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Pics of the Weeks: Late 2007 to 8 Jan 2008

Pics of the Weeks

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood

September 07
October 07
November 07
December 07
January 07

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SEPTEMBER 07 (top)


NZ Govt - Women reminded of history on Suffrage Day


Lyndon Hood - God May Vote For Christian Party


National - Wong welcomes PLA's love affair with rugby


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NZ Govt - Turn the music down theme of Deaf Awareness Week


National - Kiwis confirmed as lead migrants to Australia


Representation Commission - New Electorate Boundaries Finalised


Engineering Printing and Manufacturing Union - Democracy demands electoral reform, says EPMU


Unused alternate image for EFB battle

OCTOBER 07 (top)


NZ Govt - National’s latest policy fiasco


New Zealand Police - Recorded Crime Remains Steady


Word of Mouth Media - New Zealand parking conference


PSA - Statistics NZ Staff Take Industrial Action


NZ Govt - Action to safeguard fisheries sustainability

NOVEMBER 07 (top)


Greens - Festive Falun Gong belong in Auckland Santa Parade


Human Rights Commission - Statement on the Electoral Finance Bill


Statistics New Zealand - Birth rate reaches 2.1 births per woman


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NZ Govt - Helen Clark congratulates Kevin Rudd on Labor win


New Zealand Republican Movement - Sixty Years On, Our Journey Continues


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Child Poverty Action Group - Poor child health trends reversible


NZ Govt - Cunliffe: Digital Summit 2.0

Clark of the
Nile
NZ Govt - Opening of NZ Embassy Nile City Towers Cairo

alleged kiwi zombie
wrangler
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New Zealand Police - Waikato Police Investigate Cyber-Crime

DECEMBER 07 (top)


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NZ Govt - Theft of military medals from Waiouru

clock
blocked
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Syed Akbar Kamal - Key’s DVD locked over ‘clocks’ issue


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Key DVD image revision


Auckland University Students Association - Shutting The University Doors – Students Say NO


Lyndon Hood - Electoral Spam Act

all about the pigs
and the bees
NZ Pork Industry - Pork Industry Board welcomes Beekeepers’ win


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Greens - Greens call on Government to admit spray campaign

... presumed
dangerous
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Environment Bay of Plenty - Missing kiwi causes concern


Tertiary Education Commission - TEC announces $2.2 bil investments for 2008


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Scoop Poll Watch - Poll Watch: Two Polls Say National Governs Alone

EFB: the final
battle
Alastair Thompson - Video: PM's Post Cabinet Presser: Electoral Finance Bill


Spike Mountjoy - New Victims Rights Agency Mooted By Select Cmtte


Department Of Internal Affairs - Anti-spam raid in Christchurch

peter delivers
final judgment
United Future - The worst behaved MPs list 2007

JANUARY 08 (top)


Greens - Oil Price Hits US$100/Barrel - Don't Panic, Plan


National Union of Public Employees - Freezing funding impacts on strike action


Lyndon Hood - Mother Scoop's Almanac 2008


Electronic Transaction Services - Pin Punching Kiwi's Spend $4.0 Billion in December

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