Auckland Muslims hail Jacinda Arden as humane, genuine Leader

Auckland Muslims hail Jacinda Arden as humane, genuine Leader

Venkat Raman Auckland, March 23, 2019 Auckland’s Muslim community, the largest in the country, gathered at Masjid-E-Umar (the biggest Mosque in New Zealand) at a special meeting this afternoon at its precincts to pay its tribute to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for her compassion and leadership in handling the tragedy in Christchurch. More than 1000 men and women attended the…

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Minister, MPs extol the values of Islam in East Auckland

Minister, MPs extol the values of Islam in East Auckland

Venkat Raman Auckland, March 23, 2019     Willie Jackson “Islam is a religion that stands for peace and our Muslim brothers and sisters in New Zealand live and work in harmony with all communities,” Employment Minister Willie Jackson said. Speaking at the ‘Open Evening’ held yesterday (Friday, March 22, 2019) at Masjid Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq located at 5B Cortina…

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New Zealand will continue to be safe and secure says Winston Peters

New Zealand will continue to be safe and secure says Winston Peters

Supplied Content Istanbul, Turkey, March 22, 2019 Foreign Minister Winston Peters has told the world Islamic community that New Zealand will continue to be a caring and comforting nation and look after its Muslim population and that the country’s strength and solidarity are derived from New Zealanders and their unity. Greeting to the delegates in the Islamic tradition, Mr Peters…

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Waitakere Indian Association cancels Holi celebrations

Waitakere Indian Association cancels Holi celebrations

Auckland, March 22, 2019 Waitakere Indian Association (WIA) has announced cancellation of this year’s Holi Celebrations in homage to the victims of the Christchurch massacre. The 14th WIA Holi Festival was scheduled to be held from 1030 am on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at The Trusts Arena, Central Park Drive, Henderson. Fifty people were killed including men, women and children,…

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Take some trauma tips from Canterbury Health Board

Take some trauma tips from Canterbury Health Board

David Meates Christchurch, March 22, 2019 Twenty-seven of the people who were injured in Friday’s (March 15, 2019) shootings are still in Christchurch Hospital, with five remaining in critical condition in intensive care.  Two more have been discharged during the past 24 hours. They are still our priority for specialist care, which for some includes follow-up surgery and other specialist…

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