A fraud investigation is under way after a South Auckland cake decorator was awarded a multi-million dollar contract to build a sewage plant in Franz Josef after flooding last year wiped out its sewage ponds.
Fairfax has reported Techno Economic Services, a new business, was given the Westland District Council project in mid-2016, despite having no track record in waste management or construction services.
When it was given the tender, Fairfax said, it was not a registered company and was only registered with the Companies Office several months after.
Its director and shareholder is Neha Bubna, who is also the director of Cake Culture, based in Waiuku.
Fairfax reported the process was overseen by council assets manager Vivek Goel, who was stood down last month as a Serious Fraud Office investigation into his activities began.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the Chinese civilisation values openness and inclusiveness, and New Zealand is known for its multicultural dynamism.
As I am about to begin my official visit to New Zealand, “the land of the long white cloud”, I wish to extend my sincere greetings to the warm and hospitable people of this country.
It will be my first visit as the Chinese Premier, but I have long been drawn to New Zealand for its diverse culture, vibrant economy and natural beauty.
This year being the 45th anniversary of our diplomatic relations, I very much hope that my visit will contribute to tightening the bond of our friendship and elevating our mutually beneficial co-operation. (more…)
While we know that our Elites are guilty of White Genocide (for example the Kalergi plan), there is a lot of talk of other crimes that they are involved in. We don’t know how genuine this Dr. Phil interview is, however we include it here as for years the NF has been contacted by people from NZ and overseas who state that pedophilia amongst our Elite is common.
A tax expert says there should be a poll tax on immigrants of up to $15,000 to help cover the cost of extra infrastructure and services needed by a growing population.
Mark Keating, a senior lecturer in tax law at Auckland University, says the Treasury last year estimated an extra $100 billion would have to be spent over the next 10 years on hospitals, schools, roads and services to cope with population growth.
“These figures suggest that New Zealand’s existing population of taxpayers will shoulder a huge additional tax bill to settle and assimilate its record number of new immigrants,” he said.
“New Zealand is a desirable country with excellent infrastructure and public services - immigrants get to share in all these benefits, so why shouldn’t immigrants also contribute to them?” (more…)
Government figures which show foreigners bought five times as much precious New Zealand land last year are not an accurate guide to foreign ownership, Land Information Minister Mark Mitchell says.
Mitchell rejected any claims that there was “a big buy-up of New Zealand land” today and ruled out calls for a detailed register which showed every foreign purchase, not just the sensitive or large purchases approved by the Overseas Investment Office (OIO).
The OIO said 466,000 hectares of land was sold to offshore buyers in 2016 - five times more than the previous year. (more…)
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