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Scoop’s anonymous Hobbit photographer has been busy again snapping away at Lord of The Rings sets, this time at the most photographed set of them all, the Haywards Hill (Dry Creek) quarry. Filming at the site is now fully underway with scenes of ...
Today is the first Private Members Day of the new Parliament, and with the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Bill seemingly having struck a shoal there now appears to be little chance the house will go into urgency this week.
APPOINTMENT OF NEW TVNZ CHAIR A CHANCE FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO STOP CRYING CROCODILE TEARS OVER PUBLIC TELEVISION
I write to ask whether you have any facts to substantiate your very serious allegation that Richard Long and Judy Bailey were being "wheeled out as part of a public relations campaign - just as Paul Holmes was".
The following is a promotional still from the new New Zealand "family" film Savage Honeymoon which has just received an R18 rating as a result of the allegedly irresponsible way it deals with alcohol use. The Film Commission and film's makers ...
Today's questions concern: ACC Work Capacity Test - WINZ and Student Loans - Farmers And ACC - TIE Education Scheme - TVNZ Board - Days Of Our Lives - WINZ Inquiry - Student Loans Admin - Women's Refuges ACC Premiums - Power Prices - HFA Redundancies ...
I have decided to resign forthwith from the Chair of TVNZ. It is earlier than my planned date of departure in March, which was announced before Christmas.
The Herald newspaper said today it would appeal the name suppression of the American billionaire caught importing over 100 grams of cannabis into the country.
If strategic analyst's in the West are not concerned about Russia's new direction, they should be. Vladimir Putin has signalled the West will be a rival rather than a partner. The Russian Bear begins to growl. John Howard reports.
Pisces: This weeks weather will be damp for pisceans with a rising eye moisture level in the air meaning sorrow will be boundless in the mornings, particularly for those who work. Embrace the sadness, for it is real.
TVNZ chair Roseanne Meo has been forced to resign by an orchestrated programme of vilification and character assassination by Labour Ministers, says ACT Leader Richard Prebble
Problems will not go away for the coalition Government over its West Coast indigenous forest policy, with 1518 ratepayers voting to support the Westland District Council's resolution for a challenge over the axing of the harvesting of beech timber. John ...
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.
The Minister of Broadcasting, Marian Hobbs, has thanked the Chair of TVNZ, Roseanne Meo, for her service on the board.
Cliff Curtis, the New Zealand star of the movie "Three Kings" has today publically stated that the sanctions against Iraq are "ineffective" and "hurting the wrong people".
Government Ministers Trevor Mallard and Steve Maharey will be cycling to work tomorrow as part of the Street Skills National Bike Week 'bike to work day'.
Rosanne Says Goodbye - TVNZ Remains In The Dog Box - Irish Eyes: Weather Horoscope - Ministers Answer Questions - Timberlands Legal Stouch Gaining Momentum - The Putin Problem - Strident Trident Protests - Blakie Inquiry Goes Door Knocking
I want to commence by acknowledging you and your office as the peacekeeper of Parliament. In my short time here, I recognise the skill required to exercise order, judgment, fairness and humour to ensure all voices are heard and not only the loudest. I acknowledge, ...
I'd first like to thank all those friends and relations who are with me in this House today, as they have been through my life and through many political battles.
Green education spokesperson Ian Ewen-Street is calling for student loan processing to be returned to tertiary campuses in light of more WINZ blunders at Canterbury University.