New Zealand reacts to Khashoggi murder in Turkey

Supplied Content Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters and Minister Trade and Export Growth David Parker have said that the New Zealand government continues to condemn in the strongest possible terms the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives. Arrests and dismissals The death of the prominent journalist in the Turkish Consulate General in Istanbul has now been officially confirmed by…

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‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ launched in New Zealand

Book examines how rich and poor nations differ in their approach Venkat Raman A book that challenges political and economic leaders and planners to rethink their approach to social and economic progress was launched in Auckland on Monday, October 8, 2018. ‘The Poverty of Economic Thinking’ was released by its author and former UNIDO Advisor Dr Jebamalai Vinanchiarachi at the…

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Leaders underscore direct airlink between New Zealand and India

INZBC Summit provides avenues for Aviation, Tourism and Technology Venkat Raman At least three leaders representing the two major political parties stressed the importance of direct airlink between New Zealand and India, not meaning though, non-stop, long haul flights that exist between Auckland and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and Doha in Qatar. Justice Minister Andrew Little, Ethnic Communities…

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