The Treasury leak and smear campaign stink

The Treasury leak and smear campaign stink

Jo Moir Wellington, June 8, 2019 Finance Minister Grant Robertson remains under pressure over whether he acted quickly enough to correct allegations of hacking against the opposition. A furious National Party has called for the resignation of both the minister, Grant Robertson, and Treasury secretary Gabriel Makhlouf for smearing it with claims of hacking. National Party’s claim National still claims it did nothing…

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Telanganites mark their ‘Birthday’ in Auckland

Telanganites mark their ‘Birthday’ in Auckland

Venkat Raman Auckland, June 8, 2019 People of Telangana origin from the Southern State in India marked the fifth anniversary of the formation of their territorial entity with enthusiasm and unity in Auckland last weekend. National MP Dr Parmjeet Parmar, Waitakere Indian Association President Mahendra Sharma. Sunita Sharma, Vice-President Sunil Kaushal and community leaders were among the Guests of Honour…

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‘Raga Sisters’ set new benchmark for Carnatic Music

‘Raga Sisters’ set new benchmark for Carnatic Music

Meenakshi (Meena) Iyer Auckland, June 8, 2019 Music is all about transporting people, speaking a language which languages fail to express, Lata Mangeshkar, the famous playback singer has said. The RAGA Concert by popular sisters Ranjani and Gayatri was a memorable concert presented on the last day of the Sangeethothsavam by the New Zealand Carnatic Music Society (NZCMS). It was…

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