• Tracey Clelland, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
    News

    Allow kids to talk about sexuality – expert

    You don’t have to be an expert in sexuality education to help your child make sense of relationships and sex, says University of Canterbury’s (UC) Health Sciences lecturer Tracy Clelland. Tracy spoke…

  • News

    NZ Indian body condemns Sri Lanka attacks

    The Waitakere Indian Association has condemned the terrorist attack on the Christian brothers and sisters, celebrating the Easter services across Sri Lanka. As the authorities continue to deal with what is…

  • Vegan diet
    Health

    UK public health urged to support vegan food

    The vouchers available to buy milk and animal-based vitamin D supplements should be extended to vegan food, says Vegan Society of UK. Currently, under the Healthy Start scheme of NHS UK,…

  • News

    KiwiBuild CEO resigns after weeks of absence

    KiwiBuild chief, Stephen Barclay, has left the organisation after just five months in the job. According to reports, he was on leave since November 2018, while the government denied rumours about…

  • Jaipur Literature Festival
    News

    Seven things to do at Jaipur LitFest

    If you thought that the popular Jaipur Literature Festival is about interactive forums of writers and journalists engrossed in endless discussions on the world’s socio-economic and cultural issues, think again. While…

  • News

    Modi’s 10% quota masterstroke

    In what could be described as an ‘elections masterstroke’, the Modi government has agreed to provide a 10% reservation in education and jobs for the economically weaker sections (EWS) among “general”…

  • News

    India business – a missed opportunity for NZ

    No other Indian prime minister has worked so extensively in building international relations than Modi – and one of his primary agendas has been attracting trade and investments. While one could…

  • Unilever Vegetarian Butcher
    Business Health

    Unilever buys The Vegetarian Butcher

    Unilever is acquiring The Vegetarian Butcher, so as to expand its portfolio into plant-based foods that are healthier and have a lower environmental impact, according to a statement from the FMCG…

  • News

    2019: Top Things to do in Auckland

    No matter the season, the lineup of events in Auckland in 2019 will have something for everyone. As well as events, the number of hotels and other construction projects that will…

  • News

    Indian chef loses weight for a Navy career

    While the New Year brings up many health-related resolutions, for a Hamilton (NZ) chef fond of unhealthy food, the fitness regime started a few months earlier, with his selection in the…

  • News

    Jaipur LitFest to provide voice to prominent women

    As India’s popular literary event matures into its 12th year, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival is aiming to provide a platform for the issues of successful women in conversation. Beginning 24…

  • News

    Top honours for Indian-origin professor in NZ

    University of Canterbury Associate Professor Ekant Veer, from the College of Business & Law’s Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship department, has been awarded New Zealand tertiary teaching excellence honours in a ceremony at Parliament. Associate…

  • News

    Aucklander dies in Afghanistan

    Dr Hashem Slaimankhel, a well-respected community leader from Auckland, lost his life in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan, which killed at least 95 people. Dr Slaimankhel, who was a co-founder…

  • Books

    Zee Jaipur Literature Festival opens

    One of the key events in India’s literary calendar, the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival 2018  (#ZEEJLF) will open tomorrow and continue its legacy as a diverse and equitable platform for literary…

  • Business

    NZ traders welcome India’s new GST regime

    India is a tremendous area of potential growth for New Zealand trade, believes Glenn Coldham, Head of Customs in NZ for DHL Global Forwarding. “We are very encouraged by moves to…