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Scoop FULL COVERAGE Of London Memorial Unveiling

Scoop FULL COVERAGE Of London Memorial Unveiling

On Assignment: Scoop's Kevin List

Scoop In London: NZ Memorial Heralds ANZAC Spirit In London

Defence Photo Essay
- The unveiling of the New Zealand Memorial in London's Hyde Park provided the chance for Kiwi ex-pats to wander along and show their respects to the veterans that had made the trip over and, also to pay their respects to those that have fallen in battle. While Scoop was busy getting the vibe from the ex-pat Kiwi community the official New Zealand Defence Force photographer Rachel Main had what many English Paparazzi can only dream about – the chance to snap the entire Royal family at the unveiling of the New Zealand Memorial. See… Defence Images - Images: New Zealand Memorial Ceremony
  • Scoop Photo Essay - Ex-Pats Soak Up Patriotic Glow Of NZ Memorial
  • Scoop Feature - Cheerio Blighty - London After Dark
  • Scoop In London: Where Terror Is More Scary Than Food Miles Theory

Image by Kevin ListScoop's Kevin List writes from London;
    For New Zealand's Prime Minister the prospect of NZ's export sector being hit hard by food miles is a terrifying one – for the United Kingdom's PM Tony Blair the prospect of terrorism seemed more terrifying. This morning (Friday 10 October) Helen Clark and Tony Blair enjoyed a good chat over breakfast however the big news of the day regarding 200 terror cells in the UK seemed to be playing upon Mr Blair's mind and the NZ media contingent only managed one question (not terror related). See…
    Scoop Audio. Scoop Report & Streaming Audio: Blair and Clark: Food Miles And Terror
  • Images: Media Feast While Vets Have Lunch
  • Scoop Audio. Scoop Report & Streaming Audio: PM on Antarctica, Iraq and global warming
  • Kevin List - Vets Touch Down In Blighty For NZ Memorial
  • Kevin List - Kiwi Veterans Rock All Over The World
  • Maori TV - War Memorial Dedication in Full on Maori TV
  • Television New Zealand - TVNZ to Broadcast Hyde Park Ceremony
  • Ministry For Culture And Heritage - Showtime: New Zealand Memorial Dedication Ceremony
    Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Scoop's Kevin List is on assignment in London, he delivers a run down of the London Memorial event and who Helen Clark will be meeting.


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