Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings - 14 December 2005
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Two young Kiwis have put New Zealand on the world map by gaining a Guinness World Record for the world's largest tape ball.
1. Dr DON BRASH (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister: Does she have confidence in all her Ministers; if not, why not?
Security contractors of the so-called "Victory" Group of the British mercenary Firm Aegis Defense Services have committed the ultimate war crime: the indiscriminate killing of civilians as part of a "game", not a video game but a real game of shooting ...
LIVE VIDEO– KING KONG COUNTDOWN LIVE FROM THE RED CARPET – 3:30pm http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0512/S00153.htm SCOOPTV With R2.CO.NZ
Satellite images of Southern England taken over the last two days showing smoke plumes from the burning Buncefield oil depot northwest of London. The fires began with explosions on Sunday morning and are still being fought.
Speech delivered by Dr. Fidel Castro Ruz, President of the Republic of Cuba, at the Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of his admission to University of Havana, in the Aula Magna of the University of Havana,
Canada's National Post newspaper has followed up on a Scoop Media exclusive that links the group Swords of the Righteousness Brigades to the feared Islam Army in Iraq (IAI). On Tuesday December 13, the National Post's Stewart Bell wrote from Toronto: ...
National’s Law & Order spokesman, Simon Power, says the public has a right to know which officer in the New Zealand Police was paid more than $800,000 in the 2004-05 financial year.
After his shock resignation - which included a number of press releases attempting to justify why he was bailing out of the TVNZ Chief Executive's role - Ian Fraser this morning had the chance to explain himself to a parliamentary inquiry into TVNZ's ...
If no one is willing to pay the creators, who will create? We’re in for a mighty bleak world when newspapers stop paying editorial cartoonists.
A study by researchers from The University of Auckland has shown that Vitamin D may play a role in keeping our lungs healthy.
ScoopTV (384k Stream) brings you LIVE coverage of the New Zealand premiere of Peter Jackson's King Kong – courtesy of www.r2.co.nz . Action begins at 3:30pm (NZ Time).
Adding dairy to your diet could be a great way for Kiwis to counter the effects on their waistlines of traditional Christmas over-indulgence, according to recent scientific studies.
“How many chances is Helen Clark going to give David Benson-Pope?” asks National Party Welfare spokeswoman Judith Collins. She is commenting on Mr Benson-Pope’s latest retraction, delivered to Parliament late last night after earlier denying he had ...
A memo to the TVNZ Board from then CEO Ian Fraser says the state broadcaster has become virtually indistinguishable from commercial channels and is giving no more than lip service to its Charter obligations, Green Party Broadcasting Spokesperson ...
National’s Law & Order spokesman, Simon Power, says it is no wonder the Police are finding it so hard to retain and replace frontline officers when their human resources practices are in such a shambles.
25 U.S. Christians Reach U.S. Naval Base at Guantánamo, Hold Anti-Torture Vigil Outside Gates
AUCKLAND; December 13th, 2005: The launch of online shopping directory, Ferrit.co.nz has had a successful debut in New Zealand, as indicated by Hitwise, the world’s leading online competitive intelligence service. Ferrit.co.nz ranked as the 6th most popular ...
The internationally-acclaimed Lippizaner horses, together with a cavalcade of the best of the Baroque stallions come to New Zealand in February in one of the largest events of its kind.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning 14th December 2005 there was a major fire at the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Cave operated by Tourism Holdings. The fire destroyed the café / restaurant, souvenir shop, office accommodation, toilets and ...
Dublin - An injection into the patient’s bottom may not be such a reliable method to administer medication. That’s the result of a study from physicians of the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin. The study has found many patients have too much fatty ...
As some readers will doubtless be aware, I have a status amongst many members of the local right-wing blogosphere as the very symbol of Left Wing Liberal Evil. Given that I'm a director of two small companies and have an interest in another, I write ...
Open your eyes and mind at City Gallery Wellington this Festival season with the challenging and provocative, yet humorous and touching work of Patricia Piccinini, one of Australia's most exciting contemporary artists.
In a national first, one of New Zealand’s newest and most misunderstood communities is the focus of a social photography project due to open at the Waikato Museum on December 3.
The Government should be embarrassed that environmental group Forest and Bird is being forced into a court challenge to save a very rare protected snail from potential extinction at the hands of a State Owned Enterprise, the Green Party says.
MEDIA RELEASE – Tuesday 13 December 2005 Dynamic team to judge this year’s best New Zealand children’s books The tenth annual New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children & Young Adults will be judged by a dynamic team of judges who share an active ...
Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS (Minister of Foreign Affairs): If I were a media tycoon who owned newspapers or other media outlets in this country, I would be wanting to know what on earth my money was being spent on. Journalism is a paid profession. Those ...
Journalists who, through their work, attitude or principled stands, have shown a strong commitment to press freedom
The Public Health Association (PHA) is horrified that tobacco company Philip Morris is marketing a brand of cigarettes called ‘Maori Mix’.
In 1958 I wrote the following: 'There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.'