Hindu Economic Forum to harness power of businesses

Hindu Economic Forum to harness power of businesses

National Conference on November 23 in Auckland Venkat Raman Auckland, November 16, 2019 A National Conference focusing on the empowerment of young entrepreneurs, professionals and established businesspersons will be held in Auckland on Saturday, November 23, 2019 Organised by the Hindu Economic Forum New Zealand, the one-day Conference will be held at Te Manawa (Kokiri Ngatahi Auditorium) located at 11…

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Graduates say Shincheonji is Biblical and not a cult

Graduates say Shincheonji is Biblical and not a cult

Supplied Content Gyeonggi-do, South Korea November 16, 2019 100,000 Theology Students from various parts of the world gradated from the Shincheonji Church of Jesus on November 10, 2019. They completed a free six-month Bible study course to be registered as a Church member. “Due to the corruption and the secularisation of today’s religious world, a great number of people are…

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e-Mental Health Framework on the cards

e-Mental Health Framework on the cards

Sourced Content Wellington, November 16, 2019 New Zealand’s Health Ministry is developing an eMental Health Framework to guide the use of eMental health services. Mental Health and Addiction Deputy Director-General Robyn Shearer announced this initiative at the International eMental Health Experts Forum held at Northern Club in Auckland on November 13, 2019. Professor (Adjunct) Anil Thapliyal Auckland based HealthTRX organised…

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Major road closures announced in Auckland CBD

Major road closures announced in Auckland CBD

Inevitable disruption over the next four years Sourced Content Auckland, November 16, 2019 Construction in the Auckland City Centre will ramp up from the start of 2020 as the next phase of development programme gets underway. Mayor Phil Goff said that Auckland’s City Centre is experiencing an unprecedented level of development and investment. “Transformational projects such as the City Rail…

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Guns, Education, Immigration, Euthanasia make the Week

Guns, Education, Immigration, Euthanasia make the Week

Peter Wilson Wellington, November 16, 2019 The government moves cautiously on new gun laws, a politically acceptable education shake-up is announced, there’s a solution to the Indian partner problem and Parliament sends the End of Life Choice Bill to a referendum. Gun Control Laws The government began the week by cautiously proposing new Gun Control Laws. The Firearms Prohibition Orders…

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Ardern assures Indian community of fair play

Ardern assures Indian community of fair play

Venkat Raman Auckland, November 15, 2019 The Labour Party and the Government values the contributions of the Indian community, there will no discrimination under its governance and Immigration New Zealand (INZ) has been instructed to revert to the erstwhile practice of fair assessment of partnership visas. That was the message conveyed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern during her meeting with…

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