Fake currency notes go around Auckland

Counterfeiters seem to be getting the better of the authorities by continuing to circulate fake currency notes, challenging the security features of genuine ones. Detective Sergeant Simon Beal of the Counties Manukau Financial Investigation Unit said that counterfeit currency is in circulation in the Auckland region. Genuine polymer bank notes have security features that distinguish them from the fake variety,…

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Three-point approach tightens Indian bond

Education New Zealand (ENZ) has an important role to play in the Indian education market, which has been fragmented in recent years. The Organisation works with the education sector, Foreign Affairs and Trade Ministry and Government agencies including Immigration New Zealand (INZ), New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) and Tourism New Zealand. ENZ is committed to achieving the twin goals…

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Scholarship for Indian students launched

A local educational institution has launched a scholarship programme that would benefit an international student from India every year. Prince of Arcot Nawab Mohammed Abdulla Ali, who was in Auckland (courtesy of BNZ and Indian Newslink) as a Guest of Honour, launched the programme at the International College of Auckland (ICA) located at 131 Queen Street in the Central Business…

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Research network with Asia focus

The growing importance of Asia to the world economy in general and to the countries of the South Pacific in particular has prompted Melbourne University to establish a new network dedicated to the Continent. Called, the ‘Melbourne Asia Research Network’ (MARN), the new initiative will be linked to the existing and related facilities of the Institution, including the Asia Institute,…

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