Yesterday's top 30 rating items on Scoop were...
A leading New Zealand carbon trader says international markets can no longer take New Zealand seriously, carbon trading has come to a standstill and experts are warning business not to think carbon pricing has gone away.
2: Labour's shadow Cabinet announced
New Zealand Labour Party
Labour Party Leader Phil Goff today announced Labour's shadow Cabinet and spokesperson allocation.
3: Michael Collins: Lieberman Keeps "Made Man" Status
Lieberman Keeps "Made Man" Status The "three wise guys" at the Republican National Convention Image cc Triumph of The Money Party & the Collective Amnesia Michael Collins
4: Michael Winship: This Just in From Middle Earth
Queenstown, New Zealand - You might think it hard to think about politics when you're in a place as extraordinary as this on New Zealand's South Island. The landscape fills the eye with glacial and volcanic lakes, valleys and mountains so breathtaking ...
5: Undernews For 19 November, 2008
I've been uplinked and downloaded. I've been inputted and outsourced. I know the upside of downsizing; I know the downside of upgrading. I'm a high-tech lowlife. A cutting-edge, state-of-the-art, bicoastal multi-tasker, and I can give you a gigabyte ...
6: Top Gear Live tickets ready for a sell-out
DMG World Media
Blink and You’ll Miss it! Top Gear Live tickets ready for a sell-out – public release 9:00am Monday 24th
7: AA Launches Latest Online Mapping Website
The AA has announced today that its online mapping website www.aamaps.co.nz has been comprehensively upgraded to provide New Zealanders with the latest, and most informative, road and destination maps.
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9: Get ready to Wiggle New Zealand!
What's red, blue, yellow AND purple, And Lots Of Fun The Fab Four for the Under Fives .. The Wiggles!
10: UN Should Refer Burma To Int. Criminal Court
Joint Press Release
Certain judges in Burma, acting under the orders of Chief Justice U Aung Toe and Senior General Than Shwe, are themselves criminally liable as co-conspirators to crimes against humanity.
11: Tributes flow for Helen Clark on The Big Idea
The Big Idea
Tributes for Helen Clark, former Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, have flowed into The Big Idea , from arts leaders and the creative community.
12: Opening of Parliament
New Zealand Government
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13: Bangkok Dangerous: Bombs, Sleaze & Paralysis
Richard S. Ehrlich
BANGKOK, Thailand -- A series of deadly bombings, including Thursday's (November 20) attack which killed one person and injured 29 others, have shattered this Buddhist-dominated capital's polite, care-free ambiance, and worsened the paralysis within Thailand's ...
14: Buccaneers In Somali Waters - They're Not Somalis
So far this year, at least two dozen vessels have been boarded and seized by armed men off the coast of Somalia, the latest a Saudi Arabian supertanker capable of carrying two million barrels of oil. I'm avoiding using the term "pirates" because there is ...
15: Images: National Storm Cabinet Office
The takeover of the Beehive by John Key's National government was completed this afternoon with the first cabinet meeting of the new administration. On the way up to the rarefied air at the top of the Beehive there were however a few Vote Labour ...
16: Flight Of The Conchords Mo Up For Movember
Kiwi comedy duo Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (aka Flight of the Conchords) try Movember on for size.
17: Aucklands Sexiest Named
Nightline presenter Samantha Hayes and Outrageous Fortune star Kirk Torrance have been named the sexiest Aucklanders for 2008.
18: Defendants hit with highest fines total under RMA
Defendants in the Wallace Corporation PCB toxic waste burial case in the Waikato have collectively been hit with fines of $120,000, the highest total ever handed down in a prosecution brought under the Resource Management Act.
19: Billy Bowden garners prestigious Arthritis Award
Arthritis New Zealand
Billy Bowden, internationally renowned cricket umpire, is set to receive the Arthritis New Zealand Business Development Award for his contribution, as ambassador for the charitable organisation. The ceremony, held at the Waipuna Hotel in Auckland on ...
20: New Minister of Health welcomed by Alzheimers NZ
Alzheimers New Zealand
The appointment of Tony Ryall as the new Minister of Health is encouraging news for all those living with dementia, according to Alzheimers New Zealand National Director Lucille Ogston.
21: Manning on Radio Adelaide: Pay Rises + New Nat Cab
Audio: Scoop's Selwyn Manning & Radio Adelaide's Peter Godfrey discuss how politicians' salaries are about to increase. Also, the new Nat-led Government has been sworn in with some interesting selections... PM John Key's off to APEC in Peru…
22: UN Responds After Flash Floods Strike Ethiopia
United Nations humanitarian agencies are preparing to send emergency supplies to southern and eastern Ethiopia, where flash floods following heavy rains have displaced locals and damaged about 2,000 hectares of cropland.
23: NZ US Council Welcomes Additions To Trans Pac
NZ US Council
The announcement that Australia and Peru intend to join the United States negotiating for membership of the Trans Pacific partnership is good news for New Zealand, says the NZ US Council.
24: Costa Rica: Carbon Neutral Airline Cuts Emissions
The world’s first carbon neutral airline, which offsets its harmful gas emissions by investing in ecological projects, has joined a United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
25: Air NZ calls for ACCC to be consistent
Air New Zealand
Air New Zealand is calling on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to demonstrate consistency when making a final ruling on its application for a Cooperation Agreement with Air Canada.
26: Top Tourism Site Undergoes Changes
New Zealand Tourism Guide
New Zealands most visited most visited commercial tourism web site according to Nielsen Netratings www.tourism.net.nz has a new web site and a new name. New Zealand Tourism Guide as it is now known has been operating successfully for over 10 years on the ...
27: Family Law Results Helping Amnesty
Papakura-based law firm, Family Law Results, is next week helping Amnesty International raise awareness for the millions of women worldwide robbed of a voice to speak up against violence.
28: Prime Minister to meet The Queen
New Zealand Government
Prime Minister John Key will have an Audience with The Queen at Buckingham Palace on November 25.
29: Australians urged to follow NZ lead on ETS review
Carbon Sense Coalition
The Carbon Sense Coalition today called on the Queensland Government to follow the lead of New Zealand and initiate a complete review of the science and the cost-benefits of the proposals to levy a new tax on coal and petrol usage.
30: Free trade talks could worsen financial crisis
Bank workers’ union Finsec says that there is huge danger the P4 free trade negotiations could worsen the global financial crisis if further liberalisation of financial services forms part of the agreement.