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Selwyn Maning & Glenn Williams: Making Sense Of The Campaign

Friday, 25 November 2011, 9:14 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning & Glenn Williams analyse the election campaign on the eve of New Zealand voters going to the polls. What were the big issues? What were the core considerations for voters? Who were the stand-out candidates? And what are the final predictions? More >>

State Of It: Manning & Williams - Does Key Want Out?

Friday, 18 November 2011, 9:11 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Video: Glenn Williams hosts State Of It, a weekly look at politics with Scoop's Selwyn Manning as New Zealand enters an election campaign before Polls on November 26. This week: National leader John Key Looks Like He Wants Out! More >>

State Of It: Williams & Manning on Iconic Moments-One-Liners

Wednesday, 9 November 2011, 10:17 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Glenn Williams hosts State Of It, a weekly look at politics with Scoop's Selwyn Manning as New Zealand enters an election campaign before Polls on November 26. This week: One-Liners and Iconic Moments – can Labour recapture what it has lost? More >>

State Of It: Leaders' Debate - A Rumble In The Jungle

Wednesday, 2 November 2011, 10:23 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Video: Glenn Williams & Selwyn Manning's State Of It: The performance had to be impressive. Goff's tactic was to position Labour's message as honest and John Key's as less up-front, untruthful. Key had to paint Goff as a big spending incompetent. More >>

State Of It With Manning & Williams – Uranium On Our Breath

Wednesday, 19 October 2011, 9:09 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Glenn Williams hosts State Of It, a weekly look at politics with Scoop's Selwyn Manning as New Zealand enters an election campaign before Polls on November 26. This week: Uranium On Our Breath – Has New Zealand got a plan to deal with a radioactive spill? More >>

Manning & Williams' State Of It: Eyes Wide Open (video)

Wednesday, 12 October 2011, 8:56 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

State Of It - Eyes Wide Open: Selwyn Manning and Glenn Williams analyse the National-led Government's handling of truth in the NZ Defence, NZ SAS, Afghan security forces torture allegations. Were our leaders complicit in a litany of untruths and spin? More >>

State Of It - PM's Positive Spin A Matter Of Public Interest

Wednesday, 5 October 2011, 8:41 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

State Of It Video – Glenn Williams & Selwyn Manning take a weekly look at politics as New Zealand enters an election campaign before the public gets to vote on November 26. This week: The Prime Minister's Positive Spin A Matter Of Public Interest. More >>

State Of It: The Strange Traits Of Prime Minister John Key

Thursday, 14 July 2011, 1:31 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning writes: There's this weird situation where the Govt has sent mixed messages over whether the Tamil asylum seekers would ever reach NZ. More weird is the pattern where this PM attacks the credibility of anyone who counters his view... More >>

MMP Or SM? A Big Decision Looms For New Zealand Voters

Thursday, 30 June 2011, 7:28 am | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning has written a comprehensive resource document exploring the arguments for and against the MMP and SM systems, and provides an insight into the strategic thinking lurking behind the campaigns for your referendum vote in November 2011. More >>

Leaked Documents Suggest UN Backing Off Khmer Rouge Trials

Monday, 27 June 2011, 1:51 pm | Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning & Alastair Thompson report that documents leaked to Scoop suggest the United Nations-led tribunal may be backing off fully investigating crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge during the period from 1975 through to January 1979. More >>

Israel Embassy Says IHH Freedom Flotilla Linked To Terrorism

Tuesday, 21 June 2011, 10:57 am | Selwyn Manning

Israel's Embassy in Wellington has claimed to Scoop the IHH is an organisation with terrorist links and is using Freedom Flotilla-2 for political, not humanitarian, purposes. It states peace activists might be better advised to concentrate on Syria. More >>

State Of It: Is The PM's 'Shoot The Messenger' Attack A Smokescreen?

Thursday, 5 May 2011, 2:13 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Opinion: Selwyn Manning writes: The public deserves to know the full facts underlying the NZ SAS Afghanistan torture claims. The PM's 'shoot the messenger' attack fails to address the public interest in this affair; especially after Mapp says the USA ... More >>

Has Gov-General Designate Jerry Mateparae Misled The Nation?

Saturday, 23 April 2011, 11:57 am | Selwyn Manning

A major Metro Magazine investigation by award winning investigative journalist Jon Stephenson argues that the incoming Governor-General, Jerry Mateparae, has been implicated in a controversy involving New Zealand’s SAS troops and their role in handing innocent ... More >>

South Africa's Zuma Brokers Possible Deal With Gaddafi

Monday, 11 April 2011, 12:51 pm | Selwyn Manning

South Africa's president Jacob Zuma has brokered a possible truce between Libya's leader Muamar Gaddafi and Libya's opposing rebel forces. More >>

STATE OF IT: Efficiency Drive Cuts Into Front-Line Delivery

Wednesday, 30 March 2011, 12:28 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

STATE OF IT: Selwyn Manning writes that while State Services Minister Tony Ryall says there are now more public servants working in the front-line, cuts to supporting staff are eroding the ability to deliver a safe services. More >>

Does Minority Support Leadership Make A Viable Opposition?

Monday, 28 March 2011, 3:37 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

The impression emitting from Labour's handling of the Hughes affair is a picture of Phil Goff as an embattled Party Leader, a man who fails to attract a competitive poll rating and fails to hold the confidence of the majority in his caucus. Is this ... More >>

Hughes Resigns As MP – Cabal Rising To Replace Goff

Friday, 25 March 2011, 5:43 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Labour leader Phil Goff has announced that he accepted Darren Hughes' resignation. The announcement follows days of speculation over Hughes' political future after he confirmed he was the focus of a Police investigation into a complaint made by ... More >>

State Of It: Labour Bleeds As Election Year Looms

Wednesday, 13 October 2010, 4:03 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning argues that before the Labour Party can seriously pitch to occupy the Beehive, it must reconnect with voters, present as true advocates, and display a skill for opposition politics. While it fails on these points, and it continues ... More >>

State Of It: Auckland Vote Not A Left-Right Result

Monday, 11 October 2010, 6:58 pm | STATE OF IT by Selwyn Manning

Selwyn Manning & Wallace Chapman discuss how the message behind Aucklanders voting for Len Brown and an indy-mix of parties and teams ought not be considered from a left/right point of view, but rather as a vote for progress over conservatism. More >>

Respected Writer Graeme Hunt Dies Suddenly

Thursday, 23 September 2010, 10:34 am | Selwyn Manning - Scoop Auckland

Graeme Hunt (58) died suddenly on Wednesday September 22 2010 at his home at Greenhithe, Auckland. He had recently been diagnosed with heart problems and had undergone surgery. New Zealand's writing and historian fraternity is sadly now notably lighter. More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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