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Radio Active 89FM hits NZ Music Quotas both locally and internationally Continuing to support the scene as it has for near on 25 years, Radio Active 89FM raises NZ music to the world stage. Never compromising quality, Radio Active 89FM has long ...
After a week of bad weather, Mt Ruapehu awoke to clear blue skies on Sunday morning and the best snow cover since the 1995 eruptions.
A couple of Saturdays ago, ABC-D (for Disney, the parent company) aired what seemed to be George II's version of a royal command performance. Ford's is, of course, the theatre from which Abraham Lincoln was carried unconscious after an actor shot him ...
Scoop readers know that I stand for justice and fairness and that includes for the people where I live in on West Coast. For a moment, let's forget about mining, logging and the other extractive industries and focus on words like discrimination, marginalisation, ...
It is as if the biggest kid on the block has told the police to back off in an increasingly brutal street fight – but wishes to somehow assert that it is not itself taking sides.
IN THIS EDITION - FIJI COUP SPECIAL: How Do You Negotiate With A Psycopath? - If This Was A Telemovie - We Haven't Yet Got To The Bottom Of Who Is Behind This! - Conclusions
There’s more than a hint of panic in the latest absurdity to spring from Jeanette Fitzsimons’ media advisors on the GM debate the Chairman of the Life Sciences Network, Dr William Rolleston, said tonight.
More images from the MacKenzie Basin area taken by Norman Mackay .
ADDRESS BY MICHELLE BOAG, PRESIDENT, NZ NATIONAL PARTY. NORTHERN CLUB, AUCKLAND, MONDAY 27 AUGUST, 7.15 AM.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES - a community rises in anger, crowding the local hall to demand justice and jobs for its children. People call each other stupid and gutless - and that's just the politicians. Yes, the West Coast is back in the news.
If you are working in middle or upper management of government or business, one in twenty of you is likely to be an organisational psychopath and you are causing untold grief to your fellow Kiwi's and costing this country millions of dollars. ...
Hey Sister! today announced it has signed Big Brother star Jemma Gawned to be the face of its brand. Jemma, too modest to shower without lingerie on the “real-time” television programme, was featured wearing a Hey Sister! Polka Dot lingerie set on ...
New Zealand’s biggest company will be called Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd, its Chairman, John Roadley, announced today.
The first day of polling has shown that there are major problems with the conduct of elections.
Pilot Medicals – Trade Surplus – Power Bills – Health Industrial Action – National Caucus – Burton Trial – Simpson Trial – Bus Driver Appeal – Fisheries Quotas – Asylum Seekers – GE Action – Buried Alive – Afghan Detainees
A former prime minister of Korea, and the World Trade Organisation's next leader, H.E. Dr Supachai Panitchpakdi, will be among international guests at the Asia 2000 Foundation's Asia Forum in Auckland next month.
Occasionally it pays to go back to the old ways, to visit the vaults, to dip one’s toe in history.
We would like to invite you to a public meeting and debate on Monday August 27th, 7.30 pm at the Memorial Theatre, Students Union, Victoria University, where British author Michael Rowbotham will debate with Michael Reddell, Chief Manager, Financial ...
Mother of five and Wellington City Council Lambton Ward candidate, Jo Coughlan, today said that Wellington needs Virgin Blue to fly to and from the city.
ACT Justice Spokesman Stephen Franks is asking the Race Relations Conciliator to audit public utterances made by Human Rights Commissioners in the past few years so that the public can be satisfied the Commission is untainted by racism.
Market leader BP today said motorists won’t find another service station with a better price than BP.
The Green Party has launched its 'Councils should buy local' campaign today with bouquets and brickbats for New Zealand's local bodies.
Co-leader of the Green Party Jeanette Fitzsimons has welcomed the offer from the LifeSciences Network today to extend the voluntary moratorium on applications to release genetically engineered organisms.
"True devolution of power to citizens and their communities and an end to coercion against them" is how Libertarianz leader and Coromandel candidate Peter Cresswell proudly described the positive local government policy proposals in the Libertarianz ...
The voluntary moratorium on applications for release and field testing of genetically modified organisms will be extended to October 31, Environment Minister, Marian Hobbs and Science Minister, Pete Hodgson, announced today.
Transcript of the comments Helen Clark made on Air New Zealand at her regular post cabinet press conference, 27 Aug.
A group of Wellingtonians will gather at Parliament at the same time as West Coasters arrive to meet Sandra Lee.
The Department of Conservation today announced plans to replace three backcountry huts in the West Coast Conservancy thanks to extra Government funding for visitor facilities. These huts are planned to be replaced as part of the Department’s hut ...
New Zealand First Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters, is again highlighting the nepotistic tendencies of Attorney General Margaret Wilson over the resignation of Ella Henry.
"Damien O'Connor supports the job-destroying Resource Management Act, and the people of the West Coast should throw him off their protest march," suggested Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath today.