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1: UQ Wire: June 10th Press Conference Transcript

First Panel (Members of 9/11 Families) Catherine Austin Fitts Moderator - Introduction Kyle F. Hence - Survey of Questions Julie Sweeney Lorna Brett FAA / Airline Accountability Mary Schiavo, Esq. FAA/Airline Accountability Open Q & A from the Press

2: UQ Wire: It’s Patriotic to Ask Why

On June 10th, a band of concerned citizens came together at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to raise questions about September 11th. They called the meeting the 9/11and Public Safety Conference. Among them were members of families who had ...

3: Poll Watch: Herald DigiPoll Greens Closing On 10%

Labour Down 0.9 to 51.2% (previous polls: Up 2.2 to 52.1% - Down 0.5 49.9%) National Down 0.9 to 24.6% (previous polls: Down 5.5 to 25.7% - Down 2 to 31.2%) Green Up 1.3 to 9.6% (previous polls: Up 0.6 to 8.3% - Up 2.4 to 7.7%) ACT Up 1.3 to 5.7% ...

4: Call for Five Year Moratorium on GMO Release

Five eminent New Zealanders called for a five-year moratorium on the release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) at today's launch of the Sustainability Council of New Zealand.

5: Scoop Images: Jim Anderton On Don’s Bad Hair Day

Lights…. cameras….crane… are we ready…..Steady now...don’t mind the wind Jim...Nearer my god to thee...

6: Greens Coalition With National Huge Concern

Jim Anderton said he was concerned but not surprised the Greens were talking about Coalition with National.

7: UQ Wire: A Controlled Burn

For several weeks now the smart money has been betting that the whirlwind of admissions and apparently damaging leaks about 9/11 has not been an uncontrolled disaster for the Bush Administration but instead has been a managed attempt at a "controlled burn," ...

8: Images: The Debit Card

These images go with Richard's Speech titled, "ACT Leads e-Politics Campaign"

9: Expulsion from the Labour Party

Today the Labour Party has announced their decision to suspend my membership from the Labour Party. They claim to have done this purely because I am standing against Paul Swain (the Labour candidate) in the seat of Rimutaka. However there is more ...

10: Hodgson Response To Sustainability Council On GM

Labour strongly agrees with the sentiments of the newly formed sustainability council of New Zealand but strongly disagrees with their preferred solution, says Research, Science and Technology Minister, Pete Hodgson.

11: Scoop Link: Blairs Butt Of George Michael's Satire

George Michael knows Shoot The Dog represents the biggest risk of his controversial career. Even bigger than his arrest for getting too friendly with a Los Angeles policeman in that now infamous public loo incident.

12: The 911 Evidence that May Hang George W. Bush

The Case Against G.W. Bush: a Preliminary "Hearing" in the Court of Common Sense

13: Sharemarkets Tank As RBNZ Raises Rates Again

The Reserve Bank has raised the Official Cash interest rate by 25 basis points (or 20%) this morning, putting around $30-$50 onto the average monthly mortgage bill.

14: Tube Talk: TV’s New Legal Beagles

Like its top-rating programme, Big Brother , TVNZ sees all and knows all. Last week, I was cyber-spanked by TVNZ for incorrectly stating that new lawyer drama The Guardian is on TV3. (It’s on TV2 on Thursdays at 8.30pm, possums.) By way of contrition, I’ll ...

15: Extension of moratorium a contradiction

“The Life Sciences Network welcomes the establishment of the new Sustainability Council led by Sir Peter Elworthy,” the Chairman of the Life Sciences Network, Dr William Rolleston, said today.

16: Howard's End: ACC Case Management Audit

The Office of the Auditor-General has today confirmed to Scoop that it will conduct a study into the effectiveness and efficiency of ACC's case management processes and procedures. Agony and ACC create a private hell. Maree Howard writes.

17: The New Write 2/7/2002

The controversial youth political website has been relaunched.

18: Sustainability Council Stand On GE Welcomed

Support for Prominent New Zealander's Stand on GE and National Party's 'Rethink' on moratorium. Government urged to release new Liability report.

19: Scoop Satire: Advert. Executive Gene Discovered

Edinburgh: After decades of painstaking and often bitterly contentious experimentation, scientists at The Royal College of Executive Genetic Research believe that they have identified the genetic make up of advertising executives (AdExecs) - long regarded ...

20: Sustainability Council Talks Sense

The voices of Sir Peter Elworthy and the Sustainability Council have added weight to the movement to keep New Zealand GE-Free, Green Party Agriculture spokesperson Ian Ewen-Street said today.

21: Libz - Reluctant Politicians

Below is the Libertarianz party list for their third election since registration in 1996 - as delivered this morning to the Chief Electoral Office in Wellington.

22: We’ve Had Enough And We’re Not Taking Any More

The bleakness of our weather at this time of the year is testimony that this is no time to hold an election.

23: National Will Still Lift GM Moratorium

"National's position on lifting genetic modification moratorium remains unchanged and follows the sound and comprehensive recommendations of last year's Royal Commission," says National Party Leader Bill English.

24: Self-Described Eminent NZers Raise Suspicions

The credibility of Sir Peter Elworthy's grandly named "Sustainability Council" has to be challenged, ACT Environment Spokesman Gerry Eckhoff said.

25: Where Lies The Truth?

3 July 2002 “At a meeting at Greenwood Park Retirement Village last Monday National’s Tony Ryall accused a senior Radio New Zealand journalist of a serious breach of journalistic ethics,” New Zealand First deputy leader Peter Brown said.

26: Donald Outlines Super Policy

Green Party Co-leader Rod Donald today outlined the party's superannuation policy in a speech to a Grey Power meeting in Waikanae, north of Wellington.

27: A Green Paper on New Zealand Defence Strategy

Successive New Zealand governments have discouraged both public debate and public consultation about defence strategy. The result is an absence of any defence strategy, lower defence spending and an increasing specialization in high-risk ground forces.

28: National disinters another retro policy

“Is National planning to fight this entire election campaign on the retrogressive and discredited policies of the 1990s,” Finance Minister Michael Cullen asked today.

29: All NZers Are Paying For Labour's Inaction

"Households and businesses are now paying for Labour's inability to deal with the real issues that will raise New Zealand's long-term, sustainable growth rate," says National Finance spokesman David Carter.

30: UQ Wire: Michel Chossudovsky - Political Deception

Was it an ‘intelligence failure’ to give red carpet treatment to the ‘money man’ behind the 9-11 terrorists, or was it simply ‘routine’

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