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  1. New Zealand launches world’s first HIV positive sperm bank https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2019/nov/27/new-zealand-launches-worlds-first-hiv-positive-sperm-bank this seems really dodgy. Bad enough about sperm bank but looks like HIV is being promoted
  2. I've said it before. People in diaspora countries need to seriously up the security around Gurdwaras. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6811785/Shooter-opens-fire-New-Zealand-injures-four-people-witnesses-say-heard-20-shots.html
  3. Sat Sri Akal, this may be off topic but... I was born and raised in New Zealand to New Zealand parents, been Christian all my life. The Sikh religion is very eye opening, I'm very interested in becoming a follower, it's goes hand and hand with the culture in Punjab, I just love everything about the culture and religion. This religion just sounds so true & pure. I have a tiny bit of Indian in me, my nana mum was from Assam and came here when she was 18. I guess what I'm asking is how you Sikhs view people outside India becoming a Sikh also, I know Sikhism is a very accepting religion of every over religion, but I want this to be the mothership religion for me. Thanks.
  4. Strike by Indian Taxi drivers at Auckland Airport http://www.punjabiherald.co.nz/home.php
  5. Vishesh Kirtan Smagam http://www.punjabiherald.co.nz/home.php
  6. Melbourne: A Sikh leader in New Zealand was today charged with 20 counts of forging election documents to increase his chances of winning a local body poll in 2010. Daljit Singh, Labour Party member and a leader of the countrys small Sikh community, has pleaded not guilty to charges in the High Court in Auckland. Singh, who was running for the Otara-Papatoetoe local board area in Auckland in the 2010 election, faced 20 charges of forging documents to change peoples residential addresses. Crown prosecutor Robin McCoubrey told the court that Singh falsely changed a large number of peoples addresses on the Electoral Enrolment Centre (EEC)s website so they fell into the catchment of the Otara-Papatoetoe board. Seven other men, who helped Singh, are also on trial on the same charges, but on fewer counts, Radio New Zealand reported. McCoubrey told a jury of 10 women and two men that Singh and Gurinder Atwall, who he called Singhs right-hand man, used the names of Sikhs to go on to the EECs website. The vast majority of those whose addresses were changed were unaware it was happening, he said. The trial is set for six weeks and 200 witnesses will be called to give evidence. Source: The Tribune http://sikhsangat.org/2013/sikh-leader-charged-with-poll-fraud-in-nz/
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