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Yesterday's top 30 rating items on Scoop were...


1: Sludge Report #127 - The Hunt For Flight 77

In This Edition: The Hunt For Flight 77 - A Truly Remarkable French Website - Disinformation Warning! - Not Everyone Is Convinced - Eyewitness Reports Of The Crash….

2: Sludge Report #129 – Great Pics, But No Flight 77

“Moment of impact at Pentagon” screams the headline. And startling new pictures all right (Why haven’t we seen these before!). But hold it a second. There is still no plane!

3: Transcript: “Earth Shattering” World Bank Scoop

Transcript of Interview of Greg Palast, Journalist for BBC and Observer, London, by Alex Jones

4: Flight 77 Mystery A Disinformation Campaign

"Then, when the government hands out photos of the actual impact taken by a security camera, the same media will work hard to dismiss all critics of the government, indeed the internet community as a whole, as not worthy of serious note. Intelligence ...

5: Michelle! Your Horse Is Sick

Desperation. Michelle Boag describing National as “a horse that's been training hard”, and “fit for a sprint down the home straight”. Really? Polls show the poor beast's weighted down, can hardly drag its sorry hooves to the starting gate.

6: March Plans Hot Up For "Wake Up Auckland"!

"The Wake Up Auckland" campaign looks forward to a large and enthusiastic march on Saturday 16 March. The march will leave sharp at 11 am at Queen Elizabeth Square and will proceed to Myers Park for a rally and concert.

7: Scoop Images: 757 or F16? You Be The Judge Image Highlighting The Plane That Hit The Pentagon...

8: Scoop Links: US Nuclear Weapons Hit List

U.S. Nuclear Plan Sees New Weapons and New Targets - Nuclear Targeting Draft Shifts Focus From Russia - U.S. Works Up Plan for Using Nuclear Arms - US 'has nuclear hit list' - DoD Statement on Nuclear Posture Review

9: Tul Karm - Report From Within & Israelis Protest

[1] A report on what is still going on in Tul Karm right now [2] Israeli peace activists on their way to protest as near as they can come to Tul Karm

10: Scoop Feature: The Background To 911 Is Oil

The myth of perpetual American prosperity is destroyed by this layman-friendly analysis of the global oil picture and the hard choices facing the planet. Enron employees are only adding to a list of innocent American victims that is going to increase ...

11: David Bellamy Toasts West Coast Win

Today world-renowned ecologist Dr David Bellamy met with activists from Native Forest Action (NFA) in Hamilton to celebrate the campaign which saved 130,000ha of publicly-owned native forests from further logging.

12: New antibiotic to fight "superbugs" in New Zealand

A new antibiotic - heralded as one of the greatest breakthroughs in the fight against "superbugs" or MRSA - is now available to help New Zealand specialists combat serious antibiotic-resistant infections.

13: West Coast Revels In Wildfoods Festival

Toilet paper producing companies would have done a roaring trade at last weekend’s Hokitika’ Wildfoods festival, according to Festival organiser Mike Keenan. “This year we had more wild and wonderful food stalls than ever but it can take its toll ...

14: Sludge Report #130 – Flt 77, Searching For Answers

In This Edition. Flight 77: The Search For An Answer - Link: CNN Is Looking for More Pentagon Impact Pictures.

15: Prebble Red-Carded

"Rugby World Cup negotiations is not a legitimate function of government, despite Richard Prebble's sudden interest," said Libertarianz deputy leader Richard McGrath today. "Although it is true that the IRB display all the bumbling ineptness ...

16: HARD NEWS 08/03/02 - Going to Hell

GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... can we make it official now? The United States of America is in the hands of a bunch of dangerous lunatics. First, the nonsensical threat of a military war against a so-called "Axis of Evil". Now, it's a trade war against ...

17: Fringe NZ Listings For Friday 8th March

Fringe NZ Outdoor Events Fringe NZ and Dulux Murals on the Fringe, James Smith Corner

18: Kiwi Makes Flight To Intl. Gaming Developer Conf.

Tim Nixon is taking his first trip to California this month, thanks to a generous sponsorship grant from Electronic Arts (EA) NZ. The 19-year-old student is making history as the only student from the Asia Pacific region, and one of only 25 applicants ...

19: Bethlehem University Attacked in Israeli Incursion

It seems the Sharon government is in a hurry to cause as much destruction as possible before being stopped by effective international pressure. Just after we sent the Tul Karm message we received the following.

20: INVESTIGATION: Sept 11th - Unanswered Questions

Within a few months, the events of Sept. 11th, 2001 became but an echo of the events that followed. War in Afghanistan, anthrax, unprecedented powers of detention: the public mind moves from one shock to another, appearing to accept the government’s ...

21: PM opens National Park on Stewart Island

Prime Minister Helen Clark today said the creation of Rakiura National Park will protect Stewart Island’s untouched natural and scenic beauty for future generations.

22: Richard Prebble's Letter from Wellington

ACT will take centre stage this weekend with the party's annual conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel (formerly the Centra) in Auckland. Being the first party to hold its annual conference gives ACT an advantage - that's why we do it.

23: NZ Should Be A Rugby World Cup Host

It is important that New Zealand does host the Rugby World Cup so that New Zealanders can have the opportunity to see the games played live, National Leader Bill English said today.

24: Intl. Women’s Day Letter to Helen Clark On Peace

Dear Helen, I am writing this letter on International Women's Day 2002, to again urge you and your government to reconsider your support for the war against the people of Afghanistan, in particular because of the consequences for women and children.

25: NZ Post Now Desperate With Franchisees

ACT Finance spokesman Rodney Hide said today that NZ Post's revised offer to franchisees showed New Zealand Post was now desperately behind schedule with the roll-out of Kiwibank.

26: Fiji: Media Lacks Business Expertise, Says Boyd

SUVA (Pacific Media Watch): Businessmen implicated in Fiji's May 2000 coup could have been identified if local journalists understood and were fully aware of the political and economic development before and after the crisis, the Sunday Times ...

27: Chris Sanders: The Unsustainable Nation

If any of us had known before the 11th of September just what was getting ready to happen, buying volatility would have been an obvious trade to do. We didn’t know, and didn’t buy. In the run up to the events in mid September, volatility in stocks ...

28: Stateside With Rosalea: Politics And Art

Well, you can't say that Scoop doesn't bring you the real scoop or that Mama Rosa doesn't deliver the good oil. Didn't she tell you - at the time of the very first debate between the Republican candidates hoping to run for Governor of California ...

29: Greens Challenge Tegel To Open Up Factory Farms

Green MP Sue Kedgley welcomed today's confirmation from Tegel's national vet that antibiotics used in their chicken feed make chickens grow faster, and is challenging Tegel to open up its factories to journalists and the public.

30: Chris Sanders Seminar: The Illiquid Economy

The working title of our seminar today is The Illiquid Economy. The title was intended to convey the sense of one of the most important characteristics of today's dollar-based international reserve system.

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