Hundred years on, the memory of a massacre lingers

Hundred years on, the memory of a massacre lingers

The Jallianwala Bagh Exhibition closes on November 28 in Wellington Sunita Kaur Musa Wellington, November 27, 2019 Jallianwala Bagh Massacre Photo Exhibition, curated by the Partition Museum of Amritsar, India was officially launched on November 21, 2019 by Chief Government Whip Michael Wood and Indian High Commissioner Muktesh Pardeshi. Organised by Ekta New Zealand, the Exhibition is being held at…

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Wrong policies lower productivity standards

Wrong policies lower productivity standards

Wellington, November 27, 2019 New Zealand’s economy has a lot going for it. Our terms of trade are at historical highs, interest rates are low and the Government, due to National’s sensible spending and fiscal restraint, has inherited large surpluses. We should be doing well. But we aren’t, and this Government’s ignoring the problem. Under this Government, about three quarters…

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Party funding must become public knowledge

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Wellington, November 27, 2019 Transparency of political party funding is essential to provide clarity about who is influencing decision making. The lack of transparency is putting New Zealand’s reputation for strong integrity at serious risk. It erodes trust in our elected representatives, degrades our financial well- being, and impacts on our society and how it works together. Allegations published by…

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Fiji Heart Foundation dinner raises $300,000

Fiji Heart Foundation dinner raises $300,000

Kirit Patel Auckland, November 20, 2019 The Friends of Fiji Heart Foundation is celebrating a record fundraising result at this year’s annual dinner. The function at the Pullman Hotel raised $300,000 for the Foundation’s ongoing work bringing lifesaving operations for needy people in Fiji. the Trust was humbled and overwhelmed by the generosity of the people. Their generosity was undoubtedly…

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