Teenager aims high at World Cup Youth Soccer

Source: FIFA.com –  Eighteen-year-old Sarpreet Singh from Auckland is in South Korea to participate in the FIFA World Cup Under 20 matches. The following is a report that appeared in FIFA.com New Zealand Youth International Sarpreet Singh was an impressionable

Another fortnightly event begins next fortnight

Apurv Shukla –  The second most prestigious event in cricket after the World Cup- the Champions Trophy starts in England on June 1, 2017. The eighth edition of the event will see the top eight one-day playing nations, divided into

India wins Bronze in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

Supplied Content India defeated the New Zealand team in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 4-0 in the Bronze Medal match of the Azlan Shah Cup. The Vantage Black Sticks Men finished fourth. With a point to prove after missing out

Unionists call for immigration reform and amnesty

Venkat Raman –  A fast-growing union movement is lobbying workers and employers to force the government to reverse its recently announced immigration policy with a higher income threshold for certain categories. ‘Unite Union,’ which largely represents workers from the food

Andrew Little keeps two-year-old promise

Priyanca Radhakrishnan gets high ranking  Venkat Raman –  The fact that Priyanca Radhakrishnan has secured a high, winnable place on the Labour’s List of candidates announced on May 2, 2017 and published almost immediately in our Web Edition and Social

Indifference to offenders breeds violence

Venkat Raman –  Throwing people into prison for offences would alone not bring down crime and there is a need to engage in conversation with the offenders and help them. That is the view of Dr Kim Workman, a Social

Do not blame the Police for rising Crime- Winston Peters

The following is a speech delivered by New Zealand First Party Leader Winston Peters at a meeting held at the Indian Association of New Zealand Hall, Papatoetoe, Auckland on Sunday, May 7, 2017 His address was mainly to owners, managers

The missing link in the long chain of robberies

Bawa Arora –  Law and Order has become a subject of discussion in the media and among the public. I have been a resident of New Zealand for more than ten years now. My research tells me that the ethos

Foundation for Photography under focus

Venkat Raman –  While smartphones have made people instant photographers, it is heartening to see an increasing number of residents in the Waikato region taking up to traditional photography, which has encouraged an internationally acclaimed photographer to establish a Foundation

Free Post-School education promises good times

Labour’s Policy includes training and upskilling  Chris Hipkins –  New Zealand cannot afford to ignore the impact that the spiralling cost of education. The workforce in the future will need to train, retrain, and possibly retrain again. Anyone who cannot

Promising prospects with Labour’s Team 2017

Jacinda Ardern –  I came into the New Zealand Parliament in 2008 as a List Member of the Labour Party. That title might sound odd – but it is a reflection of a unique way in which we elect people

Result-oriented initiatives ensure efficiency

Bill English –  Delivering better public services that improve New Zealanders’ lives is one of the National-led government’s top priorities. The ‘Better Public Services’ targets that we introduced in 2012 have delivered tangible and long-lasting results such as reduced welfare