Most Read Items on Scoop – Week Ending Aug 17
The most read item on Scoop this week was a press release from Right to Life attacking Jacinda Ardern for “refusing to defend the natural family”. The vast majority of the traffic was last Sunday.
There was also a great deal of interest in items relating to Scoop’s HiveMind project on a Universal Basic Income.
Another notable entry was on the Government’s decision to bring forward the ban on microbeads. It was published on Thursday morning, very late in the weekly analytic cycle.
Why is Jacinda Ardern refusing to defend the
Why is Jacinda Ardern refusing to defend and promote the Natural Family? Media Release 12th August
PO1708/S00251 - Right To Life - Saturday, 12 August 2017, 9:35 PM Related Stories
Universal Basic Income - The Future of Work in Aotearoa?
A Universal Basic Income (UBI) is an unconditional minimum income provided to every member
HL1708/S00026 - Joseph Cederwall - Monday, 14 August 2017, 9:22 AM Related Stories
HiveMind: Universal Basic Income - Are we up for it?
Opening the Election HiveMind exploration for 2017 on Universal Basic Income.
HL1708/S00025 - HiveMind - Monday, 14 August 2017, 8:55 AM Related Stories
Microbeads to be banned in New Zealand
The sale and manufacture of wash-off products containing plastic microbeads will be banned in New
PA1708/S00334 - New Zealand Government - Thursday, 17 August 2017, 10:51 AM Related Stories
Pike Families ecstatic over historic political agreement
Pike River families are over the moon with the signing of a cross-party political agreement
PO1708/S00298 - Stand With Pike - Tuesday, 15 August 2017, 1:09 PM Related Stories
This analysis is part of a service to Scoop clients and is not regularly available on the Scoop website. It is compiled using Google analytics on parliamentary and political items published on Scoop.