The loss of a brother and friend too much to bear

Wenceslaus Anthony will continue to live in hearts and minds Funeral on Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 1000 am at Loyola College, Chennai Venkat Raman Auckland, July 23, 2017 The passing away of my dearest brother, friend and family member

Wenceslaus Anthony is no more

Venkat Raman Auckland, July 23, 2017 (651 pm NZT) It is with deep regret that we report the passing away of one of the dearest members of the business and social communities in Chennai about 30 minutes ago. His daughter

Experts outline the new GST regime in India

Jay Changlani Wellington, July 23, 2017 The modus operandi of the new Goods & Services Tax (GST) system that came into effect in India on July 1, 2017, was the subject of a meeting held in Wellington last week. Hosted

Infrastructure Fund great for Auckland

Phil Goff Deputy Mayor Bill Cashmore and I welcome the Government’s announcement today of a new infrastructure investment vehicle. Funding provided through a Crown Company, Crown Infrastructure Partners, will enable Auckland to speed up the construction of thousands of new

$600 million for housing infrastructure

Supplied Content Wellington, July 23, 2017 The Government will co-invest up to $600 million alongside local councils and private investors in network infrastructure for big new housing developments through a re-purposed ultra-fast broadband company Finance Minister Steven Joyce and Local

Wenceslaus Anthony remains critical in Hospital

Venkat Raman Auckland, July 23, 2017 (138 pm NZT) The medical condition of Wenceslaus Anthony continues to be critical and our dear friend and brother is fighting for his life at a Chennai Hospital. His wife Susan Anthony told us

Labour to create National Cancer Agency for better care

Andrew Little Wellington, July 23, 2017 Labour is promising that all New Zealanders will have access to the same level of cancer care no matter where they live in the country. As someone who has survived cancer I know how

More women in Christchurch Rebuild efforts

Nicky Wagner Wellington, July 23, 2017 The number of women working in construction in Canterbury has more than doubled since the quakes. This week’s Greater Christchurch Dashboard -Women in Construction shows that the number of women working in both residential

Some tips for victims of floods in Canterbury

Supplied Content Dr Alistair Humphrey Christchurch, July 23, 2017 If your home or property was affected by the floods over the past few days, below are some tips to help as you embark on the clean-up. Contact your insurance company

Wenceslaus Anthony in Chennai Hospital

Venkat Raman Auckland, July 22, 2017 Indian Newslink Community Fund Chairman, prominent businessman and Papal Award Winner Wenceslaus Anthony is undergoing treatment at a Chennai Hospital after being admitted there about 24 hours ago. Since that time, a handful of

Labour promises donation-free education for all New Zealanders

Andrew Little Wellington, July 21, 2017 Labour will end the so-called voluntary school donations for a majority of parents across the country under its $4 billion plan to revitalise the education sector. Labour has always been committed to a world-class

Election Circus gets as farcical as the Mad Hatter

Peter Dunne Wellington, July 20, 2017 Watching contemporary political developments over recent days gave me an irresistible urge to read once more Lewis Carroll’s whimsical description of the ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.’ The account is as delightful as ever –