Onsite datalab facilitates speedy response to daunting questions

Chris Whelan How do students support themselves financially during study? How does employment during study affect academic performance? Is studying and completing a University degree a worthwhile investment? How long does it take for graduates to get into degree-relevant employment? Are there any patterns in the transition into the workforce? What are the differences in University participation rates between students…

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Auckland Santa Parade to lose public events funding

Vanita Prasad (Newsroom) Auckland’s Santa Parade faces an uncertain future as the City’s event Agency withdraws funding past this year because of a new policy. While next week’s 85th instalment of the Annual Parade will go ahead as planned, it is set to make a $100,000 operating loss without the help of eleventh hour financial aid. Despite the support of several commercial sponsors and…

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May the Awards inspire a million businesses to blossom

Editorial The Eleventh Annual Indian Newslink Indian Business Awards Presentation Ceremony held on Monday, November 26, 2018 at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland was in many ways a trend-setter. The event, which had the good fortune of the presence of political, corporate, business and community leaders, brought to the fore one indisputable factor – that the Indian business…

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Former Ministries in the dark about Maxwell

Thomas Coughlan Wellington, December 3, 2018 Former Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith says that he was not aware of bullying allegations made against outgoing Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell. However, he did know about the high staff turnover in her office. Goldsmith reappointed Maxwell for a second term as Commissioner in 2016. ‘All News’ When asked about the Newsroom…

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Auckland’s Queen Street for pedestrians only

Supplied Content The Auckland Council voted unanimously on November 27, 2018 to move towards pedestrianising Queen Street and trialling an open streets initiative in the City Centre and suburbs. Mayor Phil Goff said that further pedestrianisation of Queen Street would change Auckland’s main street from a traffic route to a place people can enjoy, and open streets trials would close…

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Auckland Santa Parade to lose public events funding

Vanita Prasad (Newsroom) Auckland’s Santa Parade faces an uncertain future as the City’s event Agency withdraws funding past this year because of a new policy. While next week’s 85th instalment of the Annual Parade will go ahead as planned, it is set to make a $100,000 operating loss without the help of eleventh hour financial aid. Despite the support of several commercial sponsors and…

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