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Guy’s World: Goodbye Garden Shed

Friday, 6 September 2002, 9:31 am | Guy MacGibbon

Past the carcasses of plastic toys spurned, through the long grass littered with rusting bicycle parts and discarded sports equipment, and into New Zealand’s most interconnected garden shed. More >>

Scoop Images: We Have A New Government

Thursday, 8 August 2002, 6:24 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Prime Minister Helen Clark announced the formation of a minority coalition government between Labour and the Progressive Coalition, with support from United Future on confidence and supply, in the Legislative Council Chamber at Parliament today. More >>

We have An Accidental Centre Right Govt - Donald

Thursday, 8 August 2002, 12:35 am | Guy MacGibbon

New Zealand has inadvertently elected a centre-right government, Green Co-leader Rod Donald said this morning, as his party announced that it would not be entering a confidence and supply agreement with Labour. More >>

Hager’s Facts Fine – Environment Ministry CEO

Thursday, 11 July 2002, 2:52 pm | Guy MacGibbon

The information presented in Nicky Hager’s Seeds of Distrust is largely factually accurate, Ministry for the Environment Chief Executive Barry Carbon said today. More >>

Scoop Images: Damie Silvia Signs The Writ

Tuesday, 25 June 2002, 1:30 pm | Guy MacGibbon

The Governor General Dame Silvia Cartwright signed the writ today and handed it over to the Chief Electoral Officer David Henry in the Council Room at Government House. Those not on the roll will have to cast a special vote. More >>

Anderton's Welcome Back, Greens Off The Guest List

Tuesday, 11 June 2002, 2:57 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Cabinet will have a place for the deputy prime minister and erstwhile Alliance leader Jim Anderton should Labour form the next government, but there will be no coalition with the Greens, if Prime Minister Helen Clark has her way. More >>

No Date, No Snap Election & No Schnapps

Monday, 10 June 2002, 6:35 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Pleas for Prime Minister Helen Clark to put the country out of its misery and announce an election date went unanswered again today. More >>

Scoop Images: Deaf People Thank Ruth & Paul

Tuesday, 28 May 2002, 2:48 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Deaf and disabled people rallied on the steps of Parliament today to celebrate the creation of a telephone relay service to allow deaf people telephone access, and to thank Minister for Disability Issues Ruth Dyson and Telecommunications Minister ... More >>

Don't Count Me Out Of The Next Govt - Anderton

Monday, 20 May 2002, 4:26 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton says he expects to have a role in a future Labour-led government, despite intimations at the weekend’s Labour Party congress that the senior coalition partner could govern alone. More >>

PM Stirs Early Election Speculation

Tuesday, 14 May 2002, 10:01 am | Guy MacGibbon

Prime Minister Helen Clark kept speculation of an early election in the air at yesterday’s post-Cabinet press conference, with ambiguous replies to reporters’ questions apparently designed to keep commentators guessing. More >>

Legal action Threatened After Email Spat

Friday, 5 April 2002, 3:14 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Labour Party activist Nick Kelly is threatening legal action against cabinet minister Lianne Dalziel for allegedly defaming him in a comment reported in today’s Dominion. More >>

Alliance Splits

Wednesday, 3 April 2002, 3:58 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Alliance leader Jim Anderton announced this afternoon that he and Sandra Lee will not stand under the Alliance banner at the next election and indicated the pair would form a new party. More >>

Anderton A Steady Parnter Under Any Banner - PM

Monday, 18 March 2002, 7:07 pm | Guy MacGibbon

The prospect of a split in the Alliance, strongly hinted at in a letter to Alliance members from leader Jim Anderton today, won’t affect Labour, Prime Minister Helen Clark says. More >>

Scoop Images: Protestors Mobilize Against Motorway

Tuesday, 26 February 2002, 7:57 pm | Guy MacGibbon

Anti-bypass protestors numbering about 200 campaigned for a better city this evening in a march from Civic Square through Cuba Street to Kensington Gardens, a postage stamp-size oasis directly in the path of the proposed motorway. More >>

Judicial Net Porn Viewing Investigation Widens

Tuesday, 19 February 2002, 10:56 am | Guy MacGibbon

Five District court judges have been found to have been viewing pornographic websites on work computers, as the Attorney General investigates the viewing of sex-sites by High Court Judge Robert Fisher. More >>

PM To Unveil Innovation Strategy In Opening Speech

Monday, 11 February 2002, 5:57 pm | Guy MacGibbon

The Prime Minister will use her opening speech to parliament tomorrow to unveil the Government’s strategy to boost New Zealand’s economic performance. More >>

Guy’s World: Guy Has A Day Off

Sunday, 30 December 2001, 4:14 am | Guy MacGibbon

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/images/0112/543bb3949c77791ed80d.jpeg Scoop Deputy Editor Guy McGibbon enjoying a much deserved day off at Ruamahanga River, Martinborough, Boxing Day 2001 More >>

Guy’s World: Premiere Night In Middle Earth

Thursday, 20 December 2001, 10:58 am | Guy MacGibbon

It’s 12.01am, I’m in geek heaven and I’m loving it. It’s the first Australasian public screening of the Fellowship of the Ring. The hardcore fans are kitted out in their pointy ears and armour. All in the theatre sense several years of anticipation about ... More >>

NZ Hercules Somewhere In Afghanistan

Tuesday, 18 December 2001, 9:08 am | Guy MacGibbon

Two New Zealand Air Force C130 Hercules should be somewhere in Afghanistan now, Prime Minister Helen Clark says. More >>

Alliance Minister Passed Over For UNHCR Meeting

Tuesday, 11 December 2001, 11:24 am | Guy MacGibbon

Sport Minister Trevor Mallard will replace Associate Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Matt Robson at a United Nations High Commission for Refugees meeting in Geneva this week, in a move that appears to be yet another snub to the junior coalition partner. More >>

 

 

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