Trans-Tasman Research busts Whistleblowing myths

Trans-Tasman Research busts Whistleblowing myths

Michael Macaulay Wellington, March 15, 2019 Whistling While They Work 2 is the largest research project on whistleblowing ever undertaken. Public, private and not for profit sectors in New Zealand and Australia participated. It has helped conversations in New Zealand, around updating the Protected Disclosures Act. Furthermore, a number of Australian jurisdictions have directly cited the project in legislative changes.  Late last year, the…

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Supporting Parenthood is high on New Zealand’s agenda

Julie Anne Genter New York, March 14, 2019 New Zealand aligns itself with the statement made by Nauru on behalf of the Pacific Island Forum Member States. I am pleased to reaffirm New Zealand’s strong commitment to our international obligations. We are also committed to supporting sustainable development and gender equality, and to our role as part of the rules-based system.…

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Zoros to celebrate their New Year with light-hearted comedy

Zoros to celebrate their New Year with light-hearted comedy

Venkat Raman Auckland, March 14, 2019 The illustrious Zoroastrian community in Auckland will celebrate their New Year with fun and laughter with a Parsi Comedy called, ‘Tirangi Tehmul,’ on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the Playhouse Theatre located at 15 Glendale Road in Glen Eden, Auckland. About the Play It is often said that ‘Love is a many splendored thing,’ …

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New team takes charge of Pakistan Association

New team takes charge of Pakistan Association

Venkat Raman Auckland, March 14, 2019 Punctuality, transparency, accountability and quality events are among the promises of the new team at the Pakistan Association of New Zealand (PANZ). Naveed Hameed, an avid Indian Newslink reader and former office-bearer of PANZ, pledged allegiance to the Constitution of PANZ “and undertake programmes and activities that will promote the literary, cultural and social…

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