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Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings 15 November 2009

Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings 15 November 2009

1: Karim Sahai: NZ All Whites Vs Bahrain (Part 2)

Karim Sahai

Scoop Images: NZ All Whites Vs Bahrain (Part 2) Photos by Karim Sahai For more images see… Images: NZ All Whites Beat Bahrain, Qualify For World Cup Click for big version Click for big version Click for big version Click for big version Click for big version ...

2: Sports Photos: All Whites vs Bahrain 14 Nov. 2009

Karim Sahai

Scoop photographer Karim Sahai is on the sideline for tonight's epic clash between New Zealand and Bahrain at Wellington's caketin. Photos will be posted below shortly after the game concludes and possibly at half-time.

3: President Barack Obama Talks About NZ Relationship

Connie Lawn

President Obama has provided positive answers to a number of questions about New Zealand. Scoop's White House reporter, Connie Lawn, posed the questions a few weeks ago.

4: LaRouche webcast: The Great Change of 2009

Citizens Electoral Council

American statesman and physical economist Lyndon LaRouche on 11th November addressed an international webcast audience, on the landmark Russia-China economic cooperation agreement, and its potential to rescue the collapsing world economy, but only if ...

5: Under-Nutrition Causes Poverty However Solutions


PORT VILA, 12 November 2009 – Under-nutrition is both a consequence and a cause of poverty. Childhood under-nutrition makes learning more difficult and ill health more likely, which hinders a child’s capacity to secure a job as an adult, and ...

6: Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings 14 November 2009

Scoop Daily Ratings

1: Scoop Editorial: Launching "Imagining 2020" Alastair Thompson A group of New Zealand websites has decided to get together and encourage discussion of the positive side to climate change mitigation. Afterall - how many of us really believe ...

7: Greenpeace Activists: Obama Must Address Climate

Greenpeace New Zealand

Auckland, 13 November 2009 - An international team of Greenpeace activists, in the heart of Indonesia's threatened rainforests, has called on United States President Barack Obama to take urgent action on climate change. The call has been made as Obama ...

8: Nelson Man Shot Dead

New Zealand Police

At around 6pm Saturday 14 November 2009 there was a confrontation between two groups of youths at Branford Park, near Nelson city.

9: The Cost Of Food

ACT New Zealand

Food prices came under scrutiny this week after a New South Wales Associate Professor, having analysed figures from the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), said that grocery prices in Australia and New Zealand had risen 41 percent ...

10: PM to All Whites: You’ve done us proud

New Zealand Government

Prime Minister John Key says tonight’s historic win by the All Whites has the whole country cheering.

11: Contact sculpture gift unveiled in Taupo

Contact Energy

Contact Energy’s gift to the Taupo community of a nine metre high Maori sculpture was officially blessed and unveiled in a ceremony this morning at the entrance to Taupo’s War Memorial Cenotaph.

12: Barack in the free trade business

Federated Farmers

In the space of just 24 hours, New Zealand has got welcome confirmation the United States is to take part in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. This news coming hard on the heels of yesterday’s New Zealand – Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership ...

13: 2009 Wellington Architecture Awards announced

Ideas Shop

From a writer’s residence powered only by sun and water to the massive new regional hospital project, excellence in design is celebrated in the 2009 Wellington Architecture Awards.

14: Whale Watch Proves Maori Tourism World Class

Whale Watch Kaikoura

A dream that began around whanau kitchen tables in Kaikoura more than 20-years-ago has been realised on the world stage with Whale Watch Kaikoura taking the top international tourism prize from Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards.

15: DOC Chief “Out of Touch” With Public and the Facts


A Coromandel-based conservation group in the forefront of the nationwide fight against burgeoning use of supertoxin 1080 and other residual poisons by government has dismissed this week’s DOC defense of its pest poison regime as “the tired cry of career ...

16: Govt doesn't need to reinvent wheel on driving age

United Future NZ Party

The Government doesn’t need to reinvent the wheel on lifting the driving age, UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne said today, calling on it pick up his Bill to raise the driving age.

17: Obama support for TPP announced today

Meat And Wool New Zealand

Obama support for TPP announced today – fantastic news says Meat & Wool New Zealand and the Meat Industry Association

18: Sony offers youngsters chance to follow All Whites

Sony Entertainment

Auckland, 14 November, 2009: - The All Whites’ victory tonight will be even sweeter for one lucky New Zealander who will appear on-field at the World Cup Finals as Sony’s official 2010 FIFA World Cup Flag Bearer.

19: South Pacific fisheries convention agreed

New Zealand Government

Fisheries Minister Phil Heatley today announced a new convention text had been agreed which will create a regional fisheries management organisation to manage non-highly-migratory fisheries in the high seas.

20: Annual Drowning Toll Plunges

Water Safety New Zealand

Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) has officially announced the provisional drowning toll for 2006, a record low toll of 87 drowning deaths in New Zealand. It is the lowest annual toll since records began in 1980. The 2006 toll represents 75% of the ...

21: Groser welcomes Trans-Pacific Partnership

New Zealand Government

Trade Minister Tim Groser has welcomed today’s announcements by President Obama and US Trade Representative Ron Kirk that the United States intends to proceed with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

22: Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald to tour NZ

The Publicity Machine

Five-time Grammy Award winner Michael McDonald joins singer/songwriter Boz Scaggs to perform their greatest hits, along with songs from their latest albums for three NZ shows in Auckland, Napier and Christchurch this March.

23: Businesses to Benefit from new Payroll Services

Enfinit Software and IMS Payroll

Leading payroll provider IMS Payroll Partner has released a new module that will give more New Zealand businesses and their employees access to their payroll data over the internet.

24: US New Zealand Free Trade Agreement A Step Closer

Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Wellington Regional Chamber of Commerce is delighted with today's statement from President Obama that the US will work towards a free trade agreement including the US and New Zealand.

25: US TPP Announcement Significant for NZ Trade

NZUS Council

The NZ US Council today welcomed confirmation that the US would engage with the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) with the aim of commencing negotiations to join TPP.

26: Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings 13 November 2009

Scoop Daily Ratings

1: Hide and seek: the truth about Rodney and Roger Anne Else There's a wonderful column by Rosemary McLeod in the Dom-Post this morning (12 November). She skewers the grotesqueries of Rodney Hide's apparently bizarre behaviour beautifully. But ...

27: Key: Speech to the APEC CEO Summit 2009

New Zealand Government

Can I start by acknowledging the Chair of the Organising Committee for this Summit, Ms Chong Siak Ching, as well as my fellow panelists:

28: LAWRENCE ARABIA “A Decade of New Zealand” Tour

Lawrence Arabia

Ten years on from the technological apocalypse of the Y2K bug, Lawrence Arabia announces a tour to celebrate the aspirational decade of change that was the atrociously named “Noughties.”

29: Stedman Champions NHNZ’s Winning Streak


NHNZ managing director Michael Stedman has been honored for his long standing contribution to New Zealand’s television production sector.

30: Exiles – Rudolf Boelee

Whangarei Art Museum

Timed to coincide with 3 other concurrently themed exile exhibitions: - Ey! Iran developed by the Gold Coast City Art Gallery and Bah’ai Martyrs of Iran – Shahriar Asdollah-zadeh and Duality of Exile – Fred Uhlman in Captivity curated by Scott ...

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