The Top 20 rating items on Scoop today were…
We frequently hear these days about the plight of the middle class, or the middle classes. But who are the middle classes? Are they simply those people (or households?) who earn between the median income and the 90th or 95th percentile? Can we really ...
The long range forecast from Weather Workshop for all of New Zealand to midnight Tuesday:
Scoop's Fraser Rolfe attends a days proceedings at the Scott Watson trial and finds the defence is still pushing the "mystery ketch" theory.
There is a new media revolution under way. You may not notice it if you are still getting the bulk of your information from Richard or Judy or Carol and John - or even the daily newspapers. John Howard reports.
The government of Afghanistan is waging a war upon women. The situation is getting so bad that one person in an editorial of the Times compared the treatment of women there to the treatment of Jews in pre-Holocaust Poland.
The Winebox decision announced in the High Court in Auckland today represents a victory for all New Zealand taxpayers, said the New Zealand First Leader, Winston Peters.
But – as we now know – key elements of the two old parties in Parliament didn’t want an inquiry and had everything at their disposal to stop it, including the support of some elitist members of the business world and significant elements of the media, ...
This morning Native Forest Action campaigners are protesting outside the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Lower Hutt, to draw attention to questionable connections between the CAA, Timberlands and its PR company Shandwick over a case in which a Native Forest ...
It is a very significant day, not only because we have among us the Leader of New Zealand First, the Right Honourable Winston Peters, but also because the High court in Auckland will soon release its findings into what is commonly referred to as the ...
The top 20 rating items on Scoop yesterday were...
“Who the hell is NZUSA to criticise the Government’s new Bright Future programme?” is the response from Victoria University Young Nationals spokesman Philip Rennie to NZUSA’s bizarre criticisms.
FORMAL COMPLAINT TO BE MADE TO PUBLIC RELATIONS INSTITUTE OVER TIMBERLANDS' PR CAMPAIGN ON FRIDAY MORNING
“I agree with Ms Fitzsimons. The fight for the Coromandel seat is going to be a two-way race, but it involves the Labour candidate and myself, not her,” said Coromandel MP Murray McLean today
Hollywood couple Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke are tipped to be part of the Lord of The Rings when filming begins on October 11.
Monarch butterflies cavorted while individuals clad in biohazard suits carried products such as Milo, Milky Bar and Kit Kat, said by Nestle to possibly contain G.E. ingredients.
New Zealand magazines are again in big demand on the country's newsstands. New circulation figures out today reveal kiwis are reading more magazines, and showing a stronger interest in local rather than imported titles.
Green Party Co-Leader Jeanette Fitzsimons today called on National MP Murray McLean to "come clean" and release the survey results he claims to have for the Coromandel electorate.
The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party respond to comments in Jonathan Hill's column yesterday that the ALCP have little credibility and are a political sideshow. Here Adria Picot documents some policies.
Education Minister Nick Smith today launched Te Puna, the National Library's new on-line information access system and announced that he had approved the National Library's restructuring plan.
Native Forest Action has today challenged people speaking in the media about Secrets and Lies to read the book before opening their mouths.