Scoop: Daily Ratings
TO CHANGE MY SCOOP OPTIONS OR UNSUBSCRIBE FROM THIS
Yesterday’s top 30 rating items on Scoop were...
After half an hour of watching Judy Bailey holding back the tears, or reporters shivering as they stand outside Parliament delivering some poorly researched speculation dressed up like a story, even TV2’s inane Big Brother looks like a tempting alternative.
The Electoral Commission today announced its allocations of election broadcasting time and funds to political parties for next month’s general election.
The results of a new British study suggest the recreational drug Ecstasy impairs memory and the ability to visually discern patterns, researchers claimed yesterday.
Labour should reveal all secret payouts before the election, so the public can see they didn't deliver on their promise, National Leader Bill English said today.
Transcript of Mike Ruppert – From The Wilderness on KPFK Radio - http://www.fromthewilderness.com - http://www.kpfk.org/
With the forthcoming election there is really little, except for ideological thinking, to differentiate between any of the major parties.
Labour's "follow the leader" website, in true Helengrad style, tries to force its agenda on anyone who sees it, say youth group ACTivists.
The Government is making no progress on the secondary teachers' pay dispute, particularly since Helen Clark announced last week there would be no more money available, says National Leader Bill English.
“Concern that French children’s attitude to sex is being warped by early exposure to hard-core pornography” is the subject of a recent news report in the Guardian newspaper. The report entitled “Porn sways French children”, goes on to state that ...
ACT Finance Spokesman MP Rodney Hide said today that Epsom voters overwhelmingly support tougher sentencing, taxes lower than Australia, and one law for all New Zealanders.
We have had about 35 cm's of snow today, and its still snowing here at 11.00pm... All the roads are closed because of the amount of snow that has built up locally. The grader was here earlier today, but you wouldn't know it because of the vast amount ...
“The Greens have proven themselves to be nothing more than a gaggle of high happy, hippy hoboes through their determination to have New Zealand become a Cannabis Castle in the South Pacific”, said New Zealand First Leader and MP for Tauranga, Rt Hon ...
Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that Act MP Muriel Newman should in future take a cold shower before she considers putting out stupid statements on payouts to state servants.
Jim Anderton has welcomed an invitation to join the Progressive Coalition and lead it into the 2002 election.
Helen Clark's claim that Labour won't go into coalition with the Greens has no credibility, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.
18 June 2002 Education Minister Trevor Mallard predicted that later today Bill English and Nick Smith will announce that they would be prepared to totally capitulate to the PPTA in the current dispute.
JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabia announced its first al-Qaida-related arrests since Sept. 11 and said Tuesday it was holding 11 Saudis, an Iraqi and a Sudanese man behind a plot to shoot down a U.S. military plane taking off from a Saudi air ...
ACT leader Richard Prebble has welcomed Rodney Hide's decision not to campaign for the constituency vote in Epsom.
ACT New Zealand President Catherine Judd announced today that ACT would be asking voters for party votes only, ending speculation that high-profile MP Rodney Hide would contest the seat of Epsom.
featuring The Black Seeds and Cornerstone Roots (Raglan) live plus DJs Duke Willis (Sounds Almighty Aotearoa) and Toby Nairobi (Soul Emergency)
21: Election Money
I am writing the CTU as a member of the Labour Party and former Chair of the Rimutaka Labour electorate committee.
Below are links to Real Player files of the audio for the press conference held on June 10th in Washington D.C. to launch the UnansweredQuestions.org website.
ACT MP Dr Muriel Newman today accused the Government of hypocrisy over its stance on secret payouts.
The Chairman of the Life Sciences Network has taken issue with the results of a Green Party poll on the GE question.
Secondary teachers would react to National’s pay offer, announced today, with deep scepticism, PPTA president Jen McCutcheon said today.
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 ...
I recently met a Chinese politician who was described to me as “one of China’s young, new breed of future leaders.”
The phrase ‘golden handshake’ has become a misnomer. It is particularly misleading when used in the context of payments made to public sector workers over the last three years as referred to in media reports, PSA national secretary Richard Wagstaff ...
The price of gold and gold stocks is sky-rocketing with Central banks across the world coming in for severe criticism for the way they have sold official gold reserves, although in a disguised form. Maree Howard writes.
19 June 2002 Associate Minister of Education (Tertiary Education) Steve Maharey, and Rimutaka MP Paul Swain announced today that the Heretaunga campus, located in Upper Hutt, is to become a multi-campus education facility for the education of international ...