Book Reviews | Gordon Campbell | Scoop News | Wellington Scoop | Community Scoop | Search

 

TV3 News

Election Improvement - Avalanche - Americas Cup - Kosovo - Iranian Revolution - Maid Sacked - Space Maps - Miss New Zealandm - Nandor Tanzsos - Pylon Attacker

ELECTION IMPROVEMENT: A report out tonight makes a bundle of recommendations on how to run the election better. No results on election night till midnight. Key problem 46% of staff had no previous experience. Procedural arrangements for counting added up said the PM. Different coloured paper, court staff back. Wyatt Creech says the PM has indulged in cheap politics over the issue.

AVALANCHE: Japanese authorities are denying that they held off a search for missing snowboarders while they tried to find out they were insured. Mother tells story about her son being a pro and knowing what he was doing. Sister says she is confident her brother is still alive. NZ Embassy spokesman says that sending rescuers in was too dangerous on the night. Search now underway.

AMERICAS CUP: Word from the Cup Village is don't count Prada out yet. Wise voices say that Prada can come back against the Kiwis. Prada made tactical mistakes says John Bertrand who has had lots of interest in his website. Prada hoping for a stronger wind tomorrow and will be trying a new mainsail.

KOSOVO: Peace Keeping troops in Mitrovica have been forced to retreat by stone throwing Serbians. At the center of the conflict US reinforcement troops. Bitter accusations that troops were focussing unnecessarily on them. Two US soldiers injured by flying rocks.

IRANIAN REVOLUTION: Another revolution in Iran at the ballot box. New majority plans to fix Iranian TV and dress codes.

MAID SACKED: Kitchen maid who talked about poisoning the queen fired immediately. While working at Sandringham she had asked where to buy cyanide.

SPACE MAPS: NASA releases new space maps presently being made by the space shuttle.

MISS NEW ZEALAND: Miss New Zealand competition only attracts eight contestants. Lack of interest attributed to lack of a connection between competition and modeling. Former winner says she doesn't regret it.

NANDOR TANZSOS: Popular speech at Canterbury University. Nandor lays out possible options. Decriminalisation. Limited legalisation. Cannabis on sale - as in Holland. Phil Goff says he thinks it is highly unlikely that the government will move to legalising change.

WAIKATO MURDER: Body of man aged in 20s found in Waikato river - circumstances indicate foul play say police.

PYLON ATTACKER: Man accused of attacking pylons dismisses his lawyer when he appears in court in Christchurch.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Top Scoops Headlines

 

Commercial Scoop User? Help Scoop Survive (and Thrive!)

The ScoopPro licensing terms require that commercial users of Scoop.co.nz pay a reasonable fee in order to access the Scoop site so that this same information remains free and accessible to the wider public regardless of their disposable income. More>>

ALSO:

Joseph Cederwall: Building a Community Newsroom

A combination of new technology, ideas, institutions and business models and a renewed energy and commitment by the Scoop team, means Scoop aims to be at the forefront of the development of this renaissance that we term ‘News 3.0’. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop 3.0: Saving The News

Scoop Co-Founder Alastair Thompson - One of the saddest aspects of the decline of the news industry, not just here in NZ - but everywhere, is that it often seems invisible, in large part because news is a confidence business... More>>

ALSO:

UK Cabinet Backs Deal: Gordon Campbell On The Latest Roll Of The Brexit Dice

Brexit has left the British public looking like a nation of Wellington bus commuters. In both cases, the unholy mess bears no resemblance to what people were promised or the spin being used to justify it. More>>

Gordon Campbell: On The Democratic Leadership And Trump

On the big picture, the poll predictions were dead right. In the end, the Democratic Party won a clear victory in the House, and lost as expected in the Senate, where it had been defending at least 10 seats in regions that had voted heavily for Trump in 2016. More>>

ALSO: