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Most Read Items on Scoop – Week Ending Sept 28

Most Read Items on Scoop – Week Ending Sept 28


People’s interest in how to get jobs without tertiary education was the driver behind a release on the subject being the single most read item on Scoop in the last week.

This was followed by a release on the Police tapping a protest group and then a number of items related to the election.

Tertiary education not required
More than 100 companies have signed an open letter declaring tertiary qualifications
BU1709/S00810 - ASB Bank - Tuesday, 26 September 2017, 9:51 AM Related Stories


New Zealand Police Authorised to Wiretap Protest Group PAPA
In a statement of evidence provided to People Against Prisons Aotearoa’s lawyer, New Zealand Police
PO1709/S00449 - People Against Prisons Aotearoa - Thursday, 28 September 2017, 10:52 AM Related Stories

An open letter to the new Government
Tomorrow, millions of New Zealanders will step inside their local halls, schools, hospitals
PO1709/S00399 - Auckland City Mission - Friday, 22 September 2017, 9:51 AM Related Stories

Gordon Campbell: Ten Reasons For Not Voting National
Faith-based voting is the norm, in that we tend to select the election messages that best fit
HL1709/S00037 - Gordon Campbell - Monday, 18 September 2017, 4:33 PM Related Stories

What Young Voters Expect From These Elections
Young voters have been a huge issue during these general elections, in which enrolled 18-24 year
PO1709/S00407 - Rachel Pommeyrol - Friday, 22 September 2017, 2:33 PM Related Stories

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