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Scoop formed an early view on Sir Ron's “Smart” transaction [1] on the day he reported back in August 1997. The following is a selection of links showing Scoop’s view of how the Wine-box story has unfolded over the last two years. A good place to start is Scoop's Davison Report preview - which explains why the wine-box report was always destined to miss the point. Winebox Report Will Miss The Point [2]. It still has.

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Scoop Wine-Box Full Coverage


Winebox Back in Court


Winston may be right! Caution Urged

Sir Ron's “Smart” Transaction - Magnum


Snap Debate - Winebox: Other Speakers

Questions Of The Day (7-12)

Corporates Cleared in Winebox Inquiry

Winston Peters Slam Dunked

Winebox Cleared by Sir Ronald Davison - No Fraud

Winebox Report Will Miss The Point

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