Pacific Scoop

Archive for June, 2014

Top 5 Scoop Press Releases Week To 28 June | Scoop Insights

Column – Scoop Insights

The following five press releases were the top performing press releases (by page view numbers) according to Google Analytics on Scoop for the seven days to 28 June 2014. Read more »

Parliament represented at Presiding Officers Conference

Press Release – New Zealand Parliament

Deputy Speaker, Eric Roy, and Deputy Clerk, Debra Angus, will represent the New Zealand Parliament at the 45th Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks which is being held in Apia, Samoa this week. Read more »

“Pasifika Immigration Plans for Labour- too little, too late

Press Release – Mana Party

The Labour Party has recently announced that it has plans to speed up family reunification for Pasifika people. Read more »

Fiji: End harassment of journalists ahead of election

Press Release – Amnesty International

The Fijian authorities must immediately end the harassment of journalists ahead of the parliamentary elections in September, said Amnesty International. Read more »

Need for public to be informed, involved on marine mining

Press Release – Swakopmund Matters

Interview with Phil McCabe, Chairman, Kiwis Against Seabed Mining (KASM) on Radio Australia on 25 June 2014 Read more »

HMNZS Canterbury Berths in Hawaii for RIMPAC

Press Release – New Zealand Defence Force

The Navys amphibious sealift ship HMNZS CANTERBURY this morning berthed in Hawaii, ready to join forces with ships, aircraft and personnel from around the world. Read more »

Age no barrier to performing at Kaumātua Kapa Haka

Press Release – Te Papa

Up to 300 performers between the ages of 50 and 98 will take part in the New Zealand Post Kaumtua Kapa Haka at Te Papa this weekend (28 and 29 June 2014). The ten kapa haka groups performing on Saturday and Sunday come from as far away as Auckland and … Read more »

GuocoLeisure to leave NZX, ending four-decade listing

Article – BusinessDesk

June 27 (BusinessDesk) – GuocoLeisure, the diversified investment company once known as Brierley Investments, will leave the NZX today after more than 40 years on the local stock exchange, in a long-heralded move which leaves its sole listing in Singapore. Read more »

Answers on Cancellation of Passport Unsatisfactory

Press Release – New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First is calling on the government to state clearly why a New Zealander had his passport cancelled, and his property and business raided, and why the SIS was involved. We raised questions about the treatment of New Zealand businessman … Read more »

World’s largest maritime exercise is underway

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Defence Minister Jonathan Coleman says HMNZS Canterbury has arrived in Hawaii this morning as Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) gets underway. Read more »

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