Scoop Today - Yesterday's Top 20
The top 20 rating items on Scoop yesterday were...
What would you think if....the person sitting at the desk next to you was to stand up right now and began yelling profanities, 'head-butting' their monitor or pick up their PC and throw it to the ground?
Militia leaders are saying let the UN troops die of malaria while Indonesian troops watch with apparent bemusement as members of the UN forces arrive in East Timor dressed in heavy battle fatigues, armoured vests, full packs and ammunition belts in the ...
The President of the New Zealand National Party, John Slater, announced today that the Party would not be standing a Constituency Candidate in the Wellington Central Electorate for the 1999 General Election.
Labour Wellington Central candidate Marian Hobbs said today she was confident that she would pick up many National votes in the electorate.
Education Minister Nick Smith is shocked and surprised at just how backward looking Labour's education policy has become following Helen Clark's address to the NZEI Conference today.
"The greatest compliment another party can pay an MP is to acknowledge they are doing an effective job as local MP.
Recently declassified documents from the US Commerce Department reveal the Clinton White House intelligence report on Indonesian President, B.J. Habibie. In the CIA’s opinion Habibe is "the type of official needed today in developing countries." ...
Bluff oyster lovers rejoice. You’re in for a rare treat with the announcement today that a national supermarket chain is stocking about one million of the southern delicacy.
Labour has promised to create 62 Ministers, Ministries, Offices, Funds says Roger Sowry. See the list here.
New Zealand's Internet users and the knowledge economy are the losers from the government's endorsement today of Telecom's 0867 regime, said CLEAR Communications.
US farmers are calling for more tariffs saying they merely help pay for American infrastructure which supports importers while in a related story, Britain has approved an emergency aid package, converted to NZ dollars, of $ 450 million to help farmers. ...
National has just officially abandoned the people of Wellington, the New Zealand First Leader, Winston Peters, said today.
"Australia's decision to ease the corporate tax rate down to 30 cents over the next two years must be seen in context," Labour finance spokesperson Michael Cullen said today.
Labour's employment policy includes one concept, which is guaranteed to create jobs, said the Hon Roger Sowry, Minister of Employment.
The Government is satisfied that assurances now given by Telecom for its 0867 initiative meet the policy objectives of its Kiwi Share Obligations (KSO), Minister of Finance Sir William Birch and Communications Minister Maurice Williamson announced today.
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"The Government's decision to kowtow to Telecom is gutless and will be revisited by a Labour Government," Labour commerce spokesperson Paul Swain said today.
Thank you for the invitation to address your conference today. I want to take this opportunity to thank NZEI for your willingness to keep Labour informed about issues in education, and for the expertise you have made available to us in our policy development. ...
Air New Zealand has added the All Blacks front row to the side of their newest Boeing 747 which will take Taine Randell and the All Blacks to the World Cup.
TV ONE has today advised SKY Network Television Ltd of its intention to withdraw the rights to replay One Network News and Holmes.