Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
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Yesterday's top 20 rating items on Scoop were...
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Protestors including Mr Burns proceed to McDonalds Manners Mall…and a handful of McDonalds fans brave the 200+ crowd. Miles Thompson reports in pictures…part 1.
Protestors including Mr Burns proceed to McDonalds Manners Mall…and a handful of McDonalds fans brave the 200+ crowd. Miles Thompson reports in pictures…part 2.
Images from mayday actions in London, Yugoslavia, Poland, Spain and the USA. More images will be published of the global actions as they come available.
Another photo report from the Streets of Wellington. This time the March from Cuba Mall to Midland Park. Photos Miles Thompson.
Scoop will be providing rolling photo reports on action in the Streets of Wellington today. The following is the first set of pics from Scoop’s roving MayDay2k photographer Miles Thompson.
At yesterday's post Cabinet Press Conference Prime Minister Helen Clark said she believed comments made by the Commonwealth Secretary General Don McKinnon on the Crisis in Zimbabwe were " not helpful". Chris Holm reports.
Today's questions for oral answer by Ministers....
After a few weeks away, a refreshed author is back again. The new Parliamentary session begins this week, and it’s going to be fun. But first, a song sung to the tune `O Christmas Tree’:
“It is the wasted skill scandals and placement problems of current immigrants that the Government must address before embarking on well meaning, yet impotent policy reviews,” said ACT immigration spokesman Penny Webster. Mrs Webster was commenting ...
Today's questions concerned: Superannuation - West Coast Rimu Logging - Kiwi Bank - Broadcasting Advice And Policy - Rape Pardon - Broadcasting Quotas - Parallel Importing - ERB And Jobs - Waikato Health Computer - Dover Samuels On Frequencies - Nuclear ...
In the final phase of today’s Wellington May Day protests protestors moved up to the Business Round Table offices on the Terrace and burnt some money. Photos Miles Thompson.
"The Government's $120m offer to the West Coast is a scheme designed to fail" said Dr Brendan Moyle, a senior lecturer in economics at Massey's Albany campus. The government is not offering funding for economic development. It is using taxpayer's ...
Scoop has received another anonymous communique from a group calling itself “People Not Profits” in Christchurch who have been busy making a stink.
The Varroa bee mite is here to stay and could eventually destroy New Zealand's entire native and wild bee populations, said Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton yesterday. Chris Holm Reports.
Alliance education spokesperson Liz Gordon said today it was like falling down a rabbit hole to Wonderland to hear Wyatt Creech say that National might support universal student allowances.
New figures obtained by the Green Party show there is no need to continue unsustainable logging of publicly owned native forest in order to supply the furniture industry, says Green Co-Leader Rod Donald.
DON'T FORCE BLOODY-MINDED WEST COAST MAYORS TO ACCEPT $100M SAYS NATIVE FOREST ACTION
The earth has replaced the wind as the major buffeter of the capital in the last fortnight, with recent midnight jolts reminding Wellingtonians they are sitting targets for the next big one.
The Government is getting stung by the adverse reaction to its legislative programme, ACT leader Richard Prebble said today.