Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
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Yesterday's top 20 rating items on Scoop were....
Jim's job machine won't work. So disappointing, such an oppportunity for regional development, but just the wrong model! The publicity so far omits all mention of the best banking models for financing small businesses and it looks unfortunately ...
Trainee FBI agents in America are, for the first time, focusing on the role played by Hitler's police during the Holocaust as part of their training. John Howard reports.
All Black coach Wayne Smith regrets the delay in announcing the All Black team for Saturday's test with Australia. "I'm really sorry, but it's not my fault," an angry Smith said today.
The following are a series of colourful quotations made by members in the NZ Parliament. As can be seen, the remark made by Grant Gillon on Tuesday is not the first offensive remark made in the house linking members and animals.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... it's the season when we need to visit our local pharmacist. To top up on Vitamin C, get advice on which cold and flu remedies are right for us - and to send muckraking faxes to the Parliamentary press gallery.
Charlie Dempsey, the Kiwi responsible for South Africa losing it’s bid to hold the 2006 soccer world cup final, was allegedly offered a gift by German interests in return for the guarantee of his vote, the Irish Times Newspaper reports.
Crumbling to pressure from rebel leader George Speight, the Fijian military will dissolve the new Qarase Government on Thursday and hand over power to a new President, yet to be selected.
Oceana soccer head Charlie Dempsey, 79, has bowed to pressure from colleagues and will retire early from his position.
The German Football Association (DFB) and the world´s football governing body, FIFA, are considering taking legal action against the representatives of the German satirical magazine "Titanic" whose falsified letters sent to the members of the FIFA ...
A Greenpeace photographer caught these shots of a Minuteman II missile launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base - part of the US government's failed Star Wars test on 7 July.
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It is unacceptable that taxpayers money has been spent on a report that may never see the light of day, says National's Culture & Heritage spokesperson Simon Upton.
Inside 'Media Flash' This Week * CRIKEY! E-Mags Fight It Out * NOT AGAIN! Competitor Number Five Enters Melbourne's Diamond Valley * HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Sydney's Torch Group Celebrates ... And Recalls The Bombing * ALL THE WINNERS: Australian Suburban Newspapers' ...
The man behind New Zealand's first comprehensive mp3 site says today's official launch marks the start of an exciting new era for New Zealand music.
Staunch, the Alliance youth wing, held it's first national gathering over the weekend, and elected two spokespeople, Tom Haig and Julie Fairey. Over twenty youth activists from around Aotearoa-New Zealand met in Wellington, enlivening the fusty halls of ...
Zürich, 7 July 2000 - In a reaction to rumours and speculation circulating after the FIFA Executive Committee had awarded the 2006 World Cup to Germany, FIFA has been in close liaison with the German Football Association (DFB) in an attempt to ...
A gloriously re-tinted early New Zealand feature film, The Bush Cinderella, will screen in the Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin Film Festivals this July.
A great opportunity was lost yesterday to spread the benefits of sports internationalism more evenly around the world when FIFA voted against awarding the 2006 soccer World Cup to South Africa in favour of Germany. The dramatic final vote, in which the New ...
Zurich, 5 July 2000 - The FIFA Executive Committee has approved the following system to select the host country of the 2006 FIFA World Cup ™:
Amidst the somewhat predictable cries of concern that coincided with the six-month anniversary of the Sale of Liquor Amendment Act, it was heartening to see the Minister of Youth Affairs demonstrating a laudable degree of perspective on the issue of youth ...