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Howard Davis

Scoop Arts Editor

Educated at Cambridge and UCLA; worked on several major Hollywood feature films and as a Kundalini Yoga instructor in Los Angeles; currently enjoying life in Wellington. More >>

Ian Powell

Otaihanga Second Opinion is a regular health systems blog in New Zealand.

Ian Powell is the editor of the health systems blog 'Otaihanga Second Opinion.' He is also a columnist for New Zealand Doctor, occasional columnist for the Sunday Star Times, and contributor to the Victoria University hosted Democracy Project. For ov... More >>

Igniting the Spark

by Scoop Amplifier

When an iconic New Zealand brand such as Telecom decides it needs to change its name, it has to be supposed it has pretty good reasons for doing so. This series of articles explores: What is the purpose of rebranding and repositioning as Spark?... More >>

Imarda

Enterprise Fleet Management Solutions

Founded in 2007, Imarda builds and deploys sophisticated software and hardware capabilities which are transforming Fleet Management systems across the globe. Imarda's strength and point of differentiation lies in its revolutionary configurable ‘Acti... More >>

James Littlewood

Writer and Researcher

I like to stick to the truth. Or at least, the facts. I initiate my own freelance projects, and I'm also a hired gun. More >>

Jess Berentson-Shaw

Public policy and public narrative researcher

Dr Jess Berentson-Shaw is a public policy and public narrative researcher. She has held roles across academic, government and non-government organisations translating knowledge, and working to get evidence for collective wellbeing at the heart of dec... More >>

Joseph Cederwall

Freelance Writer

Joseph is Co-editor of Scoop and Editor of The Dig. Joseph is an editor, writer, and social entrepreneur with an interest in open and participatory media and business models. In 2019, Joseph founded The Dig. Joseph has qualifications in law and anthr... More >>

Keith Rankin

Political Economist, Scoop Columnist

Keith Rankin taught economics at Unitec in Mt Albert since 1999. An economic historian by training, his research has included an analysis of labour supply in the Great Depression of the 1930s, and has included estimates of New Zealand's GNP going bac... More >>

Lindsay Shelton

Wellington Scoop Editor

Lindsay Shelton started work as a journalist with the Dominion, then the Sydney Morning Herald and later TVNZ, where he was editor of network news. Then he became the first Marketing Director of the NZ Film Commission. He's been editing Wellington Sc... More >>

Local Democracy Reporting

Content from the Local Democracy Reporting (LDR) service is published by Scoop as a registered New Zealand Media Outlet LDR Partner.

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Mark P. Williams

Political Journalist and Independent Academic Researcher

Journalist and independent academic researcher with primary interests in politics and literature. As a researcher I am a contributor to various academic publications, including Alluvium journal of 21st century literature, The Literary London Journal... More >>

Max Rashbrooke

Journalist

Max Rashbrooke is a journalist and author working in Wellington, New Zealand, where he writes about politics, finance and social issues. More >>

Melanie Rands - ecostore

Green, healthy living made easy.

Melanie Rands co-founded New Zealand company ecostore with her husband Malcolm Rands in 1993 from their home in a permaculture eco village in Northland. For 20 years ecostore has been creating plant and mineral based cleaning products, body and baby ... More >>

NZ Election Reactor

Your reactions on the political highs & lows of the week

The NZ Election Reactor is an interactive project that records your reactions to the regular 'Political highs & lows of the week' video based on a positive or negative scale. Your reactions are compiled anonymously with many others that creates an in... More >>

NZEI Te Riu Roa

New Zealand Educational Institute

NZEI Te Riu Roa members work in every community in New Zealand, leading and advocating for quality public education. We are the 50,000 principals, teachers and support staff who work in primary, area and secondary schools as well as early childhoo... More >>

NZUSA - New Zealand Union of Students' Associations

We stand for opportunity, for all.

NZUSA is the New Zealand Union of Students' Associations, the national body that represents New Zealand's students' associations and the interests of New Zealand's 400,000 students at universities, polytechnics and in trades training. We conduct ... More >>

New Frontiers

Weaving Visions For a New Economy

This is our moment to envision our future, work together and weave solutions to make an innovative, regenerative, and inclusive economy our reality. Join 500+ changemakers working toward a positive global economic future. Share ideas, build connectio... More >>

New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

Te Kauae Kaimahi

The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi brings together over 350,000 New Zealand union members in 40 affiliated unions. We are the united voice for working people and their families in New Zealand. More >>

New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

New Zealand's grassroots campaign for lower taxes and less government waste

The New Zealand Taxpayers' Union is an independent activist group, dedicated to being the voice for Kiwi taxpayers in the corridors of power. It's here to fight government waste and make sure New Zealanders get value for money from their tax dollar. ... More >>

Open Source Open Society

The World is opening - learn how you can make the most of it!

The second annual Open Source Open Society Conference is a 2 day event taking place on 22-23 August 2016 at Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington. This conference features 2 huge days of inspiration, professional development and connecting and wil... More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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