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Yesterday's top 23 rating items on Scoop were...
Today's Sludge Report relates a strange tale involving the visit of a NZ MP to Fiji on a speaking trip, free money for the secretive and greedy, and a so called "financial freedom" movement which promotes tax avoidance, offshore trusts and VERY high yield ...
More revelations about Fijiam Coup Leader George Speight’s involvment into a pyramid selling scheme was revealed to an Australian State Parliament yesterday reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
The new system for registering Domain names in New Zealand is up and now running well with major cost and time savings for those wanting to get their own Internet address.
SUVA: A woman who has escaped from being held captive at Fiji's Parliament claims she was gang-raped for four nights and that drug abuse is rife in the complex, according to media reports today.
Auckland Police have arrested a man for the murder of Kylie Jones who was found dead in the Eastview Reserve in Glen Innes late on Tuesday June 6.
Heads are rolling across corporate America as several top chief executives become victims of impatient shareholders who are disappointed with profits and volatile and unforgiving markets. John Howard writes.
We seem to be dreaming. We look at the world as if it were not much older than we can remember. We do not doubt that we have made progress through history as human beings, and we are proud of it.
According to our Finance Minister, Michael Cullen, I, and the many thousands of other New Zealand entrepreneurs and businessmen, are a bunch of scheming, plotting would-be criminals who, if given half a chance, would enjoy nothing more than to rip off the ...
While Fiji coup leader George Speight meets with a group of Western Fijian chiefs to discuss solutions to the crisis, the military Government has distanced themselves from another delegation of chiefs which met Mr. Speight yesterday.
Courtesy of http://theonering.net and photographer Karen Tucker - Lord of the Rings Director Peter Jackson with the Olympic Flame in Wellington's Civic Square yesterday.
Today the a Serious Fraud Officer said the fact that Bankers are knowingly taking huge sums of money from customers is the responsibility of the polititians to remedy.
Saturdays inaugural Smokers Day Out in Sulphur City Rotorua, may have created a stink but was a roaring success according to organiser Joy Faulkner, Founder of Smokers Of The World Unite.
Throughout the Fijian constitutional crisis New Zealand's foreign minister Phil Goff has declaimed from his high moral perch the principles of democracy and constitutionality, the absolute and non-negotiable values that Fiji must adhere to, or else. These are ...
SUVA: A "people's petition" calling for more than 500,000 signatures against the hijacking of democracy in the Fiji Islands by rebel leader George Speight and for the freeing of about 30 hostages has been launched with an "overwhelming" initial ...
"Cabinet papers obtained by the Opposition reveal the decision to freeze tariffs was based on party politics and not on any analysis of the impact on New Zealand businesses and consumers," Opposition Commerce spokesperson Lockwood Smith said ...
The Green Party today revealed the first initiative in the Green Budget Package, adding $3 million to the Government's funding of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA).
June 9 2000 Speech Notes, Annette King, Minister Of Health Minister launches unique healthy diet website
ACT leader Richard Prebble today told the government they must make the growing investment gap the number one priority in the Budget.
George Speight's seizure of Fiji's parliament may have shocked the world, but it comes as less of a surprise to those familiar with the situation here in Fiji.
Over 13,500 of around 17,000 submissions on the Employment Relations Bill support the proposed legislation, says Employment and Accident Insurance Legislation Select Committee chair Graham Kelly.