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Shamubeel Eaqub is a migrant to New Zealand. He loves this country and wants to stay here but that resolve is tested by Government failure to deal with growing problems in housing and transport in Auckland.
To say that the climate negotiations have become more and more 'complex' is underwhelming.
Mandira could not believe her ears. Is this the same child who keeps crying about how rude her teacher is and how rude her buddy is?
The brutality of gender inequality in India is not a new a story being brought to light. The Indian society has been a victim of gender inequalities for centuries
Unlike my earlier columns, today I am going to introduce you to one of those voices that seek to facilitate a union of the ethnic Indian community with the mainstream.
No smart cities, no bullet trains, no spike in employment, no visible improvement in infrastructure, continuing logjam over bills in parliament, carping by in-house critics.
Ramadan is coming, in the middle of June. Before we know it, another year will have passed.
As the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government enters its second year in office, there is no dearth of bouquets and brickbats for the "NaMo" regime in the media.
Rapti moved to Auckland after she received an offer to pursue a doctorate at a leading university in the country.
I had the privilege of recently sitting in on two sessions of Fiji’s new Parliament.
Many of us will miss the TV broadcaster, John Campbell
Delivering better public health services to New Zealand families remains a priority under National
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday assured ex-servicemen that his government will soon resolve the tangles related to the "One Rank, One Pension" (OROP) issue...
New Zealanders and Fijians have traditionally got on well and our countries have cooperated closely. We draw on common traditions of English language, institutions, rugby and cricket.
Parliament has recently returned after a three week recess for Easter and then Anzac Day. April still was a rather busy month for MPs.
This is the first of my next three columns outlining changes in New Zealand’s place in the world.
Rehabilitation support can help steer offenders away from crime and keep our communities safer.
The economy rebounded; exports and imports declined, foreign-exchange reserves grew...
Why do we even have to assign roles of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender)?
In the absence of a coherent economic plan New Zealand is being taken over by commercial “warlords” like the company Ports of Auckland, at the expense of provincial ports like Northland.

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