Wally Haumaha appointed Deputy Police Commissioner

Supplied Content Wellington, May 29, 2018 Long-serving Police Assistant Commissioner Wally Haumaha has been appointed to a new role as Deputy Commissioner. “The Deputy Commissioner of Police is a statutory appointment, made by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Prime Minister,” Police Minister Stuart Nash said. Wallace (Wally) Patrick Haumaha, QSM and ONZM, has been appointed for five years…

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Prime Minister Ardern promises to end discrimination

“We need long term solutions and dialogue with the people” Venkat Raman Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has pledged to end discrimination and ensure that all New Zealanders are given equal chance to progress in their life and career and increase representation of people from ethnic minorities on government boards and agencies. She also promised that her government will promote the…

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Concerted efforts can rejuvenate Fiji Girmit Centre in Lautoka

Thakur Ranjit Singh Fiji Girmit Centre (FGC) in Lautoka, Fiji was established in 1979, to mark the Girmit Centenary of the arrival of Indentured Labourers. It was opened by former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on September 21, 1981. Today, FGC has degenerated into a sick and poor organisation of healthy and rich members. Sanatan, Muslim League, Arya Samaj, Sikh…

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People discuss solutions to crime and prejudice

Supplied Content Over 150 Ethnic Community Leaders and Government Ministers collaborated at the Inaugural Safer Ethnic Communities Ministerial Forum held in Auckland on Saturday, May 26, 2018. The Forum was opened by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and connected ethnic communities to several Ministers and their agencies to work on long-term plans to improve safety in our communities. The Programme covered…

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Government mulls changes to ‘troubling’ Holidays Act

Shane Cowlishaw Changes to the Holidays Act are being considered by the Government to address large-scale payroll compliance issues. Companies across both the public and private sector are facing the spectre of huge back pay bills because of complications in calculating holiday pay, mostly in industries where part-time and casual work is common. Hefty bills at Corrections, Police Most recently,…

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Tax Experts Limited

Need an Expert in Accounting and Tax Return? We are Chartered Accountants and Tax Accountants located in the heart of Papatoetoe, just opposite Hunters Plaza in Manukau, Auckland We offer a personalised taxation service – you can expect quality work completed in a timely manner and to professional standards. We always aim to add value to your Investment and Business.…

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Greenlane Chartered Accountants Limited

Greenlane Chartered Accountants Ltd was set up in March 2015. We were formerly known as Nair & Chen Chartered Accountants and Nair and Associates Chartered Accountants. We are a medium sized firm with a team of efficient and friendly staff. Our motto is to endeavour to assist our clients in the growth and success of their business. Motivated Professionals Our…

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Menon & Associates (2011) Limited

“Solutions, not excuses,” is the policy of Biju Surendran, Director of Menon and Associates (2011) Limited, located at Mt Eden in Auckland. We have known Mr Surendran for a longer period when he was involved with other commercial activities where reliability and the ‘honour of the word’ were paramount. He has brought the same qualities to his accounting practice, which…

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