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"A positive start," is how Jordan Carter is characterising the response to a counter-campaign to the "Young New Zealanders" who placed advertisements in last week’s daily newspapers.
Over the last ten days or so, newspapers, TV and radio have really started to beat the drums about our economy and the so-called brain-drain. Headlines such as "slippery slope" and " crisis" abound. But I smell a rat - you can call me old, ...
Having come back from visiting my friends overseas, their message to me was that they were never coming home. They said ‘Why would we?’
IN THIS EDITION: Middle East Situation Report – A Question – A Couple Of Answers – Sludge’s Answers – Application Of The Theory
Yet another picture of a Lord of the Rings set has been supplied to Scoop by a friendly Hobbit. This time it appears to show a mountaintop fortress guarded by an eagle statue.
Isn’t it funny how at the same time Yugoslavia overthrows its crazy dictator, Helen Clark decides to become even more autocratic? Has the ghost of Milosevic entered Clark’s body?
"I will never discourage young people from looking for opportunities overseas, because I believe most will come back," said Prime Minister Helen Clark today, in response to scare-mongering over the brain drain during the past week.
Some may see some irony in Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash’s $11,000 pay rise, Prime Minister Helen Clark said today. “I certainly do,” she added.
Today's Questions concern: Jim Vs Jenny On The Kiwi Dollar - Auckland Cardiac Surgery (Where Is Ruth?) – Business Forum – Brain Drain – Cardiac Surgery – Stress At Work – TUF President’s Faith – TranzRail Network – Christopher Truscott – Buddle Finlay’s ...
I am grateful for the ongoing debate regarding the advertisement entitled “A Generation Lost?”. Not for exposing discussion on the politics that may or may not have been used to present the issue. Not for the level of debate it has caused. What it has ...
Paraphrased answers will be posted in the Scoops wire shortly after 3pm.
You could almost feel the pride swelling in the chests of all Australians when IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch bestowed the ‘best ever’ label on the Sydney Olympics.
"The proposed New Zealand Superannuation Fund offers an important opportunity to introduce stability and security into retirement income," Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today.
AT THE EDGE VISION FOR NEW ZEALAND Speech by Kevin Roberts CEO Worldwide Saatchi & Saatchi Co-founder The New Zealand Edge to the New Zealand Resource Law Management Conference Auckland Friday 6 October 2000.
Richard Poole's full page advertisement has resulted in frenzied coalition attacks. Labour's polling says that the loss of skilled New Zealanders is an issue deeply worrying the electorate. Helen Clark has adopted her usual crisis management strategy: ...
Health Minister Annette King says new research findings confirms the need for stronger measures to protect people from exposure to second-hand smoke.
Helen Clark lashes out against top pay rates when it's politically convenient and hopes the public will ignore big pay deals of her own doing, National's Industrial Relations spokesperson Max Bradford said today.
Cartoon from Paul McDonald of http://www.political-cartoons.co.nz/
19: English lazy
National's Finance spokesman Bill English revealed his own laziness today when he accused the Labour-Alliance Government of spending undertaken by his own National colleagues Housing Minister Mark Gosche said today.
The Ministry of Corrections report on Taffy Hotene is touchy-feely psychobabble, said ACT Justice spokesman, Stephen Franks.