Smart crusader with smart deals for smart phones

Mobile phone users in New Zealand can expect increased benefits at decreasing costs, as the third largest mobile company unfolds innovative plans to enable people to talk more and pay less, simultaneously using their devices for multiple tasks. Stewart Sherriff, who was appointed as the permanent Chief Executive of 2degrees Mobile Limited, one of the fastest growing companies in the…

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Taiwan Trade Mission due here

A trade mission from Taiwan will be in Auckland and Wellington next week opening up new opportunities for commercial engagement. The 21-member delegation will showcase the latest products and technology that Taiwan can offer at an exhibition in the two cities. The venues will also promote one-to-one meetings with New Zealand businesses including importers and traders. Organised jointly by the…

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Police stop roadside window washers

Counties Manukau Police are keen to put an end to roadside car window washers, following increasing complaints of ‘harassment’ from drivers. Those driving through the streets of South Auckland would have seen many such washers at road junctions and near traffic signals. According to the complainants, the cleaners begin to wash the windscreens without seeking permission, expecting payment for their…

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Home detention for immigration fraud

A former company director responsible for an immigration scam of $100,000 was sentenced to home detention and community work at Auckland District Court on October 18 2013. Tengyu (Nick) Yuan (36) of Noahark Consultant Limited, appeared on six counts of providing immigration advice without being licensed or exempt. The Court heard that vulnerable migrants had approached Noahark for immigration advice…

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Unlicensed adviser awaits verdict

A South Auckland man who reportedly provided immigration advice without obtaining a valid licence from the Immigration Advisers Authority (IAA) is awaiting his fate. Hakaoro Hakaoro, a 54-year-old man from the South Auckland suburb of Mangere pleaded guilty to the charges brought against him by IAA at the Court on October 9. He admitted six counts of providing immigration advice…

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