Open Day for Year 13 Students at AUT

The AUT University will conduct a Course Information Session for Year 13 students at its Manukau Campus (640 Great South Road) on October 5. Students keen on pursuing university education next year can obtain information from lecturers on a number of courses including Business, Computer & Information Sciences, Early Childcare Education (Pasifika), Health (Health Promotion, Midwifery, Standard Pathway), Sport &…

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The writing is on the wall for a Constitution

As discussions on the need to change the dynamics of the Constitutional framework get underway in India and New Zealand, political pundits would find a comparative analysis of the two systems interesting and informative. While the ‘Anti-Corruption Movement’ in India led by Anna Hazare has demanded the inclusion of the Prime Minister within the ambit of the ‘Jan Lok Pal’…

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World vision lets poor children see light

India’s caste system may have been abolished long ago but its legacy endures in rural villages, with many Indians still considering themselves ‘untouchables’. People born into an impoverished life are destined to stay poor until death. “Regardless of social status, these people are human and therefore entitled to basic human rights, such as good health, access to food and education”…

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