Supreme Sikh Society donates $71,001 to Christchurch victims

Supreme Sikh Society donates $71,001 to Christchurch victims

Supplied Content Auckland, June 14, 2019 In was one of the worst times in history. On March 15, 2019, New Zealand and the world witnessed the Christchurch Mosque Massacre, which caused loss of 51 precious lives (42 at the Al Noor Mosque, 7 at the Linwood Islamic Centre, and two later at Christchurch Hospital). The psychological impact has been far-reaching…

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Auckland Mayor Phil Goff reaches million tree mark

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff reaches million tree mark

Supplied Content  Auckland, June 14, 2019  Auckland Mayor Phil Goff fulfilled his pledge this morning of planting a million trees in this term of the Auckland Council   The Mayor planted the millionth tree,  a Puriri, at a public planting event at Totara Park in Manukau, along with more than 250 volunteers, mana whenua representatives and partners including the Department of Corrections and Te Uru Rākau – Forestry NZ.  Mr Goff made the pledge to…

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We honour all communities at our forthcoming Awards

We honour all communities at our forthcoming Awards

Sixth Annual Indian Newslink Sports, Community, Arts & Culture Awards 2019 on June 24 Ravi Nyayapati The Sixth Annual Indian Newslink Sports, Community, Arts & Culture Awards Presentation Ceremony will be held from 6 pm on Monday, June 24, 2019 at the Newmarket Room, Ellerslie Convention Centre, located at 80 Ascot Avenue (near the Racecourse) in Remuera, Auckland Let the…

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Parliamentary staff dispute settlement details released

Jane Patterson Wellington, June 10, 2019 Details of hush money paid out to parliamentary staffers to secretly settle employment disputes with MPs have been revealed to RNZ. In a highly unusual move, Parliamentary Service has released a year-by-year breakdown of pay-outs which are usually accompanied by gagging clauses, revealing 15 staff were paid more than $180,000 since 2012. This practice…

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Flu Vaccine stock runs low as demand peaks

Farah Hancock Auckland, June 10, 2019 Are free flu shots targeted to the right people? School children, sometimes described as walking ‘petri dishes,’ might be a double-whammy win for influenza reduction.  As Australia suffers a terrible season of influenza which has already killed more than 100 people, news broke New Zealand has a vaccine shortage. Last year, 1.3 million doses of the influenza vaccine…

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