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The "colonisation debate" in New Zealand suffers because too few non-Maori New Zealanders know our country's history, and too many Maori know how to exploit that historical illiteracy. The irony is that a film released this year, Feathers ...
In an extraordinary early morning (3.30am ET) development in the US Elections the final result in the State of Florida has been placed in question after the Secretary of State for Florida reported that the winning margin to Texas Governor George Bush ...
(NOTE: The following was received by Scoop at 8.30pm last night when it was thought that George Bush had won.)
In this edition: What Might Become Of The World Under George "Dubya" Bush’s Leadership
The idea of hosting and guesting and the etiquette behind those ideas has existed for centuries, it is not new, says Hon Tariana Turia.
Links galore to US Elections online resources....
Today’s Questions concerned the subjects of: People’s Bank – E-Commerce Summit – The “H” Word – Industry Development – Mining On DOC Land – Te Reo At University – At Risk Children – Export Guarantees – Offending By Parolees – Hong Kong Trade Agreement ...
You’re spinning out; questions about sex, drugs and relationships are are constantly eating away at you but you don’t want to talk to about it - where do you go?
George W. Bush looks likely to win the US Presidential election as vote counting in the State of Florida nears completion.
Images of the NZ exhibition at the 49th Venice Biennale - from Creative New Zealand.
Paraphrased answers to today's questions will be posted in the Scoops wire shortly after 3pm.
Today’s Questions concerned the subjects of: Gloom Merchants (out of order) - Parole Law – The H Word and the PM - Immunisation Strategy – Seasonal Work – Mining on DOC Land – 1080 Slime Spills Patronage Funding – People’s Bank Funding – ACC Medical ...
This is a sense of community spirit that goes well beyond cake stalls and kindergartens as Hutt people can do anything (and have done everything), it seems.
The Misuse of Drugs Amendment Bill (No 4) passed through its final reading last evening, with a rare consensus of the NZ Parliament. Perhaps even more remarkably, the bill introduces evidence to the classification of drugs - in the words of the Minister ...
Southern Cross Cable Network has today announced that final testing of its 30,500km trans-Pacific cable network is underway and all systems are go for the 15 November service date.
Vice President Al Gore has taken Florida in the US presidential elections, giving him 25 vital electoral votes.
US Elections – Trade Deficit – APEC and Trade – Fisher And Paykel – Fiji – West Auckland Reopened – Tramper’s Body Recovered – Israel – SA Dog Bites – TVNZ Earnings – Remote Control Road Safety
On Monday night I had the privilege to hear an address by Hon Mrs Anson Chan, the Chief Secretary for Administration in Hong Kong. She was here as part of a delegation to strengthen trade relationships between our two countries.
"It's an outrage that Labour denied the opportunity for Parliament to officially recognise David Tua's huge success and wish him well for his weekend bout against Lennox Lewis," said Opposition Pacific Affairs Spokesperson Arthur Anae today.
Commerce Commission action against misleading use of small print continued today with the Auckland District Court fining ASB Bank Limited $6,000 for breaching the Fair Trading Act.