Call to treat Poverty as a Human Rights issue

Call to treat Poverty as a Human Rights issue

Supplied Content Wellington, January 25, 2019 Paul Hunt has called on the Government to ensure that Human Rights are made relevant in the everyday lives of all New Zealanders. Speaking at his Pōwhiri yesterday (Thursday, January 24, 2019) in Wellington, the newly appointed Chief Human Rights Commissioner said that Human Rights place the well-being, dignity and equality of individuals and…

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Health Boards prepare for another strike next week

Health Boards prepare for another strike next week

Karen Brown Wellington, January 25, 2019 District health boards (DHBs) are now preparing for a second two-day strike at public hospitals nationwide next week. It follows the failure of mediation in Auckland yesterday to solve a deep impasse between them and the Resident Doctors Association (RDA) over rosters. Junior doctors walked off the job for 48 hours last week and will do so again…

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Fiji school Reunion planned in Auckland

Fiji school Reunion planned in Auckland

Auckland, January 24, 2019 The Second Reunion of former All Saints Secondary School students will be held at D ‘Grand Haveli Restaurant, 736 Great South Road, Manukau on February 23. The event will provide another opportunity for former students of the well-known Anglican Church-run school in Labasa to catch up and reminisce old times. Organising committee Chairman Daniel Pillay said…

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Hard Talk with Phil Twyford

Hard Talk with Phil Twyford

Venkat Raman Auckland, January 24, 2019 Housing, Urban Development and Transport Minister Phil Twyford was at the Indian Newslink offices on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 to participate in the ‘Hard Talk’ series of the publication. Kiwibuild initial hiccups Mr Twyford, who is the elected Member of Parliament (Labour Party) from the Te Atatu Peninsula Constituency in West Auckland accepted that…

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