The main issues in NZ politics today are David Cunliffe and the Labour Party, Ukraine, the Act Party, Mojo Mathers, and Maori politics. [Read more below]
Claire Trevett (Herald): Cunliffe admits sidestepping donations issue
Laura McQuillan (Newstalk ZB): Cunliffe used trust to keep campaign donations secret
Claire Trevett (Herald): Cunliffe admits using trust to take campaign donations
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Will Cunliffe’s donations be revealed?
Ele Ludemann (Homepaddock): Trusts, trust and transparency
No Right Turn: David Cunliffe: Unethical
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Cunliffe invests with big American firm, not Kiwi companies
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Cunliffe and transparency
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Cunliffe’s word come back to haunt him
Pete George (Your NZ): Cunliffe “happy to be open” about keeping donations secret
The Standard: How short are memories?
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Cunliffe’s secret trust
Liam Dann (Herald): Labour must drop monetary madness
The Press: Labour needs to lift its game
Liam Hehir (Stuff): Strategic alliance bold but risky
Peter Cullen (Stuff): The dangers of mixing politics and your job
Rob Slamond (Polity): Labour MPs win progress for 85 year old earthquake victim
Tim Selwyn (Daily Blog): TVNZ reviews Maori radical left wing militant bias as Tamati Coffey decides on hard Labour
Adam Bennett (Herald): Putin must back down, says Key
Brendan Manning (Herald): Ukrainians in NZ split over Russians in Crimea
Peter Wilson (Newswire): Ukrainians in NZ split over Russians in Crimea
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Resolute response to aggression in Crimea
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Ambassador summoned, FTA on hold
Patrick Gower (TV3): Key won't rule out joining NATO strike over Ukraine
Paul Bucchanan (Kiwipolitico): Playing Checkers on a Chessboard.
Josie Pagani (Pundit): Time to put the punch into ‘punch above our weight’
Audrey Young (Herald): Too many words and not enough Act
Matthew Backhouse (Herald): Key will consider Act's burglary policy proposal
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): ACT’s political naivety is nauseating
Jamie Morton (Herald): Promise to remove Rena if Labour elected
Pete George (Your NZ): Conspiracy accusations
Scott Yorke (Imperator Fish): Did Pete George do it?
Ele Ludemann (Homepaddock): Conspiracy theories
Greg Presland (The Standard): Taxpayers Union – concentrating on the banal and ignoring the big issues
RadioLIVE: Royals' Maori King visit cancelled
Michael Foreman (Stuff): Iwi buy into Kaingaroa Timberlands
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Jones v taniwha
Claire Trevett and Vaimoana Tapaleao (Herald): King rejects Prince - visit too short
James Ihaka (Herald): Iwi ready to move past grievances says Titewhai
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Titewhai says time to settle
Claire Trevett (Herald): PM to visit China to discuss contamination scare
Vernon Small (Stuff): Pandas not on NZ-China agenda
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Safety inspectors payout cost $1.1m
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): A threat is not a policy
Inequality and poverty
Jenesa Jeram (Stuff): Degrees no longer a 'golden ticket'
Gerald PIddock (Stuff): NZ's dairying expansion 'has to be stopped'
James Weir (Stuff): Union claims NZ 'ripped off' by film tax ploys
Hamish McNicol (Stuff): Petrol rises on political unrest
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Exports soar
Brian Dawson (Stuff): Plenty struggling in wealthy city
Lewis Holden: Earning more, yet being worse off
Jane Kelsey (Stuff): Reveal the trade pact details
Amy Brooke (100 Days): Key, the Artful Dodger? TPPA: Taxation without representation.
Jim Traue (Stuff): Will paying top teachers more help pupils?
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): Connectivity holes an election issue?
Pattrick Smellie (Idealog): Lessons from Kim Dotcom: How not to start a political party
Wayne Hope (Daily Blog): Blowing the roof off: a review of Luke Harding’s The Snowden Files
Matthew Beveridge: MPs on Twitter: Simon O’Connor
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Is Simon Bridges really a future National leader?
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Audrey Malone (Stuff): Michael Laws moving to Timaru
Newswire: Million-dollar bill for royal visit
Vaimoana Tapaleao (Herald): Auckland now more diverse than London
Dougal McNeil (ISO): Web Round-Up: February
Max Daly (Guardian): Not regulating 'legal highs' condemns drug users to playing Russian roulette
Steve Braunias (Stuff): Hui key to happiness
Steven Cowan (Against the Current): Why I Won’t be Voting
John Moore (Liberation): The demonisation of Colin Craig
Nelson Mail: A tale of two waterways
Kennedy Grham (Frogblog): Defence force shoot messenger over Afghan interpreter saga
Kevin Foley (Stuff): Censorship a thorny issue
Deborah Hill Cone (Herald): Mea culpa, but it's dangerous to be always nice
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Three new marine reserves
Lewis Holden: What's important to you in election year?