Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
Yesterday's top 20 rating items on Scoop were...
The Amazon rainforests are not disappearing at an alarming rate, global warming claims are based on propaganda and pseudo-science and environmental groups are receiving tens of millions of dollars from business-backed foundations. In America, they're ...
Peter Jackson's latest movie in progress The Lord Of The Rings was recently given a sneak preview at the 'ShoWEST' Trade Fair in Paris.
On Friday night around 300 political activists, trade unionists, politicians and pro-democracy supporters marched up Queen Street in Auckland in support of an early return to democracy in Fiji.
It is not often I find myself rising in the House to have to say to the right honourable gentleman (Jim Anderton) that I found I agreed with every word he said.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... so it's over for Dover. The post of Minister of Maori Affairs is temporarily vacant - and nobody in this whole sorry business is quite who they pretend to be.
Confusion reigns in Fiji after the military announcement yesterday they have delayed their plans to isolate coup leader George Speight and his men.
New Zealand students make good bullys but are not so proficient at maths and science, say two education studies released over the weekend.
Craig Young, ALRANZ Research Officer, expressed thanks for Libertarianz's support over women's access to RU486 and other possible forms of medical abortion within New Zealand.
SLUDGE ECONOMY SPECIAL: Wassup With Our Vegetable Economy - Why The NZ Economy Has Turned Into A Vegetable
More wet weather is on the way for the North Island with civil defence authorities bracing themselves for further flooding.
Get ready for strikes on Auckland's wharves on July 10, 11, 17 and 18.
12: Gaps? What Gaps?
United New Zealand leader, Hon Peter Dunne, says the Government's vaunted "Closing the Gaps" strategy is no more than meaningless public relations drivel.
Quicken.co.nz is truly one of a kind - the new website launched today by the leading e-finance brand - Quicken - will make financial management easier for New Zealanders.
Maori Activist Tame Iti has denied any connection to a bomb threat made to an Air New Zealand 767 plane on Friday.
On Friday a slightly grumpy C.D. Sludge called for Scoop readers to show solidarity and request Parliament be closed this week - for the school holidays.
We have recently received an unsolicited letter from the National MP Anne Tolley, which raises an important issue about human rights, and their application in this country.
Driver Convicted - Cervical Inquiry Resumes - Flood Claims – Fiji Coup - Estate Verdict - Labour’s Crimes - Todd Allegations - Science Teachers - Lee And Whaling - Twining Gene Found
Tuesday 2000-2001 New Zealand Pacific Economic Outlook Launch, Beehive Foyer, 5.30 pm. Dr Cullen will speak briefly at 6.05pm. He is sponsoring the event. Arthur Andersen is hosting it.
The Misuse of Drugs (Prohibition of Cannabis Utensils) Notice 1999 which takes effect today aims to strengthen prohibition but it is written in a way that may have little effect, says Chris Fowlie, spokesperson for NORML and part-owner of one affected ...
The Deputy Prime Minister, Hon Jim Anderton will be launching Industry New Zealand’s first three initiatives for business and regional development on Tuesday.