Indian Newslink recognises Sports and Community Achievers

Indian Newslink recognises Sports and Community Achievers

Fifty-Four Members of the Community honoured yesterday in Auckland Venkat Raman Auckland, October 8, 2018 Fifty-four achievers in various fields of sports and community services were recognised at the Fifth Annual Indian Newslink Sports & Community Awards at a Gala dinner held in Auckland last night- Monday, October 8, 2018. More than 500 people representing a cross-section of the Indian…

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‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ launched in New Zealand

‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ launched in New Zealand

Book examines how rich and poor nations differ in their approach Venkat Raman Auckland, October 9, 2018 A book that challenges political and economic leaders and planners to rethink their approach to social and economic progress was launched in Auckland on Monday, October 8, 2018. ‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ was released by its author and former UNIDO Advisor Dr…

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Robertson says Government books show surplus, falling net debt

Robertson says Government books show surplus, falling net debt

Wellington, October 9, 2018 Grant Robertson A strong surplus and falling net debt reflect a growing economy and show the Coalition Government is managing the books responsibly, Finance Minister Grant Robertson has said. The Crown financial statements for the year to June 30, 2018 are the first official check in on the Government’s commitment to run surpluses, pay down net…

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Dreadful pathology of harassment comes to public view

Dreadful pathology of harassment comes to public view

The Wire Staff New Delhi, October 9, 2018 The tsunami of revelations by women media professionals about being harassed by their bosses and colleagues has brought out into the open a dreadful pathology that was only whispered about so far. At one time, the predators got away with their behaviour. No longer. Inspired by the growing momentum worldwide – triggered by the…

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Ardern says pre-tax fuel prices in New Zealand highest in OECD

Ardern says pre-tax fuel prices in New Zealand highest in OECD

RNZ, Wellington, October 3, 2018 Jacinda Ardern Photo: Picture for RNZ by Rebekah Parsons-King Tax increases make up only a small part of New Zealand petrol price rises, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said. She said that said pre-tax fuel prices in New Zealand are the highest in the OECD while taxes are about average. The government is fast-tracking the passing of…

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