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Most Read Political Items on Scoop – Week Ending Aug 10

Published: Fri 11 Aug 2017 11:24 AM
Most Read Political Items on Scoop – Week Ending Aug 10
Releases relating to Metiria Turei dominated the most read ranking political items published on Scoop in the last week.
Others to feature included the rather hopeful release from the Conservative Party about its chances of taking the Epsom electorate, and NZ First’s criticism of the Speaker around the handling of reports into the resignation of the Auditor-General.
There was also a great deal of interest in multiple items about the release of Labour’s policy on water charging, but as this was late in the weekly cycle none of them featured in the top four.
James Shaw on Kennedy Graham and David Clendon
Statement from James Shaw on Kennedy Graham and David Clendon “Kennedy Graham and David Clendon
PA1708/S00139 - Green Party - Monday, 07 August 2017, 6:43 PM Related Stories
Game On in Epsom!!
The Conservative Party Leader, Leighton Baker, is challenging for the candidate vote in Epsom
PO1708/S00091 - Conservative Party - Friday, 04 August 2017, 9:53 AM Related Stories
Jacinda Ardern Statement on Metiria Turei
Statement on Metiria Turei Tonight I learned of Metiria Turei’s resignation from Parliament. In my
PA1708/S00191 - New Zealand Labour Party - Wednesday, 09 August 2017, 6:10 PM Related Stories
Speaker Repeatedly Offends Over Decision on Auditor-General
The Speaker repeatedly offends by publicly misrepresenting New Zealand First’s views on the future
PA1708/S00099 - New Zealand First Party - Friday, 04 August 2017, 12:51 PM Related Stories
This analysis is part of a service to Scoop clients and will not be regularly available on the Scoop website. It is compiled using Google analytics on parliamentary and political items published on Scoop.
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