As you reach out for your morning cuppa, the essential accompaniment to savour the real flavour of a blissful start is your favourite newspaper. As the publication completes seven years, we take a look at how the news magazine reaches you every week.
As International Yoga day draws near, it is time to brush up our basics on yoga. Yoga is defined as a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures...
Auckland specialist immigration lawyer Alastair McClymont is concerned that immigration statistics are being distorted by politicians and fed to the media to fit political agendas and do not reflect the true situation.
Ramadan, the holy month for the Muslim community, commences on Tuesday, June 7, on the sighting of the moon. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar that comes after Shabaan.
This week, we shall explore in more detail in the second part of understanding exposure and the concept of depth of field.
When Sundar Pichai took the stage on May 18 during the Google I/O event at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California, the excitement in the crowd was palpable.
Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Akash Sandhu aka Akasha, has been living in Auckland for the past eight years. Although a Business Development Manager by profession, Sandhu can be seen spinning at New Zealand’s hidden...
The no-make-up make-up era is gone and now is the season of bright eyes and lips. Let’s take a look at the latest trends that you must try this season
A photographer uses exposure to control what he wants to show in the photo. It is the opposite of a painting where a painter starts with a blank canvas and fills in the colour. A photographer, on the other hand, starts with all the colours and ...
Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 8, and you still haven’t bought the perfect gift for your dear mum. Instead of heading to the nearest store to pick up a Hallmark card, swap it with these simple and touching gestures to show your love for...
Last time we spoke about some of the benefits of eating avocado. We bring you some more in this issue. Just to recap—avocados are rich in potassium, magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K1, and vitamin B-6.
We aim to make the company a world leader in gas leak detection technology in the next five years, he said, adding that the company has recently launched its first gas leak detector Ammonia LD 4000.
In today’s busy world, money has a crucial role to play in our life, from a medium of exchange to the well-being of a person. The response towards money can indicate a person’s money personality.
It is good to learn a few important guides about DSLR photography. Although photography is an art and should be a form of self-expression, these guides are a starting point to take your photography to the next level.
Your weekly horoscope this week by renowned tarot card reader and astrologer Manisha Koushik, exclusively for Indian Weekender
With a barrage of smartphone health apps being launched globally, health experts stress that such digital applications can never be a replacement for a qualified, well-trained health service provider.
In umpteen sci-fi movies, we have seen people talking to a voice (remember J.A.R.V.I.S. in Iron Man?) Just a booming voice with a slight robotic slur. It is the computer network system with Artificial Intelligence; a system that controls the spaceship...
Anuja Nadkarni, Indian Weekender’s frequent contributor, has won the ‘National Business Review Outstanding Journalism Graduate of the Year’ Award at the Auckland University of Technology.
An indigenous Gond artist, Venkat Raman Shyam Singh's work has been showcased in different parts of the world, and last month, the contemporary artist was in Auckland for a live mural art show where he painted a wall at the Old Fort restaurant...
Monday, April 25, marks the 100th year of the Anzac Day service. To honour the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and other wars New Zealand has been involved, a host of events and exhibitions planned in New Zealand.