Peace March in Auckland makes a global point

Peace March in Auckland joins makes a global point

Supplied Content (Edited) Auckland, June 8, 2019 A Peace Walk in Auckland has attracted worldwide attention,  signalling the need for peace and harmony among communities. Organised by Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) in East Auckland on May 26, 2019, the Peace Walk marked the Sixth Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and the Peace Walk.…

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Immigration New Zealand comes under attack for tardiness

Immigration New Zealand comes under attack for tardiness

Gill Bonnett Wellington, June 8, 2019 Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is under fire from students and education providers who say they are paying a heavy cost for a poor planning of its restructure and forecast visa numbers. Immigration Minister Iain Lees-Galloway said delays in visa processing were the number one thing people contacted him about. The international education industry said…

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Spiritual Master to outline Leadership qualities

Spiritual Master to outline Leadership qualities

Venkat Raman Auckland, June 7, 2019 An internationally renowned philosopher and orator is to deliver a series of lectures on leadership qualities in Auckland next fortnight. Madathumkandy (M K) Angajan, who relates modern management principles and concepts to Vedanta, will speak on ‘20 Qualities of a Leader’ from June 17 to June 19, 2019 in Auckland. Lectures in Auckland Organised…

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Taiwan’s democratic ideals need global support

Taiwan’s democratic ideals need global support

Alan Young Taipei, June 7, 2019 Once again, Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA) as an Observer was the focus of heated debate in its plenary session. Taiwan’s diplomatic allies and like-minded supporters spoke for Taiwan, arguing that the WHA should include the rights and welfare of Taiwanese people. But, it was not enough to secure Taiwan’s attendance.…

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