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In This Edition: Good Tidings Of Great Joy – To The Barricades - Calling all Cultural Patriots (With The Ultimate LOTR Christmas Present!) – The Plan - And.... The Secret of Scoop’s Success
Latest figures released by the government show that the so-called ‘Brian-drain’ continues unabated with a further 412 Brians leaving for overseas in the last 6 months.
Latest images from the Southern Ocean show the fate of the Minke Whale caught yesterday. It was sampled....
Dr. Seiji Ohsumi, Director General of the Institute of Cetacean Research in Tokyo today referred to Greenpeace as an “eco-terrorist organization” and issued a public statement following the sighting of the Greenpeace vessel Arctic Sunrise in the Antarctic ...
Today's questions of the day concerned: Peace-Keepers To Afghanistan – SAS In Afghanistan – Tania Furlan Murder Witness Payment – Murders And Police Resources – University Entrance / NCEA- Budget Cap/ DEFU – Business Compliance Costs - Dodson Report – Pacific ...
Christmastime – the season of peace and goodwill – has already been marred by murder and mayhem here in New Zealand. Yet our film censor has given an R18 rating to a violent French movie featuring rape, torture and murder of the most brutal kind and ...
AUCKLAND, December 18, 2001 – With holidays looming there a number of ‘quick and simple’ things you can do before you leave for the break.....which will make life easier on your return.
Prime Minister Helen Clark needs to discipline her Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton after his 'loose lips' revealed that the SAS had been deployed to Afghanistan, National's Defence Spokesperson Max Bradford said today.
The idea of separate jails for Maori, is turning the Treaty of Waitangi on its head, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.
By March 2002, the United States Bush administration will be ready to begin construction of silos and a testing command centre for a futuristic and expensive U.S. anti-missile defence shield near Fairbanks in Alaska. This is US Superpower Nuclear Dominance.
The Labour Government is threatening the fundamental tenets of the Resource Management Act, says Forest and Bird.
As excitement builds about the first feature in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, which is receiving rave reviews in London and has its Australasian premiere in Wellington tomorrow, a web-based audio visual that lets people journey through the New Zealand ...
The defensive posture taken by the Higher Salaries Commission over public criticism of politicians pay rises, suggests a disconnect and a tension between society and the modern state, such that the political party who can reconcile that and provide ...
Scoop Update: Season’s Greetings - Satire: Brian Drain Figures Worst Yet - Scoop Is In The House - Under Urgency!- Government Is Seizing the Power To Sack MPs - With Bill of Rights Breaching Bill! - Petitioning Rages On As SAS May Or May Not Get A ...
Amsterdam, 14 th December 2001- Following Greenpeace’s first encounter with the Japanese whaling fleet in Antarctica, the Institute of Cetacean Research (ICR) – a private institute that catches whales under a license from the Fisheries Agency ...
Taxpayers are being 'ripped off' by additional police and security costs of over $31,000 per week at Parliament following the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to National MP Murray McCully.
Earlier today we received the media release below which came as an email message with the subject heading 'NGO support for Hercules'.
In an attempt to get the New Zeal economy moving in a growth-focused directional capacity, Lord High Inquisitor of the Preserved Bank, Reverend Don Crash, is to host a ‘Black Breakfast’, despite such rituals being banned in most national treasuries, ...
Full Screen Size Images of Japanese whaling underway in the Southern Ocean. Minke whale flees a harpoon. A whale is shot. And pulled in to be slaughtered. Greenpeace activists are sprayed with watercannon as they attempt to go to the whales aid.
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ACT leader Richard Prebble says the ACT Party strongly opposes taxpayer money being spent to fund political parties.
Environment Minister Marian Hobbs is putting business concerns ahead of the environment with today's announcement of changes to the Resource Management Act.
Scissors, pocket-knives and other sharp objects that have been relinquished by airline travellers since September 11 are being found a good home.
Edwin Tucker, of Papatoetoe, leaves New Zealand December 27th to begin an expedition to circumnavigate the world by bicycle.
Mr Speaker, I move that the Resource Management (Aquaculture Moratorium) Amendment Bill be now read a first time. At the appropriate time I will move that the Bill be referred to the Primary Production Select Committee with an instruction that the ...
Helen Clark must immediately launch an inquiry into a serious breach of security around the deployment of SAS troops to Afghanistan, says National Leader Bill English.
Green co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons said today proposed changes to the Resource Management Act show the Government has lost its nerve and is rolling over for big property developers.
On Thursday 13 December a further 2521 signatures on the petition for peaceful resolution were presented to parliament in Wellington. More than a hundred people joined the lively march, led by Brass Razoo, from Midland Park down Lambton Quay through parliament ...
General Manager, Government Relations Bruce Parkes said today Telecom was pleased to have completed the process of updating the Kiwi Share as one component of New Zealand¡¦s new framework for regulating telecommunications.
"Last week's reported cumulative $200 million bill for long-term jobless is nothing," says Lindsay Mitchell, Petitioner for a Parliamentary Review of the DPB.