Visas eased for business visitors from India

The New Zealand Government has eased visa formalities for businesspersons from India to attend major events including conferences, seminars and exhibitions. The new facility could see... Full story

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Ethnic role for advocacy expert

Labour’s dismal performance at the general election held on September 20, 2014 kept a budding...

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15 years of growth and service

Indian Newslink completes fifteen years of publication on November 15, to commemorate which this issue...

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Intense love does not measure but gives

Those who came into contact with Blessed Mother Teresa will confirm how touched and delighted...

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Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards Presentation Ceremony 2014

More than 900 people attended the Seventh Annual BNZ-Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards held on Monday, November 24, 2014 at Sky City Convention Centre. Among... Full story

INL 15th Anniversary

Fifteen years of patronage truly gratifies

We have never indulged in self-adulation since Indian Newslink commenced publication on November 15, 1999.   We have never proclaimed ourselves as the Number One Indian Newspaper... Full story

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Climate change challenges the wealth of nations

Scientists inform us that modern industrial development has caused carbon dioxide concentrations around the world to exceed the carrying capacity of natural ecosystems. This has however... Full story

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Grand Welcome awaits guests at Sky City

High-ranking officials of the Government, political and business leaders and professionals will get together at the Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards (IBA) Presentation Ceremony at... Full story

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Taiwan’s fitting response to Ebola

As the 2014 Ebola outbreak continues to ravage parts of West Africa, Taiwan is stepping up preparatory measures to protect its citizens while partnering with... Full story

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Racial abuse condemned

The Human Rights Commission is concerned about the wellbeing of vulnerable Muslim Kiwis some of who are being wrongly targeted and blamed for things that... Full story

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Special Workshops promote skills development

New Zealand is fast gaining popularity with the Indian Subcontinent students opting to pursue their further studies abroad. The trend is a combination of the world... Full story

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Teenager’s tonsure for charity

Ethnic communities can take pride in the fact that an increasing number of our young men and women participate in projects and programmes that raise... Full story

INL 15th Anniversary

The fire within keeps burning

The first issue of Indian Newslink rolled out in November 1999.   A new English publication in tabloid format was established. It had one full-time employee- Ravin Lal. Not... Full story

INL 15th Anniversary

Modesty should not be outraged

Indian Newslink does not profess to be a placid publication, purveying what is perceived to be ‘good news’ but a newspaper that takes a definitive... Full story

INL 15th Anniversary

None the wiser but certainly better informed

The well-known American playwright Arthur Miller once wrote, “A good newspaper is a nation talking to itself.”  This thought may not have been in the minds... Full story

INL 15th Anniversary

Hard times ahead for hard-copy newspapers

Congratulations to Indian Newslink on your fifteenth year of publishing news for the Indian community and the contribution you have made to informing, entertaining and... Full story

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