Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
Yesterday's top 20 rating items on Scoop were...
A few days ago I watched a programme made by Nicholas Booth in 1997 for the BBC Counterblast series, called "The End of the World?". As with John Pilger's documentaries, viewers were warned that this programme represented a critical "personal view" ...
On the way home from the golf Scoop ran into some fat cars in a traffic jam...
A recent press release from Prebble's rebels claims that a self selecting internet poll of 181 voters shows that New Zealanders who have left New Zealand will not return following the election of a Labour/Alliance government.
The following pictures - supplied to Scoop anonymously - show actress Liv Tyler in action during the shooting of some scenes for the Lord Of The Rings trilogy. The pictures were taken in the South Island near Wanaka.
An internet poll has shown that New Zealanders who have left New Zealand will not return following the election of a Labour/Alliance government.
Remember the Schier family who were deported to Germany last year because the father, Gunther, failed to declare a previous marijuana conviction when he arrived in New Zealand? Young daughter, Bianca, had a birthday and Christmas wish - to come back ...
NOTE: In association with our content partner http://www.theonering.net/ Scoop is delighted to bring you an account of Lord of the Rings reporter Tehanu’s visit to Hobbitton. The story is fairly remarkable as Tehanu’s invitation from Peter Jackson ...
Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that the Leader of the Opposition appeared to have a fit of amnesia about the nature of 'golden handshakes'.
Maori men have compromised future generations of Maori claims the Chief Executive of the National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges, Merepeka Raukawa-Tait.
Prison Fraud – Billionaire’s Name – Tax Changes – Petrol Prices – HIV Immigrants – Chechnya – Coke Layoffs –Louie Vuitton – ACC Changes – Cervical Smears – Tourism Funding –Northland Prison
Mobil is putting up the price of petrol by 3 cents a litre from midnight tonight. While in the US, petrol companies increasing prices are being accused by officials of price gouging. John Howard reports.
Top Scholars in the 1999 University Bursaries examinations were announced today by the Qualifications Authority. Awards are made to top overall candidates, male and female, and the top candidate in each Bursaries subject.
Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton has welcomed a report from Parliament's Speaker clearing his staff member of allegations of drug use in Parliament's debating chamber.
Helen Clark has at last confirmed the Opposition’s belief that Peter Doone will get a substantial platinum handshake, Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley said today.
Following Is the Original Letter from the Royal Forest And Bird Society along with the Timberlands Employee's Email which started the controversy.
A Nelson women's group, the LUNA Collective for Women's Wellness, believe all the fuss about paying more for sanitary products in Australia once GST is introduced is completely unnecessary. That's because the Collective peddles a far better idea ...
Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA) has recently discovered that, in an unpublicised move, the Overseas Investment Commission reclassified Fletcher Challenge Limited as a foreign company six months ago.
Italian team Prada has won the first race in the finals of the Louis Vuitton Cup despite a neck and neck finish which saw them come within half a boat-length of America One.
Health Minister Annette King today announced the four directors of an interim board to oversee the process of bringing the Health Funding Authority into the Ministry of Health.
Prime Minister Helen Clark and the Minister responsible for Timberlands, Pete Hodgson, said they would be demanding to know from Timberlands why a senior employee was participating in what amounted to guerilla warfare against the government.