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1: Sludge Report #24 – Jerusalem and Jeremiah

In Today’s Edition: Dover Samuels – And did those feet in ancient time…Jerusalem And Jeremiah - Speight Deep In It –- A Panegyric On The Role Of The Official Spokesperson (From A Grumpy Hack)

2: Privacy Attacks - $100 Reward Offered

"Governments intends to monitor e-mail in order to stop crime," notes Libertarianz spokesman Michael Koziarski. "I have two major problems with that," he says, "and a reward."

3: SCP HOUSE: Questions Of The Day – 25 July

Today's Questions concern: Heart of the Nation Report – Superannuation x 2 – Helen Clark on ERB – Clark On Samuels – Homework Centres – Heart Of The Nation Report - Paliative Care – Treaty Settlements – Student Fees – GM Food Labeling – Health Reform ...

4: Richard Prebble's Letter from Wellington

Liberty and property are again at risk when Parliament resumes tomorrow for an epic five week session. The Employment Relations Bill will be reported back, which, with the Greens’ support, will be rammed through under urgency. The new ACC Bill will ...

5: Women And Alcohol

She has a glass or two of wine and feels it go straight to her head. He has the same amount to drink and feels fine.

6: Death of Private Leonard Manning in East Timor

Prime Minister Helen Clark today extended her sympathy and deepest condolences to the family of Private Leonard Manning, who was killed yesterday in a gun battle with bandits in East Timor.

7: Questions Of The Day - Tuesday, 25 July 2000

Today's questions for oral answer by Ministers. Answers will be published shortly after 3pm in the Headlines Wire.

8: Scoop Images: Springboks Test Action Shots (2)

Toddy calms things down...and...the All Black at the centre of the storm of the moment, Tana Umaga ....Images from IMAGE TIME

9: Parekura Horomia appointed Maori Affairs Minister

Prime Minister Helen Clark announced today that the Labour caucus had elected Hon Parekura Horomia as the next Minister of Maori Affairs.

10: Scoop Images: Springboks Test Action Shots (1)

All Black lock rising high above the pack...Boks throwing the man and the ball...No stopping Justin Marshall...Springboks clearing the ball... Images from IMAGE TIME

11: Media Flash - Monday, July 24, 2000

Inside 'Media Flash' This Week * $50,000 PIRACY SETTLEMENT: Next Media Nabbed * PUBLIC RELATIONS - INDONESIAN-STYLE: Media Flash's Correspondent Tells * TOP DROP'S COP SHOP: PR Firm To Build 'Police Station' * PERSONALISED TRIVIA: Which company manufactures ...

12: Commentary: Fiji's ironies and muddled myths

SUVA: One of the ironies of embattled Fiji is that today is Constitution Day. But there is no constitution - the multiracial document was abrogated by decree by the then military regime on May 30 at the start of martial law.

13: Mad Dog Control Legislation Urgently Needed!!!

"ARF is a party in crisis. We feel desperately sorry for Artful Dodger Rugless, who has tried and failed to stop the antics of Preb-Bull Terrier tactics.

14: Bank Customers Lobby Group Meets With Ministers

The Bank Customer Action Collective are attending a meeting in parliament with the Minister of Commerce and The Minister of Consumer Affairs late this afternoon and early tomorrow morning. Non effective compliance enforcement through the Banking ...

15: Food Authority Blocks Community Groups From Forum

Consumer groups are calling for New Zealand to quit ANZFA (Australia and New Zealand Food Authority) after being locked out of an Auckland meeting being promoted by ANZFA as a 'community forum'.

16: Commentary: We don't care about the modern world

SUVA: A question for you from Fiji. There's a special prize. Who said: "We don't care about the modern world, we don't have to abide by what the modern world wants. It is right for the Fijians."?

17: Orion Report Shows Defence Is Misleading Public

A report released today by researcher Nicky Hager shows that defence has been presenting deliberately misleading information to try to win government approval for new combat equipment for the Air Force's Orions. The report presents proof that the "Project ...

18: Keep Your Head Down Dover Says Clark

Prime Minister Helen Clark has categorically denied knowledge of new rape allegations made against former Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels, after Mr Samuels blamed her office for leaking the claims.

19: Police Cybersnooping Proposal Open To Abuse

Information and Associate Justice Minister Paul Swain's proposed expansion of Police powers to allow them to lawfully intercept emails is wide open to abuse.

20: Project Sirius - Why it should be cancelled

The government is facing its next major defence decision shortly: whether to spend hundreds of millions on new equipment for the Air Force Orions. Nicky Hager's report on Project Sirius argues it should be cancelled..FULL REPORT..

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