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Oracle Corp., the world's largest enterprise software company, today announced that it will complete delivery of its
Oracle9i generation of technology with Oracle9i Jdeveloper: a major Java tool innovation that offers application
developers unprecedented ...
FTW, November 2, 2001 – 1200 PST -- On October 31, the French daily Le Figaro dropped a bombshell. While in a Dubai
hospital receiving treatment for a chronic kidney infection last July, Osama bin Laden met with a top CIA official -
presumably the Chief of ...
This is not a war of imperialism, it is a war against terrorism and it will be fought regardless of the number of
stickers stuck on traffic lights in Christchurch.
The following is the first part of a transcript of a BBC Newsnight programme broadcast on November 6th concerning
problems the FBI has been having with investigating certain Saudi citizens and their connections in their efforts to
combat terror in the US. ...
EDITORS NOTE: Ever wondered how and why the levers of press censorship in your local newspaper operate? The following
memo from a Florida newspaper news editor, circulating widely on the Internet, sheds some light on the issue. Scoop
would be delighted to ...
An American Airlines plane enroute to the Dominican Republic has crashed into the New York suburb of Queens just after
take-off from Kennedy Airport.
Transcript Of Message From Shaykh Usaamah Ibn Laadin (Osama bin Laden) broadcast November 3rd by Al-Jazeera satellite
A2 Corporation received strong international interest in the commercialisation of A2 milk, as a result of the IDF World
Dairy Summit held in Auckland last week.
Putting aside the rights or wrongs of genetic modification for a moment, is the food that we're already eating as
nutritious as it could be, and is nutrition the missing link for the explosion of modern degenerative diseases? Is your
food killing ...
DoD News Briefing Soldiers Of The 10th Mountain Division - Uzbekistan Friday, November 2, 2001 - 10:00 a.m. EST
Today's questions of the day concerned: SAS Troop Deployment x 3 – NZ Post Board Minutes – Volunteer Workers – SAS
Deployment – Humanitarian Aid To Afghanistan – Tariana Turia – Reading Report – Tariana Turia – TV Standards – Susan
Saturday, Nov. 10 - 100 people came out for a CNN protest march and rally. Three were arrested and remain in jail.
EDITORS NOTE: The following is a transcript of a link submitted to Scoop by a Scoop reader. Clearly questions are
raised in this material about the nature of the relationship between the Bush family and the family of Osama Bin Laden.
1. GRANT GILLON to the Prime Minister: What reports has she received about the Government's offer of SAS troops to the
international military action against terrorism?
I attach information sufficient to identify a woman whom I think you wish to kill. Or perhaps you wish to kill only her
sons or some of her associates. She clearly identifies herself as a harbourer of some people who qualify as terrorists
in terms ...
Research released today indicates 34 percent of New Zealand women aged 18 to 39 years of age forgo breakfast to spend
more time in the shower, putting on make-up and deciding what to wear in the mornings.
Education Minister Trevor Mallard has decided to do absolutely nothing in response to the ground-breaking `Let's All
Read' Select Committee Inquiry, ACT Education Spokesman MP Donna Awatere Huata said today.
A few weeks ago, infamous author Salman Rushdie published an article, which was carried by various media, in which he
attempted to explain his personal theory of Islamism and its relevance to the events of the past two months. Perhaps
feeling vindicated ...
The New Zealand Government has embarked on a consultation process that will inform Cabinet decisions leading to
ratification of the Kyoto Protocol next year.
One of the most extraordinary documentaries this Scoop has ever seen was broadcast on TV2 last night. The documentary
"Signs Of God - Science Tests Faith", from Fox News was broadcast live on October 13 in Los Angeles (yesterday NZT).
A New Zealand Court of Appeal Judge has been re-elected to an international body that aims to protect victims of armed
United Future leader, Hon Peter Dunne, says the international campaign against terrorism is too important to become
side-tracked by silly political games.
Acting Prime Minister Jim Anderton has contacted the United States Embassy to express condolences following the crash
this morning of an American Airlines jet in New York.
ACT Education Spokesman MP Donna Awatere Huata today denounced Trevor Mallard's response to the ground-breaking `Let's
All Read' Select Committee Inquiry.
"The Corrective Party was horrified to see that Australia chose to disregard divine sanctions against dwarves in
politics. Their economy is paying the price for their defiance of heavenly- sanctioned sizism." Sister Palpitatia BD
(1) There has been an immense movement of troops and extreme use of military rhetoric, up to comments about terminating
governments, etc. Yet, to many people there appears to be considerable restraint...what happened?
The Front-Page lead story in French Newspaper Le Figaro on Wednesday, October 31, 2001 is that Osama bin Laden was in an
American Hospital in Dubai, in July, and had contacts with the CIA. The story, also featured on Radio France
Internationale and ...
Helen Clark's first action to protect her Associate Corrections Minister was to tell staff in the Police and Corrections
departments that if they spoke to the media, it would not be a career-enhancing move. So they are talking to the Letter.
The wandering souls are the ones that Satan seeks the most and leads to perdition, with the suspicion that God has
abandoned them and, consequently, everything is permitted.
Dr Jim Sprott has called today for Dr Pat Tuohy, the Ministry of Health's Chief Advisor on Child Health, to be sacked.