Rakesh Naidoo elected to New Zealand Football Committee

Supplied Content Auckland, May 27, 2017 Police Inspector Rakesh Naidoo, currently on deputation to the Human Rights Commission as Strategic Advisor, Race Relations, was elected to the New Zealand Football National Executive Committee as Member. The election took place at the Annual Congress of the Organisation held in Auckland on May 25, 2017. Other Officials Communications and Media Manager Peter…

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Monetary chiefs happy with new Foreign Exchange code

Supplied Content Wellington, May 27, 2017 The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) and Financial Markets Authority (FMA) have welcomed the release of a new code to promote good practice in the international foreign exchange market. The new Global Code of Conduct for the Foreign Exchange Market was released in London by the Bank for International Settlements on Thursday night.…

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Justice system should respond to Police efforts

Darroch Ball Wellington, May 27, 2017 Thirty-two million dollars for a police crackdown on aggravated robberies is pointless if the justice system doesn’t hold young offenders to account. Police Commissioner Mike Bush wants a focus on aggravated robberies with more police patrols and an online public campaign. The failing youth justice system is a major contributor to young offenders committing…

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World-Class lighting system for Harbour Bridge

Simon Bridges Wellington, May 27, 2017 I welcome plans for Auckland’s Harbour Bridge to be transformed at night with a state-of-the-art, sustainable, world first lighting system. The Harbour Bridge is an iconic Auckland landmark and this exciting use of technology will transform Auckland’s night-time skyline. In a world first, the energy required for the nearly 90,000 LED lights and 200…

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