Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
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Yesterday's top 20 rating items on Scoop were...
Today's questions concerned: NZ Economy - Risks To Economy - Cycling Safety - Defence Policy - Cell Phone Towers - School Bulk Funding - Community Services Card - Doctor's And Nurse's Pay - Primary Health Services - Te Papa's High Priests - Refugee Hostel ...
AUCKLAND – Monday, 27 March 2000: We all know the feeling. You push the “download” button on an interesting web site….and you wait. And wait. And wait.
New Zealand motorists can now fill up with an advanced new petrol that cleans your car engine as you drive.
The Minister of Conservation, Hon Sandra Lee, has given approval for the company making the Lord of the Rings to film within the Tongariro National Park.
The Clinton Administration has moved to ban the petrol additive MTBE, an octane booster that has helped clean air but has begun to contaminate water supplies around the US. John Howard reports.
Today's questions for oral answer by Ministers. Paraphrased answers to these questions will be published shortly after 3pm in the Headlines wire.
Food workers employed by Hubbards, the flagship company of Social Responsibility advocate, Dick Hubbard, will begin protest action today over their pay and conditions.
I can see the responses of some to this column now - "this guy's stuck in the past, doesn't know what he's on about - needs to try thinking for a change" and other responses. However, it's not as bad as all that. What I want to look at ...
Transport Minister, Mark Gosche, is calling for more government funding for public transport and says he's determined to make it a priority. But why isn't government following the New South Wales example. John Howard writes.
The latest statistics about the New Zealand Information Technology market show a booming industry worth billions of dollars to New Zealand.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... it is surely the issue of the hour for New Zealanders. It has commanded the front pages of both Sunday newspapers and the lead spot on 60 Minutes, taken pride of place Good Morning with Mary Lambie and seized the cover of the Woman's ...
Helen Clark wants to allocate tax payer funds for the benefit of the selected few, said ACT Culture and Heritage spokesperson Penny Webster. Ms Clark has announced a review of Te Papa's scholarly shortcomings, and has stated that she does not believe ...
ACT Leader Richard Prebble today said that he welcomes the suggestion that Parliament's powerful Privileges Committee look into the Waipareira Trust.
Standard & Poor's has sent New Zealand a warning: the Labour-Alliance's policies risk doing real damage to the country and its people, Opposition leader Jenny Shipley said today.
Helen Clark is defying the lessons of history and logic if she believes New Zealand never has and never will face any security threats, Opposition Defence Spokesperson Wayne Mapp said today.
Helen Clark has insulted New Zealanders with her admission that she has launched her tirade against Te Papa without even visiting the place since she became Prime Minister or Minister for Arts Culture and Heritage, Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley ...
Millions of New Zealanders love Te Papa and if it doesn't suit Helen Clark's tastes, she is the one who is out of step, Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley said today.
TE PAPA REVIEW TEAM A CHEAP SET-UP TO PANDER TO PM'S 'AUCKLAND ELITIST PREJUDICES'
On Tuesday the 28th of March, hundreds of students in Victoria University go into occupation. All over New Zealand, from Auckland to Christchurch, rallies are being held in solidarity with them.
Growing concern within Government ranks over the performance of Social Services and Employment Minister, Steve Maharey was again fuelled yesterday following the Minister’s bungled release of a report to justify axing the community wage.