Climate Change Conference in Fiji critical for the region

Wellington, July 24, 2018 Climate Change Minister James Shaw will be reinforcing that urgency and ambition are needed regarding action on Climate Change as a Pacific Conference gets underway tomorrow (Wednesday) in Fiji. He will be attending the second Climate Action Pacific Partnership conference (CAPPII), over the next three days in Suva. The CAPP was established in July 2017, as…

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KiwiBuild buy-off puts the Sovereign at risk

Judith Collins Wellington, July 24, 2018 The Housing Minister confirmed today that he is happy to put hardworking taxpayers’ money at risk for his KiwiBuild project. Mr Twyford’s Cabinet paper states that his ‘KiwiBuild: Buying off the plans’ initiative involves the Crown taking risks if the housing market price fluctuates, regardless if it goes up or down. Unsecured Creditor From…

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Research Project to support migrant start-ups

Auckland, July 24, 2018 Venkat Raman (Indian Newslink) A research project to support new migrant businesses and connect them with other stakeholders and support organisations in New Zealand has just been launched in Auckland, with the vision of expanding its scope and purpose nationwide. ‘Cultural Connections,’ an Auckland-based Multicultural Research and Consulting firm, has initiated the Research Project called, ‘Migrant…

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Thousands remember Wenceslaus Anthony on his Anniversary

Venkat Raman (Indian Newslink) Chennai, India, July 24, 2018 Thousands of people from across the world paid their tributes to Wenceslaus Anthony, a New Zealand-based businessman, community worker and philanthropist, on the first Anniversary of his death on Monday, July 23, 2018. Mass in Auckland The tributes came as messages, emails, and Facebook postings to Indian Newslink, and members of…

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