It would be free for all as battle of the ballot begins

It would be free for all as battle of the ballot begins

General Election in New Zealand on Saturday, September 19 Venkat Raman Auckland, January 28, 2020 New Zealand politics is hotting up as the battle for the ballot begins with the announcement that the General Election will be held on Saturday, September 19, 2020. This is the first time that a Labour government in office has announced the election date almost…

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European Union gifts Disaster Preparedness Kits to Fiji

European Union gifts Disaster Preparedness Kits to Fiji

Supplied Content Suva, Fiji, January 28, 2020 European Union Ambassador to Fiji and the Pacific Sujiro Seam gifted more than fifty Disaster Preparedness Kits to Fiji’s Infrastructure and Transport, National Disaster Management and Meteorological Services Minister Jone Usamate in Suva yesterday (January 27, 2020). Mr Seam said that Fiji, like other Pacific Island countries, is vulnerable to life-threatening natural disasters,…

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From Museum to Sky Tower, a beacon of employee-enterprise

From Museum to Sky Tower, a beacon of employee-enterprise

Beca steps into its second century Tim Murphy Auckland, January 27, 2020 The largest New Zealand owned and headquartered professional services business, Beca, is about to enter its second century with a global reach and staff in offices from Myanmar to the Pacific Islands. Enter Auckland’s Southern Motorway at the city’s Hobson Street on-ramp and a substantial building with a famous…

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Australia Day speeches exclude most Australians

Australia Day speeches exclude most Australians

Nicholas Bromfield and Alexander Page Sydney, Australia, January 27, 2020 Last year on Australia Day, Prime Minister Scott Morrison used Facebook to describe Australia as a place “made up of so many peoples.” But he also stressed the importance of January 26 as the day Australia “did change forever” and said all Australians “must come together” on this day. He did not…

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