Police sign MoU with Muslims

Police and leaders of New Zealand’s Muslim communities have signed a renewed Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen their partnership. Police Commissioner Mike Bush and Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand President Hazim Arafeh signed the Memorandum on Wellington’s Kilbirnie Mosque at a brief ceremony held at the Kilbirnie Mosque in Wellington on September 7, 2015.\ Greater goodwill It updated…

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Media man faces court charges

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has laid Crimes Act charges against Victor John Clarke (61), in the Auckland District Court. The charges against Mr Clarke consist of two false accounting charges, one charge of using a forged document and one charge of obtaining by deception. The charges relate to his conduct as a director of the company MediaWeb Limited. False…

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Rouges target Immigration website

Staff Reporter – Cyber criminals have hijacked the website of Immigration New Zealand and obtaining personal information of applicants and others who access one of the most popular online resources of the New Zealand government. Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is reported to be handling the situation and trying ways and means of getting the site removed from its origin. Fake…

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Drain on superannuation ignored

Denis O’Rourke –  The government has ignored their appointee, Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell, who voiced serious concerns on immigrants’ getting full New Zealand Superannuation. Despite the Commissioner’s view that New Zealand should be ‘lifting the bar for immigrants,’ making it more appropriate and fairer to the NZ taxpayer, the government is not backing her. When questioned in Parliament, Commerce Minister…

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