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New controls in National Parks for filming must not attempt to censor New Zealand's burgeoning film creative industry, says National's Nick Smith.
Today's questions of the day concerned: DHB Deficits – Business Confidence – Susan Bathgate – Afghanistan – Nurses Strike – NZ Education Performance – Major General Dodson & Ron Marks x 2 – Susan Bathgate - Centre’s of Excellence – Cancer Drugs ...
After what seemed like a desperate last ditch crank on a flat battery, summer has kicked into life in Auckland (for the moment at least).
For more than a year it has been discussed in the media and the political and military system: is what is going on between Israel and the Palestinians a war, or is it just "fighting"? Early this morning, the question has been resolved: it is war indeed.
New Zealand Post will release its world exclusive stamp issue The Fellowship of The Ring on 4 December, celebrating the first movie in The Lord of The Rings trilogy.
The Segway scooter, revealed yesterday after intense online speculation as to what IT actually is, amazingly defies gravity - because although it's on wheels it won't fall over!
This morning Scoop HQ received what looks likely to be the first of many copies of the latest global virus, Goner. Goner pretends to be screensaver, and, according to the experts is rivalling the Lovebug in its rate of infection in the Northern ...
"Power is nothing without control" reads an advertising billboard for a multinational tyre company close to Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Walking past it on the final days of the World Trade Organisation ministerial meeting in Qatar, Pirelli™s ...
New Zealanders are being urged to buy NZ-made when they do their Christmas shopping this year.
1. Hon ROGER SOWRY to the Minister of Health: What is her response to the latest Public Health Financial Statistics which recorded a provisional operating deficit for district health boards of $42.3 million for the September 2001 quarter, and is ...
The Prime Minister’s decision to keep Tariana Turia in her job, despite breaking fundamental ministerial rules, is yet another example of the Labour Party running the country via opinion polls.
In the lead up to the release of the December Economic and Fiscal Update, market economists are taking a hard look at the Government's accounts - and they don't like what they are finding.
"A place where people can air their prejudices in a non-judgmental environment" is how Sebastian Brained describes the newly opened Racist Support Group offices in Khandallah. The idea came to Mr Brained after a dispute in a bar over an alleged ...
In the aftermath of the suicide bombings in Jerusalem, CNN and other major North American networks were inundated with several Israeli public relations icons placing blame squarely on the head of Palestinian National Authority President Yasser Arafat. ...
The Season of Joy, Goodwill and Dodgy Excuses has arrived. As promised, the girls and me went to Indigo for the “Christmas on the Rocks” gig last hot Friday. While we watched Five Car Pileup’s Reta le Quesne take the stage in a tight leopard-print ...
Farmers need to be extremely wary of the explanations for signing up to Kyoto and global warming touted by Energy Minister Pete Hodgson, ACT Rural Affairs Spokesman Owen Jennings said today.
Green MP Keith Locke is inviting Foreign Affairs Minister Phil Goff to speak out against Israel's assault on the Yasser Arafat's Palestinian Authority.
"The connection between the wrongful accessing of Ron Mark's confidential and military files and the purpose for which they were used has become very obvious with today's statement from Communications Trumps," according to New Zealand First ...
The war goes on like a tidal wave. War in the air, war on the ground, war in Afghanistan, war in the Middle East and war in Indonesia. Mind you, you’ll never guess there is war in Indonesia, the media has not been reporting it much.
I’m going to vent my spleen this week. I need to purge all the recent little poisonous moments that have occurred to my loved ones before the weekend arrives, at which point I expect the Season of Joy and Goodwill to descend upon Wellington in a cheerful ...
The Palestinian Leadership, headed by President Yasser Arafat, held an urgent meeting around noon yesterday to consider and study the serious and dangerous situation following the operations and the bombings in Israel which targeted the Israeli civilians in ...
Forty-five applications have been received for a share of the Government’s new $60m fund to build Centres of Research Excellence in the tertiary education sector, Associate Education (Tertiary Education) Minister Steve Maharey said today.
The New Zealand Property Institute CEO, Conor English, said today that the Institute would be taking a close look at the professional indemnity insurance available to valuers and other property professionals.
Jenin: Israeli F-16 shelled headquarters of President Arafat in Jenin, the Governorate and Police Directorate. Several Palestinian homes, which locate near the bombarded targets, were also damaged in the air strike.
SLAB International, an audio innovator and flat panel speaker pioneer, has received its first comprehensive UK patent, as well as finalising a 'very pleasing' cross licensing arrangement with NXT, a UK-based flat panel speaker developer.
The first round of ACC premium hikes has exposed the government's failure to honour its claim that it could match private sector accident insurance, says ACT's ACC spokesman Ken Shirley.
Disabled people around the world are expected to benefit with the announcement in America today of a new high-tech self-balancing people mover which mimics the human body's ability to balance itself. Maree Howard reports.
The case of a father cut off from his children because of the injustice of the Family Court and the actions of a child psychologist has prompted ACT Social Welfare Spokesman Dr Muriel Newman to renew her call for a comprehensive inquiry into the Family Court.
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"The serious misconduct of senior psychologist Prue Vincent, who appears to have convinced a child that they had been sexually abused by their father when they had not, is nothing new and is indeed a common occurrence in the psychological 'profession'", ...