The Government’s response to the latest ballistic missile test by North Korea was the most read political story on Scoop between Friday June 30 and Thursday July 6.
International concern about tensions in Korea were reflected in Scoop’s readership. Other topics to gain the attention of Scoop’s readers were; part-time teachers seeking pay equality, Scoop’s ongoing Hivemind series on housing issues, immigration and Nikki Kaye’s interview on The Nation.
Most Read New Zealand political and parliamentary stories
North Korea missile tests unacceptable
North Korea missile tests unacceptable Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee has condemned today’s test
PA1707/S00053 - New Zealand Government - Tuesday, 04 July 2017, 4:59 PM Related Stories
Part time teachers take a case for
Authority and seek mediation to resolve the long-standing issue of part-time secondary teachers
PO1707/S00017 - PPTA - Monday, 03 July 2017, 9:34 AM Related Stories
Making housing affordable – let’s crack
Making housing affordable – let’s crack it. Welcome to our second interactive HiveMind exploration
HL1706/S00034 - HiveMind - Thursday, 15 June 2017, 11:25 AM Related Stories
Immigration Symposium aims to take the heat
out of debate
New Zealand’s first Immigration Symposium is being held in Dunedin this weekend to understand
PO1706/S00422 - Multicultural New Zealand - Thursday, 29 June 2017, 2:30 PM Related Stories
The Nation: Lisa Owen talks to Nikki
On The Nation: Lisa Owen talks to Nikki Kaye Headlines: Education Minister Nikki Kaye says
PO1707/S00002 - The Nation - Saturday, 01 July 2017, 1:38 PM Related Stories
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