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Scoop would like to be a fly on the wall at tomorrow's (Friday) meeting in Wellington between representatives of Radio New Zealand's board and its staff.
In a speech titled Good Policy Good Government today, Prime Minister Jenny Shipley announced two changes to the student loan scheme. The extract of her speech outlining these changes follows.
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John Howard reports that President Clinton has signed yet another Executive Order establishing a State Department unit that will control the flow of US government news overseas, especially during crisis.
The new Telecom Chief Executive Officer will be Theresa Gattung, currently the Group General Manager Services.
Scoop's Jonathan Hill looks at the issue of who should run against Richard Prebble in the crucial seat of Wellington Central - Labour's Marian Hobbs or the Alliance's Phillida Bunkle. For whoever is left standing, the stakes are high.
"Recent positive publicity surrounding Tim and Nick Wood's wealth and dominance as successful business entrepreneurs due to the success of their internet company IHUG failed to dig deeper into the 'cowboy culture' of their workplace", said Darien Fenton, ...
Indications that the government will next week announce scholarships for postgraduate students of science and technology has been met with anger by students.
The Department of Internal Affairs has hit back at the National Business Review over a "mischevious piece of writing" concerning some restructuring within the Department.
Christian Heritage Party Leader Graham Capill is clearly electioneering in trying to drum up a conflict between FPA and the Government says FPA Executive Director Dr Gillian Greer.
Investigations by the Christian Heritage Party have revealed a serious divergence of opinion between the government and one of its main sexual and reproductive health providers, the New Zealand Family Planning Association, over the distribution of ...
The Prime Minister's talk of changes to the student loan scheme today surprised a few people. Here is a fact sheet on the loan scheme - from the PMs office - which also documents the changes that were decided upon in December 1998.
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It sometimes seems much longer, but tomorrow marks a year since the fateful Cabinet meeting that sparked the end of the Coalition and the beginning of Minority Government.
The company operates a very small-scale research project into growth-enhanced salmon using genetic manipulation techniques.
Yesterday's Top 20 rating items on Scoop were…
The Government, through the Ministry of Commerce, is keeping a close eye on petrol price movements and will continue to do so, Enterprise and Commerce Minister Max Bradford said today.
Five new reports provide the first comprehensive assessment of the effects of the rabbit calicivirus disease (RCD) since its release in Australia in 1996
The long range forecast from Weather Workshop for all of New Zealand to midnight Tuesday: