Muslims are being let down left and right

Farah Hancock Auckland, April 19, 2018 Islamophobia: the conversation killer The left’s reluctance to confront problematic parts of Islamic ideology has allowed the far-right to hijack the narrative about Muslims, according to ex-Muslim and author Ali Rizvi. Speaking out about women’s rights, the rights of homosexuals or the right of religious freedom should be encouraged and not shut down by…

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Designer clothes for daily use from Maggie Tabberer

Supplied Content Auckland, April 18, 2018 Finally, a stylish collection for ‘40 Plus’ women of all sizes, who often feel they are ‘The Invisible Woman, ignored by sales staff because they are perceived as too old, too big or simply not the right image for some brands.’ Maggie Tabberer is an Icon, famous for her international modelling career, her Logie…

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International expert to deliberate on mental health issues

Friday, May 18 at The Wave Room, Wellesley Street, AUT Venkat Raman Auckland, April 18, 2018 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 this Friday. Distinguished Speakers Professor Kamaldeep (popularly known as Dr…

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IMF Report puts a smile on New Zealand government

Grant Robertson Wellington, April 18, 2018 I welcome the Concluding Statement of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), released following its annual visit, which provides an independent assessment of the strength of the New Zealand economy. The IMF said that we have a favourable outlook with annual economic activity expected to remain strong at around 3% growth, and that financial vulnerabilities…

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