Scoop Top 30 Daily Ratings - 19 September 2005

Published: Tue 20 Sep 2005 09:28 AM
Yesterday's top 30 rating items on Scoop were...
1: The Letter
The more things change, the more things stay the same. Parliament had 8 parties it still has 8 parties. Labour was a minority government relying on different parties for different issues. The government will be a minority Labour government relying ...
2: The Fundamentalist Shadow of George W. Bush
“How do you find a lion that has swallowed you?” asked Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung, commenting on the moral dilemma posed by the “shadow,” his insightful term for the dark, hidden side of the human psyche. The answer to Jung’s questions is “you can’t ...
3: Post-Election Negotiations - Maori Party
"Neither National nor Labour will achieve an absolute majority and each of these parties will want to talk with the Mäori Party" says the President of the Party, Professor Whatarangi Winiata.
4: Campbell’s triumph
Prime Minister Helen Clark today congratulated Michael Campbell on his win in the World Matchplay Championship.
5: Images: Aircraft Threatens Attack On SkyTower
Images: A Piper Cherokee aircraft taken from Ardmore Aerodrome’s Massy University flying school crashed into the sea off Kohimarama beach last night. Police allege the pilot had threatened to crash the aircraft into Auckland’s Sky Tower.
6: Howard's hypocrisy on non-proliferation
Prime Minister John Howard should be the last national leader to Lecture the world on the shortcomings of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty(NPT) since Australia is set to undermine and weaken it further through exporting uranium to China, Australian ...
7: Rice Urges UN Stand Up to Iran on Nuclear Weapons
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told delegates to the opening meeting of the United Nations General Assembly’s 60th session the organization must be prepared to stand up to Iran, which threatens Middle East peace by pursuing a nuclear weapons ...
8: Video: Helen Clark Post-Election Press Conference
Scoop Video: Labour leader and caretaker prime minister, Helen Clark held a press conference in Auckland Sunday to detail her views on how political parties ought to conduct post-election coalition talks over the next two weeks. Subjects include: ...
9: Barbara Sumner Burstyn: Prime Time Propaganda
Does anyone actually watch the TV shows they watch? Medical Investigation (TV3) for example. On the surface this drama looks like just another mildly entertaining medical show. But watch closely and you begin to see the creepy undertones of neoconservative ...
10: Scoop: Top Scoops (Election Results & Reaction)
Gone By Lunchtime? ACT Says Brash Should Concede & Resign - Scoop Audio & Images: Post-Election Cabinet Presser - Video, Post-Election Coverage: Helen Clark Faces The Media - Jason Dorday Images: Pilot Ditches Aircraft In Sea After Threats - RECOMMENDED ...
11: Guest Opinion: Is Kiwi Greatness Just A Façade?
I thought that we kiwis were different. How foolish of me. It seems that nothing is more universal in politics than the currency of self-interest. Dr Don Brash’s tax cut package and callous disregard for our nation’s founding document appears ...
12: Pics & Audio: PM's Presser 19 September 2005
Prime Minister Helen Clark held her first post election press conference in Wellington at 2pm today discussing how she expects coalition discussions to progress.
13: Keith Locke To Run Down Epsom Main Street Naked
The Newmarket Business Association is paving the way to make it very easy for Green MP Keith Locke to deliver on his promise to run naked through the streets of Epsom if ACT MP Rodney Hide was victorious in Epsom on election night.
14: Brutality and abuse on board slave ships revealed
The ten Indonesian fishermen who jumped ship in Nelson on Wednesday 14 September 2005 were being treated "worse than slaves", according to International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) co-ordinator Kathy Whelan.
15: The Biggest Snow Of 2005
MetService snow warnings now cover Southland, Otago, Canterbury, Kaikoura and the entire southern half of the North Island. Snow over the southern North Island is expected to get heavier tonight and not start easing until late on Tuesday.
16: Images: Election Losers Tamihere, Samuels, Worth
Images: Former Labour MP John Tamihere spoke perhaps the most humble conceding speech to be found. In contrast, Labour’s Dover Samuels displayed a bitter and troubled rendition. National’s Richard Worth seemed jollied and rather ‘oh well, never mind’ ...
17: Readers Feedback: Election Cartoons
A couple of cartoons drawn up shortly after a nailbiting election.
18: Fadi Madi And The Suppression Of Arab Thought
He resides in Lebanon, deported from his adopted home in Germany. Though the injustice of his arrest and deportation has been cleared by a German Court, he continues to live in a forced separation from his German wife.
19: Crushing Defeat For Cannabis Prohibitionists
The election result has put cannabis law reform back on the agenda, says Chris Fowlie, President of the National Organisation for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
20: Anderton Wants Answers Over Dirty Tricks Campaign
Progressive leader Jim Anderton is asking the National Party to confirm that none of its members are behind a dirty tricks leafleting and advertising campaign being conducted in his Wigram electorate.
21: Jason Miller: Liar, Liar
If George Bush had encountered the same fate as Jim Carrey’s character in the movie Liar Liar , and had been rendered incapable of lying, America would not have been subjected to thirty minutes of manipulative propaganda on 9/15. Compelled to tell ...
22: Metservice: Weather Stormy Then Snowy
MetService meteorologists continue to issue severe weather warnings for wind and rain, and are now also forecasting some heavy snow. A depression with central pressure below 980 hectoPascals is bringing stormy weather with it as it crosses the southern ...
23: Right suffers defeat at hands of the working class
Election 2005 saw the defeat of the most concerted, open attempt by the extreme right to govern New Zealand that we have ever seen, the Alliance says.
24: Public Address 19/09/05 - Party-Hopping
I've had my share of sand kicked in my face, but I've come throoouuughhhh (and we're gonna go on and on and on...)" The Karaoke Party HQ clustered around the TV as Helen Clark approached the podium, our only non-negotiable policy being to provide a mainstream ...
25: Scoop Election Results - Electorate Status Table
NOTE: The results as displayed can also be viewed live on the official election results website - . You will need to refresh this page (hint: windows users use Ctrl-F5) to view the latest iteration of results. ...
26: State Dept. Daily Press Briefing Sept. 16, 2005
DEPARTMENT Update on Hurricane Katrina Relief / Access to New Orleans Consulates for Representatives of Foreign Governments Upcoming Special Briefing on Afghan elections by Ambassador Ron Neumann Brown University Survey of Federal Websites
27: wins victory in polling battle’s sophisticated poll of polls and its industry-leading poll of poll of polls predicted the on-the-night election result better than all the major polling organisations.
28: Scoop Audio: Laidlaw Scoop & Ors. On Election '05
This morning Scoop Co-Editor Alastair Thompson joined Radio New Zealand 's Sunday Morning host Chris Laidlaw's Sunday Group to discuss the election result. Also on the show were The Listener 's Gordon Campbell, The Political Review 's Chris Trotter ...
29: Annan discusses Middle East, Iran, Darfur in talks
In a continuing series of bilateral talks with leaders attending the United Nations General Assembly’s 60th anniversary session, Secretary-General Kofi Annan today held wide-ranging talks on such crisis flashpoints as the Middle East, Iran’s nuclear ...
30: U.S. Decertifies Venezuela on Drug Control
The Cubanization of United States policy toward Venezuela has begun in earnest. Yesterday, President George W. Bush released his findings on drug war “certification” - the highly politicized list the White House has produced since the mid-1980s of which ...
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