Armed Police at some ANZAC Celebrations likely

Brooke Jenner  With heightened security measures in place and increased police presence throughout the country since the March 15, 2019 Mosque attacks, the Returned Services Association (RSA) has said it would be working with the Police to ensure public safety ahead of this year’s ANZAC Day services. No specific threat Police Assistant Commissioner Mike Rusbatch said there was no specific…

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Study to assess employment experience of Indian migrants

Study to assess employment experience of Indian migrants

Online survey now open at http://psych-research.massey.ac.nz  Venkat Raman New migrants, especially those of Indian origin commonly experience the trauma of job-hunting upon their arrival in New Zealand, compounding which are racial discrimination, social segregation and other forms of ‘passive harassment.’ Indian Migrants in Catch 22 It is also not uncommon for many new migrants to undergo the ‘Rethink Syndrome’ (some…

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Royal Commission of Inquiry announced

Sourced Content Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that there will be a Royal Commission of Inquiry into security agencies following the Christchurch terrorist attacks. She said that while New Zealanders and Muslim communities were still grieving, they were also rightly asking questions about how the terror attack was able to take place. The inquiry will look at what could…

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Auckland Muslims hail Jacinda Arden as humane, genuine Leader

Venkat Raman Auckland’s Muslim community, the largest in the country, gathered at Masjid-E-Umar (the biggest Mosque in New Zealand) at a special meeting on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at its precincts to pay its tribute to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for her compassion and leadership in handling the tragedy in Christchurch. More than 1000 men and women attended the meeting,…

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