Auckland company in money-laundering controversy

Suzanne Snively Investigative journalists have found suspicious foreign trusts in New Zealand. New Zealand remains vulnerable to the flow of illicit offshore assets. An Auckland company is caught up in an international money laundering controversy after it was identified helping to manage a network of New Zealand-registered companies and trusts for its secret clients. Murder of Journalist A team of…

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Largest civil construction programme to keep Auckland moving

RNZ Auckland Nearly $30 billion will be spent on Auckland transport in the next 10 years, partly funded by a fuel tax, private finance and tolls. The Government and Auckland Council announced the new Auckland Transport Alignment Project (ATAP) at Newmarket train station today. Billed as New Zealand’s largest ever civil construction programme, $28 billion will be poured into light…

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Heads up on Mental Health issues in Auckland

Friday, May 18 at The Wave Room, Wellesley Street, AUT Venkat Raman The importance of addressing mental health problems and challenges, early intervention and the cultural influence in delivery and acceptance will be among the issues that will be discussed at a special meeting in Auckland later this month. Distinguished Speakers Professor Kamaldeep (popularly known as Dr Kam) Bhui will…

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