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Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20

Yesterday's top 20 rating items (Hobbits excluded) on Scoop were...

6: PM Sacks Dover Samuels

Helen Clark has just held a press conference announcing she is sacking Minister of Maori Affairs Dover Samuels.

7: Dover Samuels

I am today advising the Governor General to withdraw the ministerial warrants of Dover Samuels.

8: NEWSFLASH: Clark Expected To Sack Samuels

Prime Minister Helen Clark is expected to sack Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels this morning according to reports circulating in Parliament.

9: NEWSFLASH: Dover Deadlock

Two hours of meeting with the PM Helen Clark last night was not enough to convince Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels to resign from his position as Maori Affairs Minister.

10: Sludge Report #18 – Who Shrunk The Economy!

In This Issue: Honey! Who Shrunk The Economy! - Rupert’s Holidays For Hardworking Hacks - Richard Long Fails To Front For Todd Debate.

11: SCP HOUSE: House May Rise Early Today

Parliament is not expected to have a members day today, or questions, as a result of a filibuster by the opposition on the Fisheries Amendment Bill.

12: What Does Helen Clark Now Know... ?

What Does Helen Clark Now Know That She Should Have Known Since Becoming Labour Leader? - Peters

13: HARD NEWS 23/6/00 - Uncomfortably Shagged

GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... well, I was getting sick of weeks of patting the business community on the head and taking its temperature - and, lo, along came a whole new agenda.

14: Clark Fails To Tell The Dover Story Straight

Helen Clark has today come up with a new version of her involvement in the Dover Samuels affair, Acting National leader Wyatt Creech said today.

15: Is A Fair Trial Possible?

The Prime Minister’s action in sacking Dover Samuels is inappropriate, ACT Leader Richard Prebble said today.

16: Why Gender/Race Relations Stories Run On And On

Berkeley - Why do some stories, like the O.J. Simpson trial, the Thomas/Hill hearings or the Clinton/Lewinsky sex scandal, run on for months and even years, while other, ostensibly more important stories hardly get noticed by the news media?

17: Howard’s End: Behind The Fiji Coup

An select group of right-leaning elites were behind, not one, but three coups against elected governments in Fiji. Scoop's John Howard looks at the evidence.

18: Scoop Images: Big Hits A Big Hit In Napier

Photos of some of the action in the Magpies V Scotland night match last night at Mc Lean Park, Napier 27th June. Scotland won 24-7. Images from IMAGE TIME .

19: Scoop Images: Farewell Dover Press Conference

Prime Minister Helen Clark and deputy Labour Leader Michael Cullen at today's press conference in the Beehive to announce the sacking of Maori Affair's Minister Dover Samuels.

20: Clark's indecision has made crisis

Helen Clark has created a crisis for herself by switching ground and undermining the Minister of Maori Affairs, but failing to deliver with his resignation, Acting Leader of the Opposition Wyatt Creech said today.

21: Sludge Report #17 – Dover! – Reader Reaction

In response to…. Sludge Report #16 - Dover, Dover, Dover! … From Christchurch – Congratulations… And The Kennedy Precedent… From an old reporter's notebook: The Moyle Muldoon and Carmen

22: Billionaire’s Name Suppression Overturned

New Zealanders could soon know the identity of the American billionaire caught smuggling marijuana into Auckland airport after the Herald newspaper won their appeal against his name suppression yesterday.

23: SCP HOUSE: Questions Of The Day - 27 June

Today’s Questions concerned the subjects of:. Kyoto Protocol – Clark On Dover Samuels – Immigration Consultants – Children’s Trusts – Whale Sanctuary – Phillida Bunkle On John Howard – Airways Coup – ERB – Biodiversity – TEAC – Public Transport – Northland ...

24: PM Got It Wrong From The Start

"Today's sacking is an admission from the Prime Minister that she made the wrong call from the start," Acting Leader of the Opposition Wyatt Creech said today.

25: New Zealand Herald

Dover’s Early End ? Growth Up - Army Deserter - Ccormick Off Air - Murderous Attack – Chandra-Hills Death - Child Abuse Reporting – Sex Harresment - Pyschiatric Patient Battle - Rings Piracy

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