1161 days ago

Maxron Associates Ltd

Ronald from

I have just been appointed as an affiliate of the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of NZ.
AMINZ - The centre of excellence in dispute resolution
AMINZ is the largest professional institute in New Zealand for people working in the area of dispute resolution. Its members include arbitrators, mediators, adjudicators, conciliators, facilitators, investigators and expert witnesses who come from a variety of sectors. So if you have a dispute, of any kind, AMINZ is best able to provide you with a professional who can help you to solve it.
The Institute is also a major coordinator of dispute resolution education. Its professional qualifications are recognised internationally. It has close ties with many similar organisations overseas.

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1 day ago

What does it mean to be Indian in Aotearoa?

The Team from Auckland Museum

Next Sunday 8 November Auckland Museum is hosting a free panel discussion with members of Auckland's Indian community, as they explore the prejudice and pressures, as well as the joys, of their unique identity. Panellists for the evening of kōrero include Sarah Dutt, Rohan Adarkar, Kartika Singh, Karishma Kumar and Vinod Suresh.

The event is free but is ticketed, so be sure to secure your seat here: bit.ly...

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17 hours ago

Minimum wage, no help and on the ladder at 25: here's how they did it

Kylie Klein Nixon Reporter from Homed

I loved talking to Courtney Mason about how she and her husband ben bought their first home. It really offers a lot of hope for folks who might be looking at the property market and wondering what on earth is happening out there these days.
Courtney and Ben were tenacious and bold, and now they're living happily in their Hawke's Bay home.
Have a read and see how they did it, and while you're at it have a listen to our third episode of First Rung, the podcast for first home buyers for a little more inspiration.

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3 days ago

Police puppy named: Auckland

Caryn Wilkinson Reporter from Community News

Police asked and you responded.

Members of the public have helped to christen Auckland Police's new puppy Etu.

Police appealed to the public last week for suggestions for a name starting with E for their latest canine recruit.

People were quick to come up with names.

Echo, Ernie, Eddie and Ezra were top contenders but officers were taken with the name Etu.

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