Why is Brexit so messy and what are the issues at stake?

Why is Brexit so messy and what are the issues at stake?

Everything that you wanted to know about the Britain’s dilemma Giovanni Di Lieto Melbourne, Australia, January 18, 2019 Theresa May’s Deal (between the EU and the UK) on Brexit was shot down by a majority in the House of Commons. Parliamentary Recording Unit Handout/EPA On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a referendum to decide whether it should leave or…

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Visa decline puts young woman’s future in jeopardy

Visa decline puts young woman’s future in jeopardy

Immigration New Zealand gets it wrong again, says lawyer Venkat Raman Auckland, January 17, 2019 Barrister Raj Pardeep Singh (Picture Supplied) A young woman faces a bleak future after Immigration New Zealand (INZ) declined her application for a Work Visa in an industry which faces severe labour shortage. Harpreet Kaur has valid qualifications to work in the Horticulture and Viticulture…

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Indians second largest group of citizenship applicants

Indians second largest group of citizenship applicants

Venkat Raman Wellington, January 17, 2019 People holding Indian passports were the second-largest group of Permanent Residents to apply for New Zealand Citizenship in 2018, according to the latest figures released by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA). Indian passport holders must of course relinquish their Indian nationality after obtaining citizenship of another country since the Indian government does not…

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Uber drivers worry about Deactivation of jobs

Uber drivers worry about Deactivation of jobs

Meriana Johnsen An Uber driver fears that his income could be cut off because of false complaints from passengers but the ride-sharing company say its Deactivation Policy is fair. Uber’s headquarters in Auckland. Photo: RNZ A driver’s experience Aaron, who to protect his privacy did not want his last name published, earns half his income as an Uber driver in Wellington. However,…

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