$60 million Office Complex and food processing plant opens in Auckland

$60 million Office Complex and food processing plant opens in Auckland

A new chapter in the growth of Service Foods and Balar Group Venkat Raman Auckland, December 23, 2019 When Finance Minister Grant Robertson said that self-confidence, hard work, discipline and teamwork are ingredients for commercial success, he had a shining example next to him. Hon Grant Robertson at Service Foods event in Auckland Posted by Indian Newslink on Wednesday, November…

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Pressure builds as Indians protests against Citizenship Act

Pressure builds as Indians protests against Citizenship Act

The Wire India Analysis New Delhi, December 22, 2019  As mass democratic upsurges against the contentious Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and proposed implementation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) continue to escalate across the country, the responses of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders over the last two days indicate that the BJP-led Union government has been caught on…

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Bollywood or not, this young man belongs to the world of arts

Bollywood or not, this young man belongs to the world of arts

Supplied Content (Edited) London, December 22, 2019 British actor and presenter Kiran Rai is a man with many hats. He is an international model, actor, comedian, broadcaster, agent, media coordinator and chat show host. His family lives in New Zealand, a good enough reason for Kiran Rai to visit the country often, but his global engagements and ambition to become…

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Grace Millane murder trial coverage a dark trend in journalism

Grace Millane murder trial coverage a dark trend in journalism

Daisy Richards Leicester, England, December 22, 2019 The murder of Grace Millane in 2018 seized front pages of media outlets worldwide, with article after article fixated on details of her personal history. These details implied that the sexually violent nature of Millane’s death was somehow a product of her own actions, and this treatment is itself part of a much…

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KiwiSaver members lose heavily in retirement savings

KiwiSaver members lose heavily in retirement savings

Ayesha Scott and Aaron Gilbert Auckland, December 22, 2019 In the 12 years since New Zealand introduced the retirement fund KiwiSaver, nearly three million New Zealanders have enrolled and 30 KiwiSaver providers are now collectively managing $57 billion in investments. But questions are being asked about whether KiwiSaver members pay too much. A recent report commissioned by the Financial Markets Authority shows that New Zealand funds…

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