Delivering high quality and accessible health services is a priority for the National-led government.
New Zealand Police are encouraging everyone to be safe during the upcoming Diwali festival. We are seeking to prevent crime, improve public safety, decrease road trauma and actively hold offenders accountable for their actions.
The recent announcement that more than 3000 New Zealand resident doctors plan to go on a 48-hour strike on October 18, is a cause of concern for everyone.
India, which accounts for about 4.5 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, has recently ratified the Paris climate change agreement.
The migrants especially who come from India/Fiji always have questions with regards to immigration as it is a very complex process. But if you are guided by the right advisor, there is nothing worry.
While the future of 150 Indian students facing imminent deportation threat, hang in balance, and students make a last-ditch effort today to make their voice heard to those who matter in the government, there is a need to look
Prime Minister John Key's presence in the United Nation's Summit for Refugees and Migrants demonstrated New Zealand's commitment towards refugees and migrants around the world
Two things have happened in the last few days in New Zealand politics around the high-profile Indian student deportation issue that has slightly gone unnoticed by many political pundits.
International education is our fifth largest export earner, providing more than $3.5 billion in income to New Zealand in the last year and supporting more than 30,000 jobs across the country.
There is nothing more audacious than appearing to be instigating a demand for an "Indian-New Zealander" to head New Zealand's diplomatic mission in India.

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