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Most Read Items on Scoop – Week Ending Sept 21

Most Read Items on Scoop – Week Ending Sept 21

As would be expected in the last week of an election, political issues received the most attention from Scoop readers in the last week. However there was a lot of traffic driven by those looking for more information on the Marsden Point pipeline breach.


Gordon Campbell: Ten Reasons For Not Voting National
Faith-based voting is the norm, in that we tend to select the election messages that best fit
HL1709/S00037 - Gordon Campbell - Monday, 18 September 2017, 4:33 PM Related Stories


Update on Marsden Point pipeline disruption
the Marsden Point fuel pipeline outage, Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins says. “The Government
PA1709/S00234 - New Zealand Government - Tuesday, 19 September 2017, 2:06 PM Related Stories

Electoral Commission Undermining of Maori Rights
MEDIA RELEASE Saturday 16th September 2017 For immediate release Electoral Commission Undermining
PO1709/S00303 - Veronica Tawhai - Saturday, 16 September 2017, 8:13 PM Related Stories

Roy Morgan Poll Aug 28 to Sept 10
Final Roy Morgan New Zealand Poll shows Labour/Greens (60 seats) with Maori Party support favoured
PO1709/S00298 - Roy Morgan Research - Saturday, 16 September 2017, 1:47 PM Related Stories

Air NZ - Auckland fuel supply issue
Auckland fuel supply issue The temporary shut-down of Refining New Zealand’s pipeline into Auckland
BU1709/S00514 - Air New Zealand - Sunday, 17 September 2017, 2:16 PM Related Stories


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Forgetting Citizenship: Australia Suspends Flights From India

As India is being devastated by COVID-19 cases that have now passed a daily rate of 400,000, affluent and callous Australia has taken the decision to suspend all flights coming into the country till mid-month. The decision was reached by the Morrison ... More>>

Digitl: UK Spy Chief: “The West Has To Go It Alone On Tech"

“Cybersecurity is an increasingly strategic issue that needs a whole-nation approach. The rules are changing in ways not always controlled by government. More>>

The Conversation: From Five Eyes To Six? Japan’s Push To Join The West’s Intelligence Alliance

Craig Mark , Kyoritsu Women's University As tensions with China continue to grow, Japan is making moves to join the “Five Eyes” intelligence-sharing alliance. This week, Japan’s ambassador to Australia, Shingo Yamagami, told The Sydney Morning ... More>>

The Conversation: Without The Right Financial Strategies, NZ’s Climate Change Efforts Will Remain Unfinished Business

When it comes to climate change, money talks. Climate finance is critical for enabling a low-emissions transition. This involves investment and expenditure — public, private, domestic and transnational — that demonstrably contributes to climate ... More>>

Dr Terrence Loomis: Does Petroleum Industry Spying Really Matter?

Opinion: Nicky Hager’s latest revelations about security firm Thompson and Clark’s ‘spying’ on climate activists and environmental organisations on behalf of the oil and gas industry and big GHG emitters makes entertaining reading. But it does ... More>>

Mixed Sight: New Zealand, The Five Eyes And China

The Five Eyes arrangement between the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand has always resembled a segregated, clandestine club. Focused on the sharing of intelligence between countries of supposedly like mind, it has shown that ... More>>