Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings 20 November 2006
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Management School of Restorative Business
Prepared by the Management School of Restorative Business (MSRB) Date of Release: November 16, 2006
Council on Hemispheric Affairs
• The pace is now quickening for the Cuban oil industry, whose previous dependence on Moscow for its supplies and operations ended with the demise of the Soviet Union • Havana is on track for securing energy independence through relationships with ...
The Carlyle Hotel on Manhattan's Upper East Side was the designated meeting spot, in the bar made famous by Ludwig Bemelman's mural of Manhattan, Carlyle's very own Euphronios masterpiece. Bemelman's was packed at 5:30, and I ran into US News & World ...
Media Release Monday 20 November 2006 NZ software underpins the race for new oil discoveries
A line from Bad Taste’s hero, Derek, written and spoken by Peter Jackson, was revealed as The Greatest Line in Kiwi Film on TV One’s flagship arts show Frontseat in its final episode for 2006.
Public awareness of the lies that led to the war and the crimes committed during the war helps build public demand for the troops to come home. Not every committee in Congress can work fulltime on simply ending the war: a legislative process that ...
Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh Talk THE HOBBIT From Scoop Content Partner TheOneRing.Net By Xoanon @ 10:32 pm EST
Sailors and rum go way back - and sailors, rum, Tahiti and beautiful maidens have an even closer historical link (how many drunk sailors ended up missing the boat in Tahiti while 'berthed' with a gorgeous local lady back in the day?). 42 Below ...
New Zealand First Party
Don Brash should stop trying to lay a trail of blue herrings and tell the public exactly why he doesn't want certain emails made public, says New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters.
The New Zealand Government should take note of concerns that the presence of New Zealand troops in Tonga could be seen to strengthen the hand of the monarchy, Green MP Keith Locke warns.
Ellerslie Flower Show
This year’s Ellerslie International Flower Show has exceeded all expectations, says Show Director Dave Mee. The Show, which closed today, has been a bustling village of word class design, breathtaking horticulture and stunning floral art.
Twelve of New Zealand's most prominent female television personalities, entertainers, actors, musicians and politicians are backing calls for cruelty free living. The stellar cast each appear embracing an animal in the 2007 Choose Cruelty Free calendar ...
US State Department
SECRETARY RICE: I just wanted to mention three things that have happened overnight. One is we're delighted obviously at the passage of the Indian civ-nuke (civil nuclear) legislation and I want to thank the members of Congress, in particular in the Senate ...
Dr Brash's Emails: Peters Reckons Court Injunction To Protect Key Culture: First The Oscar Now The Greatest Line In NZ Film History - Welfare: Animals Become NZ Women's Best Friends In SAFE Calendar - Qantas Awards: TV3's Lebanon Coverage Rewarded At ...
Cards by Trelise Cooper, Weta Workshop, Hamish Carter & Emirates Team New Zealand - Sanitarium has joined forces with Kiwi icons from the sporting, fashion and film industries to produce a series of one-off WEET-BIX collector cards, which will be ...
The ‘Break the Silence’ initiative marks the 20th anniversary of the first Cochlear implant in New Zealand. Led by the Northern Cochlear Implant Trust (NCIT) and Cochlear Ltd, the pioneers of Cochlear implant technology, the initiative aims to raise awareness ...
Peter Lance is one of the last in a dying breed. An investigative reporter who is disciplined enough to devote half a decade in pursuit of the truth. A newsman cut from the same cloth as the legendary journalist I.F. "Izzy" Stone. A gumshoe reporter ...
US State Department
With the passing of Milton Friedman, a great Nobel Laureate in Economics, I have lost a great friend and the nation has lost a one-of-a kind leader and intellect. In addition to being one of the brightest intellectual lights of our nation, Milton ...
Association of Salaried Medical Specialists
"Senior doctors are very concerned that services provided by the Otago District Health Board is facing death by a 1,000 cuts," said Mr Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, today.
New Zealand Post
The deadline for getting international mail to friends and family overseas is coming up says New Zealand Post.
Peace Action Wellington
Peace Action Wellington opposes the deployment of the New Zealand military and police to Tonga and will protest outside the New Zealand Defence Headquarters in Stout Street, Wellington, today (Monday, 20th November) from 12:30pm.
Auckland, Monday, November 20, 2006 - Women in New Zealand are more internet travel-savvy than their counterparts through the Asia Pacific region, according to ZUJI, the internet based travel agency.
New Zealand Government
While a clear delineation exists between the roles of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of Defence, equally these roles and their associated policies cannot be confined to discrete silos.
New Zealand National Party
National Party MP Chester Borrows says Labour and the Greens know they are lining up responsible parents for criminal convictions with the tabling of the Crimes (Abolition of Force as a Justification for Child Discipline) Amendment Bill.
It is official Emma Dish is swanning off to South America and leaving us broken hearted. Tired of English and sick of early morning wake up calls, Emma is looking forward to learning Spanglish and registering at a Venezuelan Beauty School.
Norfolk Island Tourism
Kiwis do fly when it comes to country music. And we love the popular music genre so much, seats on flights to next year’s Norfolk Island Country Music Festival are in hot demand.
NZ Association of Credit Unions
AUCKLAND, Monday, 20 November 2006. New Zealand Credit Unions will be granted greater flexibility in the administration of their businesses with the passing of the Business Law Reform Bill.
New Zealand Government
Address to the Asia: NZ Young Leaders Forum,
Victoria University of Wellington
Will private consultants always gouge the public sector? Does the public sector ever ‘learn’ from private consultants? Can the cost of private consultants to the public purse ever be ‘reined in’?
United Future NZ Party
United Future MP Gordon Copeland today reaffirmed his party’s support for a ban on handheld cell phones whilst driving a motor vehicle.