Budget surplus, immigration and Luxon make the week

Budget surplus, immigration and Luxon make the week

Peter Wilson Wellington, October 12, 2019 Grant Robertson, Winston Peters, Eugenie Sage and Christopher Luxon (RNZ Photo) The government positions itself for an election year spend-up, Winston Peters claims the credit for a hard line immigration policy, the cabinet pushes the Greens aside and Christopher Luxon makes his move into politics. Budget Surplus The $7.5 billion surplus unveiled this week gives the…

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Heart Foundation completes another mission in Fiji

Heart Foundation completes another mission in Fiji

Annual Charity Dinner at Pullman Hotel on November 9, 2019 Kirit Patel Auckland, October 11, 2019 Auckland based Friends of Fiji Heart Foundation has just completed its 14th Mission into Fiji, saving lives of people and bringing comfort and solace to families. 2019 is a year of significant achievements with the Team comprising 70 Specialists drawn from New Zealand, United…

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Auckland needs a working Mayor to move forward

Auckland needs a working Mayor to move forward

  October 11, 2019 Namaste and Shubh Diwali! I am looking forward to attending the 18th Annual Auckland Diwali Festival this weekend. The celebrations, supported by Auckland Council, take place in Aotea Square and Queen Street on Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, 2019. More than 50,000 people are expected to enjoy the festivities, which will feature dance, culture,…

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STAAH makes key appointment in India

STAAH makes key appointment in India

Supplied Content (Edited) Auckland, October 10, 2019 A New Zealand based technology company has announced a key appointment as a part of its expansion plans in the Indian Subcontinent. Rajesh Ghanshani will lead STAAH as Director Indian Sub-Continent, promoting the Company’s strategy to provide quality hospitality technology solutions. Established by Gavin Jeddo in 2008, the Company won the ‘Business Excellence…

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