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

1: UQ Wire: DOJ Loses 9/11 Evidence Control Attempt

Synopsis: Judge Asserts Citizen Rights; Will Decide Discovery Issues, but DOJ Gains Seat Next to United Airlines Defense as Lines Now Drawn in First 9/11 Lawsuit. UAL and Justice Attorneys To Be Last Firewall Against Possible Mariani Access To Pre-9/11 ...

2: UQ Wire: DOJ To Attempt Shut Down of 9/11 Evidence

On June 20, Bush Administration officials quietly informed a New York judge of their intention to commence legal actions likely to be far-reaching in their constitutional, political, and individual rights implications pertaining to current lawsuits and ...

3: Poll Watch: ONE News – Labour Slips To 46%

The One News Colmar Brunton Poll broadcast last night is the first showing Labour requiring a coalition with the Greens or NZ First to govern.

4: Read My Lips: Oil Was Well with Harken

"Read My Lips: Oil Was Well with Harken" ( George W's 'Perfect Storm' ) … by Tom Flocco

5: HARD NEWS 13/07/02 - Having Calmed Down

I feel that this week's Hard News was a little too emotional. It was written in the hours after I interviewed Dr Poulter, and I was angry about what had happened. I remain convinced by him and his view that there was no reliable evidence of GM seed ...

6: Scoop Satire: Cloned Newsreaders Go On Rampage!

Authorities were first alerted to the escape after a John Cumpball clone physically assualted a young boy picnicing with his parents in Avalon Park. Witnesses say the clone approached the family as they were settling down to eat.

7: GM Contamination Suspicion Remains Strong

The results and papers released by the Government do not lay to rest the suspicion that GE-contaminated corn was planted and harvested in New Zealand. If anything, they increase the suspicion.

8: HARD NEWS 12/07/02 - It's Wrong

GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... two days ago I was making notes for a Hard News in which I would say, more in sorrow than anger, that a Labour-led government had misled us and broken the law. Turns out, there's no need. Please put aside any question of ...

9: Labour Declares War On New Zealand First

“Last night on television and again this morning the Labour Party, which has become increasingly indignant about the Greens’ GE attack, launched their own attack on New Zealand First. We can expect much more of this over the next two weeks,” New ...

10: The BAD science of Genetic Engineering Part Two

I received two replies on my first article. Both were aggressive attacks on my ability to research and understand science and served as excellent examples of the first line of attack that defenders of the GE faith utilise – question the scientific credentials ...

11: ERMA Corners Government

Auckland, 12 July 2002: Statements made today by Bas Walker the head of ERMA that “at no stage have we said categorically there was no contamination” directly contradict the lines being peddled by Helen Clark and Marian Hobbs since information of the ...

12: Stateside: There Was An Old Lady In London

As you can tell from this column's title, I started writing it in Limerick. The medieval western Ireland city, that is, with its 1197 charter even older than London's. Limerick was the pot of gold at the end of my trip - even magically creating the perfect soundtrack ...

13: NZ Navy Ships Assist Nottingham - Images

HMS Nottingham, HMNZS Endeavour & HMNZS Te Mana at Lord Howe Island. See... Update On NZ Navy Support To HMS Nottingham for background.

14: Real Deal: Edgewood Technology Services (Part One)

The Story of Edgewood Technology Services - (Part One) or… How I Lost $100 Million Discovering Who Makes Money Making Sure the Solari(Popsicle) Index Does Not Go Up

15: Let's Take Back The Election Agenda

The Labour Party has spearheaded the first ever 'phoney' election in New Zealand's 150 years of parliamentary history. It is phoney, not only because the campaign is being manipulated by a political agenda, but also because of the false war being ...

16: Supercomputer Weather: Halong Heads For Kyoto

According to the US Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning center (and the NOAA weather supercomputer) typhoon Halong, a category four typhoon (one level below the top level) is headed directly for the Japanese mainland.

17: This Election Is Wide Open

ACT's tracking polls have accurately predicted the official polls. Our polls predicted ACT breaking 6 percent, before the TV polls did, and we had National down to 24 percent. We have also tracked the rise and fall of New Zealand First.

18: No Loans, No Unions Says Capill

Choice for students, parents and universities is the cornerstone of the Christian Heritage Party Education Policy says party leader Graham Capill.

19: Update On NZ Navy Support To HMS Nottingham

HMNZ Ships Endeavour and Te Mana continue to provide support to HMS Nottingham while she undertakes repairs. Both New Zealand ships are helping the Nottingham with such things as:

20: UQ Wire: Harken Energy - Bush’s No Good Trade

One key trade just a few weeks before Iraq invaded Kuwait -- but reported some eight months late after the Gulf War was over -- netted Bush close to $1 million in profit as he sold stock in Harken Energy, an oil company doing business in the Middle East ...

21: “Immigrants fiddle while Kiwis pay”

From the earliest times in human history, there have been subjects that are strictly taboo. Subjects that no one must speak about.

22: Richard Prebble's Letter from Wellington 15/7/2002

ACT's daily tracking polls saw Labour crash to 38% last Thursday and National jump to 31%. TV1's poll has ACT at 8% - 10 ACT MPs.

23: What’s the next “revelation” going to be?

Scientists and members of the Life Sciences Network are waiting with baited breath to see what the next big anti-GE "revelation" is going to be during the election campaign.

24: One Country - Winston Peters Speech

One Country, One Nation, One People Ladies and Gentlemen: First of all, may I ask you a few questions? Please raise your hand if your answer is yes.

25: Howard's End: World Financial Blowout Matters Here

While most of New Zealand seems to be satisfied with the smoke and mirrors of Paintergate, Corngate and political spin, some of us have been taking notice of the more mundane things in life - like New Zealand's economic survival in a global financial meltdown. ...

26: UQ Wire: DOJ To Attempt Shut Down of 9/11 Evidence

On June 20, Bush Administration officials quietly informed a New York judge of their intention to commence legal actions likely to be far-reaching in their constitutional, political, and individual rights implications pertaining to current lawsuits and ...

27: Four Anti-Capitalists To Contest Elections

A member of the executive of an international coalition of national liberation and radical organisations; a former soldier and factory worker turned teacher; a longtime union activist and executive member of the National Distribution Union; and a former ...

28: Papers Show Industry Too Close To GE Corn Story

Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons said today she was concerned that papers released by the Government over the weekend showed industry were involved in shaping the way the GE corn story was presented to the public.

29: Scoop Interactive: Scoop's GE Honours Survey

Who do you think most deserves to be honoured this coming New Year for their contribution to the GE Debate?

30: Green’s ‘Teletubbies’ Policy On New Prisons

The Greens are living in the land of Teletubbies if they think that New Zealand can afford not to have new regional prisons, Corrections Minister Matt Robson says.


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