New Zealand education creates career for young Indian

New Zealand education creates career for young Indian

Sourced Content Wellington, August 28, 2019 Gaining an overseas education has earned Denil Philip a management career in one of the most exciting industries of the future – Biomedical Engineering. Biomedical engineers combine engineering, medicine and biology to improve the quality of our lives by solving healthcare problems. Denil, from Adoor in Kerala, held a Bachelor in Electronic and Biomedical…

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Long-term solutions to bring down serous crime

Long-term solutions to bring down serous crime

Nanise Neimila Suva, Fiji, August 28, 2019 Contrary to popular belief, crime rate has declined, according to a report released recently by the Fiji Police Force. Speaking in the Fijian Parliament last fortnight, Defence, National Security and Foreign Affairs Minister Inia Seruiratu said that there has not been an upsurge of crime. “In fact, crime statistics for the six months…

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Rise in suicide numbers among Pasifika worries

Rise in suicide numbers among Pasifika worries

Supplied Content Auckland, September 28, 2019 Chief Coroner’s release of provisional suicide statistics showing that 685 people died by suspected suicide last year showed a disproportionate increase in Māori and Pasifika deaths. Le Va, a Pacific organisation whose work focuses on wellbeing and are leading work to prevent suicide, send their Alofa (love) to those grieving and are strongly advocating…

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Fairer system to determine pay hikes for MPs

Fairer system to determine pay hikes for MPs

Supplied Content Wellington, August 27, 2019 The government is ensuring that excessive MPs’ pay increases are stopped and a fairer system is used in future, Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway has said. “Last year, Parliament froze MPs’ salaries and allowances after finding that the proposed pay increase was unacceptably high. We have now completed a review of the…

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