‘Fly Me Up to Where You Are’ will be in Aotea Square from 6 to 24 March and is one of Auckland Arts Festival’s many free visual arts events. ‘
Tony earns the title of Bayleys Real Estate’s top South Auckland Salesperson – for the fourth year running.
I went in to this interview with some preconceived notions of what a DJ was like but was pleasantly surprised after meeting Areeb, a System/ Networks Engineer in the day and a DJ by night. And he donates all his income from DJing to charity.
Davinder Singh Rahal, well known in the community as a humble, soft-spoken man has been awarded a Queen’s Service Medal for his services to the Indian community.
Osama’s daughter-in-law talks on being a Binladen
Indian Weekender with Curry Munchers and Shortland Street's multitalented star Leela Patel
A tribute to the founder of the classic series that has regaled two generations of Indians around the world
Hands-on commitment and down to earth approach has seen the rise of the burgeoning Food For Less supermarket group
Vidya Sashank plays Geeta in the new New Zealand movie Curry Munchers set to be released in theatres on Feb 21.
Indian Weekender in conversation with accomplished filmmaker and film academician Roopesh Rai Sikand.
A tribute to India's greatest vocalist who passed away last week
From Navsari to Nausori to Auckland – it's been a long, and successful, journey for the pioneers of Roop Darshan
A question that most migrants ask themselves. Profiling author Edwina Pio
Angelique Jurd talks about her enlightening journey that turned her life by 360 degrees.
A closer look at Kanu Patel, the man at the helm of the Auckland Indian Association.