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The weekend's top 20 rating items on Scoop (Hobbits excluded) were...
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... it was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The All Blacks, up three tries and 24 points to nil after eight minutes of a painfully important test match. Then, the All Blacks, shuffling around, missing tackles, while ...
SUVA: The French News Agency AFP says the Fiji military is on the verge of sacking the new president and reimposing martial law in a bid to fill a worsening political vacuum, Radio New Zealand International reported today.
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The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) condemned recent attacks by forces under the control of rebel leader George Speight and called on the coup leader to respect the right of the press to work freely. The press in Fiji has been operating without ...
Cannabis law reformers have mixed feelings over the recent "non-criminal" importation of marijuana and hashish by an American billioniare.
Hard News Is Here - Stabber Needed More Treatment - Report - Fiji: Military Starts Over Again? - Reaction To The Universal Benefit Idea - GE Trees Should Be Stopped – Greens - Scoop Arts: LOOP, Poetry Day, Matterhorn - Scoop World: Greenpeace Head ...
Bode to Step Down as Head of Greenpeace International, Significant Challenges Ahead Greenpeace USA struggles to raise funds to pay debt 18 JULY 2000
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Last year, while in opposition, the Alliance website ran a poll asking us who the worst Minister in the Government was. In the unlikely event they ran the same poll now, my answer would be, without a doubt, Matt Robson.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... Labour Finance Minister in boring Budget shock! Well, not quite ... Michael Cullen's maiden Budget was plenty interesting - not least in its disarming fiscal prudence.
Greenpeace today called on Environment Minister Marian Hobbs to put a stop to the field trial application for genetically engineered trees, currently being considered by ERMA (Environmental Risk Management Authority). This request was stated in a letter ...
The Hikoi organised to protest EnviroWaste's plans for a huge MegaDump near Meremere braved rain and wind, marching 50 kilometres from the proposed site at Huntly Downs valley all the way to Ngarawhahia Council chambers.
The Government's cop-out on bee mites last week appears to have stemmed from the Minister of Biosecurity's preoccupation with greenie issues, National's Gavan Herlihy said today.
Marian Hobbs' new found enthusiasm for instant fines for biosecurity infringements demonstrates, yet again, that she is out of touch with her portfolio, National's Biosecurity spokesperson David Carter said today.
The Green Party is urging the minority Labour led Government to reconsider its endorsement of the former National Government's trade liberalisation stance.
Leader of the ACT Party, Hon Richard Prebble, and ACT Party President, Sir Roger Douglas, will hold a joint press conference tomorrow at the completion of the three day Caucus ACTion Retreat. They will be providing commentary and answering questions ...
“Vague indications by the Minister of Social Services and Employment, Steve Maharey, of a move to a universal benefit are doomed, and will cost hundreds of millions of dollars’’ says ACT Welfare Spokesman Dr Muriel Newman.
Labour's plan to introduce a "universal benefit" is a rehash of their 1990 policy. The change is largely semantic. Further the semantics are wrong; this is no more than a step towards a universal benefit. There will still be groups of people ...