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Cartoon from Paul McDonald of http://www.political-cartoons.co.nz/ POLITICAL-CARTOONS.CO.NZ
NOTE: Scoop has received the following courtesy of the visible hand…..we do not know whether in fact it is a speech by Rich Poole (we think probably not). Nevertheless it is amusing reading….
The Middle East crisis today had its genesis over eighty years ago, when Western politicians interfered in something they didn't understand. In 1919 US President, Woodrow Wilson said, " To think that I, a son of the manse, should be able to ...
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... well, thanks to the people who emailed me about last week's Hard News and to the people who've mentioned it through the week. And thanks especially to the folks who talked to me about Hard News at Derrick Carter. I love you too ...
National: Up two points to 44 percent support. Labour: down two points to 40 percent. Greens: steady on four percent. ACT: up one point, to four percent. Alliance: unchanged on three percent. New Zealand First: up one to three percent.
As Future Lefts went out last week (Thursday night, for those with short memories) a storm was gathering over an advertisement that appeared in the Thursday Herald, and apparently in the Dominion the following day.
Michael Cullen attended a special ACT caucus on Friday to explain his proposed superannuation scheme. The caucus spent the rest of Friday with Sir Roger Douglas exploring superannuation issues.
National Business Review October 2000 political poll results - including full breakdowns. National 41% no change Labour 36% no change Green 6% down 1 Alliance 5% down 1 NZ First 4% up 1 ACT 3% down 1
ICC knockout final India v New Zealand, 15. 10. 00, Nairobi, Kenya New Zealand wins by four wickets Article: Mathew Loh
This evening (7:20pm 15 October 2000) in Dunedin, New Zealand a gift that grows was given to Prime Minister Helen Clark while she was attending the world premiere of "Southern Journeys" at the Dunedin Town Hall. After PM Clark had entered ...
"The Corrective Party is shocked, horrified, disgusted and appalled at the Giant Phallic Sky Tower in the middle of Auckland!!! This preposterously proportioned erection should be immediately sawn off or otherwise removed before it gives people lustful ...
The ACT Party has been leading the debate over the migration of skilled New Zealanders. ACT has raised the subject of migration because it is the most important issue facing our nation. The young are our future.
THE WELLINGTON Lions ate, chewed and then spat out the imfamous Auckland bogey to make the NPC final with a history-making 46-23 victory at Eden Park tonight.
To mangle a line from "Casablanca": Of all the deli's in all the world I have to live above this one. The men running it are from the Yemen and display the prophet Muhammad's last sermon prominently by the cash register, the way supermarkets ...
There are unconfirmed reports coming out of the US State Department that Iraq has begun to move military forces to the West. The Hammurabi Brigade under the control of the Republican Guard is reported to be involved.
The largest motor yacht of its kind to be built in Australasia slipped into the waters of the upper Waitemata harbour this morning.
Images of the conflict in the Holy Land from INDYMEDIA ISRAEL
The National Organisation for the Reform of Marijuana Laws today issued a health warning that marijuana sprayed by the Police with a deadly poison is being sold in Auckland.
National's challenge and intention for 2002 is to deliver environmental policies that reflect the concerns of mainstream New Zealand, Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley said this evening.
Inflation Rise – Middle East Summit – Solomon Peace Outcomes – G.E. Inquiry – Lyttleton Marina – Cycling Champion – Maori Oil Claim – Legal Battle – Genetic Testing – Ebola – Body Found