The main issues in NZ politics today are the Labour leadership, the Resource Management Act, Fonterra, Maori TV, Christchurch, and the economy. [Read more below]
Colin Espiner (Stuff): Labour needs unity, whatever the result
Jane Clifton (Listener): Who’s the boss?
Lynn Prentice (The Standard): My votes
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Modelling the Labour Members vote
Mike Williams (Pundit): Cunliffe's the man for the job -- here's why
Wellingtonian: Editorial – Robertson is the man
Barry Soper (Newstalk ZB): The Michie incident's isolating Cunliffe
Audrey Young (Herald): Last minute scramble to woo MPs
The Standard: Voting update
Geoffrey Miller (Liberation): Can Labour learn from Act’s leadership primary?
Geoffrey Miller (Liberation): Can Labour learn from Act’s leadership primary? Part Two
Red Alert: Justice : What is your view of the New Zealand justice system? Labour Leadership Q&A #6
The Inquiring Mind: Methinks he doth protest too much
Twistedhive: Counting down
Barry Soper (Newstalk ZB): Divisions in the Labour Party to be revealed
Patrick Gower (TV3): Voters view Cunliffe as negative leader
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Voters view Cunliffe as negative leader
The Standard: Assessing the contenders’ campaigns
Morgan Godfery (Daily Blog): Shane Jones: the wedge politics edition
The Standard: Lame-duck PM?
Newswire: Voters critical of Cunliffe in poll
Claire Trevett (Herald): Entertainment galore on the Labour hustings
Audrey Young (Herald): Returning King boost for team Robertson
Chris Trotter (Daily Blog): Cunliffe’s Decision: Easy to make, but hard to swallow.
Inquiring Mind: Sacked for stating the obvious
Ele Ludemann (Homepaddock): Not fit to govern
No Right Turn: MMP saves the Environment
No Right Turn: A licence to pollute
Isaac Davison (Herald): Parties throw spanner in govt's RMA works
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Government's RMA changes in the balance
The Standard: Nats take a big hit on RMA reform
Simon Wong (TV3): National partners won't back RMA changes
Katie Bradford-Crozier (Newstalk ZB): PM surprised by Maori, United Future RMA stance
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Dunne, Maori Party stymie planning laws revamp
Isaac Davison (Herald): Govt coalition partners reject RMA proposal
Radio NZ: Key prepared for RMA compromise
Richard Meadows (Stuff): Govt pays $2m to fix Fonterra relationships
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Nathan Guy’s Machiavelli phase short-lived
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Te Heuheu breaks silence over Maori TV CEO search
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Maori TV wrangles
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Te Heuheu denies intervening over new Maori TV chief
Newswire: Suspend asset sales, opposition says
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Govt expected to revise asset sale target
Rebuilding Christchurch: Thrown under the walking bus
Nelson Mail: System review needs to be open-minded
Adam Bennett (Herald): Law Commission recommends sweeping changes to trust legislation
Catherine Harris (Stuff): Trusts rule makeover floated
Adam Bennett (Herald): Trust law change could aid IRD
Adam Bennett (Herald): Warning over trust disputes
Steven Cowan (Against the Current): CERA - now with added John Key!
No Right Turn: Why is CERA promoting John Key?
Rebuilding Christchurch: The Seperation of Church and State
The Press: Editorial: Welcome boost to CBD rebuild
Dan Satherley (TV3): Turei backtracks on housing 'mistake'
Laura Walters (Stuff): Battle lines drawn on workplace reform
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Living Wages - Canadian economist(s) edition.
Hank Schouten (Stuff): Union 'gobsmacked' at Fletcher layoffs
Natasha Jojoa Burling (Newstalk ZB): Government departments urged to stop using psychometric testing
Dominion Post: Editorial: Little need for psychometric tests
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Axe copper tax action launched
Bob Robertson (Dominion Post): Scaremongers putting forest monorail at risk
Beith Atkinson (Integrity Talking Points): Most Kiwis trust the Police
Tess McClure (Stuff): Church says no to 'hush money'
No Right Turn: The cost of GCSB spying
Jaswant Singh (Stuff): Messy exit from Afghan war
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Espiner calls for ban on police pursuits
Newswire: Aussie takes SFO's top job
David Clendon (Frogblog): NZ Universities being left behind