With a heart of gold, Shanti Niwas marks a Silver on its journey

With a heart of gold, Shanti Niwas marks a Silver on its journey

‘The Sold Out’ event is at Sudima Airport Auckland on September 13, 2019 Venkat Raman August 24, 2019 As Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust celebrates its Silver Jubilee, Indian Newslink takes pride in paying tributes to this Organisation, its Founder, Chief Executive, Staff, Volunteers and Supporters on achieving a significant milestone. More than 200 men and women are expected to attend…

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Gujarati women plan ‘Ratri before Navratri’ in Auckland

Gujarati women plan ‘Ratri before Navratri’ in Auckland

Venkat Raman Auckland, August 24, 2019 Fun combined with tradition will be hallmark of the a Garba Programme set as a prelude to the Annual Festival, at the ‘Let’s go Garba’ early next month. Gujarati Sahitya Mandal New Zealand is organising the event commencing at 7 pm on Friday, September 6, 2019 pm at Barfoot & Thompson Stadium, 203 Kohimarama…

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Prayas launches Actors Workshop for children

Prayas launches Actors Workshop for children

Staff Reporter Auckland, August 24, 2019 One of the largest Community Theatre groups of New Zealand is launching a series of Actors Workshops for children next month. Organised and promoted by ‘Prayas,’ a professional, not-for-profit theatre group which has produced and presented several successful plays for well over 14 years, the Workshops will be facilitated by Padma Akula, an Award-winning…

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Hamilton-Auckland Rail Service funding approved

Hamilton-Auckland Rail Service funding approved

Supplied Content Auckland, August 24, 2019 The New Zealand Transport Agency has approved funding for construction of the Hamilton to Auckland start up rail Service, Transport Minister Phil Twyford has announced. The funding would enable implementation of the Service, including construction and operation at an estimated cost of $92.37 million, made up of $79.80 million from the Transport Agency and…

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Cantabrians prefer shopping in the suburbs

Cantabrians prefer shopping in the suburbs

Report calls for efforts to improve City Centre Katie Todd Christchurch, August 24, 2019 People’s perceptions of Christchurch’s City Centre urgently need to change, retail consultants say, after a Report found shoppers were staying suburban. The Council commissioned Premiere Retail Marketing to produce the Report, which identified that people began staying closer to home or heading to suburban malls after…

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