Another theory in the missing Malaysian Airlines flight saga

The Pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370 is thought to have been in control of the plane “until the end,” French investigators have reportedly said, marking the latest development in the aviation mystery. MH 370 vanished with 239 people onboard after taking off from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014. A team of investigators given access to Boeing flight data…

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Law to alert KiwiSaver investors on the wrong tax rate

Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will gain greater powers to alert savings providers if a KiwiSaver investor is on the wrong tax rate, under new legislation introduced to Parliament. Revenue Minister Stuart Nash said that the administration of the tax system has markedly improved as a result of the new information technology project known as Business Transformation (BT). “Stage three of…

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Achievers across communities honoured at our Awards

Achievers across communities honoured at our Awards

Venkat Raman New Zealand is increasingly becoming multicultural and with the rise in the population of migrants from various countries of the world, there is a need to be inclusive, leaders of the country have said. Ethnic Communities Minister Jenny Salesa, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff, National Party Members of Parliament Mark Mitchell and Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi and Indian High Commission…

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Twyford, main victim of PM’s ministerial ‘reset’

Sam Sachdeva Jacinda Ardern’s first ministerial reshuffle has seen Phil Twyford pay the price for his KiwiBuild failures, while Kris Faafoi was perhaps the biggest winner in rising to Cabinet. Can you really have a KiwiBuild “reset” without resetting the Minister behind it? It is that fundamental question, and the obvious answer, which perhaps best explains why Phil Twyford has…

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