Scoop: Weekend Ratings
The top 20 rating items on Scoop over the weekend (Hobbits excluded) were...
Kiwi-born and Amsterdam based stilt walker Emily Buttle wowing crowds last weekend at the Cuba St Festival. Buttle has been on a flying visit to the capital.
Nine hundred riders will compete in the 16th annual Giant Karapoti Classic mountain bike race on Sunday, north of Upper Hutt.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... anybody else found themselves saying a quiet thanks they don't live in Europe right now? As foot and mouth disease courses around the British Isles, putting paid to the ebb and flow of national life, living in the world's most ...
Today's editorial was a cinch. All I had to do was copy & paste a magnificent letter written to the Minister of Police. Its writer forwarded it to me & said I could use it as I saw fit. It is self-contained & self-explanatory. I commend ...
Britons and Europeans are starting to ask that they've done to offend the heavens as a catalogue of dire warnings and a plague of Biblical proportions seems to have descended upon them. I'm glad I live in paradise. John Howard writes.
Hurricane winger Jonah Lomu walks through a few Bulls on his way to score during tonight's victory for the home side at Wellington's WestpacTrust stadium. Photographs by Mark Graham - email@example.com .
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Education Minister Trevor Mallard with, clockwise from top left, George Hawkins, Lianne Dalziel, Parekura Horomia and Phil Goff. Photographs by Mark Graham - firstname.lastname@example.org
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SUPER 12 rugby spluttered into the second round with a dour battle at Eden Park that saw the reigning champions - the Crusaders - toppled 17-12 by the hometown Blues.
The National Party's spokesperson on Defence cannot be taken seriously when he talks of boosting Defence spending, the Minister of Defence Mark Burton said.
The Sludge Story on Airways, obviously written by another of the hundreds of "consultants" paid for with taxpayers' money by the increasingly desperate outgoing management and board of Airways, perpertuates a few myths. We would like to contribute to their ...
SUPER 12 supporters were saved from sleep at WestpacTrust Stadium tonight when what had been a pedestrian game roared to life in the final 15 minutes with a stampeding Jonah Lomu try and a stirring comeback by the Bulls, who in the end were only edged ...
More images from Saturday's Cuba Street Carnival parade in Wellington.
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A new insurance product from The St. Paul, which is aimed at the IT industry, is likely to have huge potential benefits for software and hardware providers alike.
Today the bank balances of every tertiary institution have increased to the advantage of Maori students. The Government has given every TEI a lump sum of money to develop support systems for Maori and Pacific students. Te Mana Akonga; the National Maori ...
MEDIA RELEASE FROM THE FAMILY LAW SECTION OF THE NEW ZEALAND LAW SOCIETY IN RESPONSE TO MICK BROWN’S REVIEW OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CYF SERVICES
As I intimated in this column (9 March), Muriel Newman's "Shared-Parenting" Bill has met with a political response. The government, in the form of Laila Harre (Minister of Women's Affairs), and the New Zealand Law Society, have used standard ...
I am familiar with what the Enterprise Centre is being set up to achieve, and I am very enthusiastic about it.