When Naz Shazmaani had her car and all of her commercial cleaning equipment stolen recently, colleagues rallied round to ensure she didn’t miss a single contract.
I remember around eight years ago, holidaying in Goa with a few friends. Every morning, we would head to the nearest cyber café, which invariably used to be packed with tourists from around the world.
Coping with the heat, the new sights and smells and tastes and discovering the warmth of their new friendships is adding to the excitement for the 2015 Prime Minister’s Scholarship students from the New Zealand Institute of Fashion Technology...
Sehar Moughal came from Pakistan to New Zealand more than a decade ago. A recent graduate with an MSc in Psychology from the University of Auckland, her short-film
The sellers, on the other hand, still want top dollars (sometimes even more) for their homes, whereas the buyers are being a bit more cautious of what they pay.
Mumbai-based fitness trainer Deepali Jain, considered as being among the first to introduce the concept of aqua aerobics in India...
Te Kauwhata has been kept a secret for many years, but this sleepy rural Waikato town is now coming to life with a surge of growth as Aucklanders are discovering just how close it is...
Business delegation from Gtechgroup of technology companies from Kerala, comprising 14 IT companies, are on a visit to New Zealand to seek new avenues for investment, business expansion and building client base.
Every week there are various new announcements in the tech world. Some of these are truly exciting while some are just hyped.
Controversies aside, the Auckland Diwali Festival turned out to be a complete success yet again. Minister for Ethnic Communities Peseta
Goddess Durga believed to have fought with evil during Navaratri and Seeta’s contribution towards Rama’s victory over Ravana, glorifies the contribution of women associated with these stories.
Indian Weekender caught up with Tiffany Singh and spoke to her about her works in display at Auckland's Fo Guang Shan Temple and Malcolm Smith Gallery from September 27 to November 19.
On the 146th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, one of India's most influential leader, we revisit his ideology on clean India
This year, the big reveal was Android Marshmallow—the new version of Android OS with various new features, a more polished Android Wear, Android Pay and few other new apps.
This 26-year-old beauty is one of the 20 finalists for the Miss Universe New Zealand pageant this year. Indian Weekender talks to Ronita Lal about her journey and preparations for the contest.
Recalling his journey Balwant Singh shares that it took him atleast three months to get a proper job which was that of a Bus Operator. He joined as a Bus Operator and drove around for an year and a half before getting promoted.
This talented singer has carved a niche for herself in the Kiwi-Indian music landscape. After humble beginnings, she aspires for greater heights with strong determination and constant efforts
One of the most elaborate and grandest of Indian festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi is here and so are the modakas and laddus—trademark delicacies of our elephant God.
Throughout the year, the tech industry has been abuzz with rumours of what Apple is going to unveil. Many of those rumours did come true. The world got iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus as expected.
New tax rules—is the government asking investors to go south? How is the new cash rate going to effect the house prices?

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