The main issue in NZ politics today is the Maurice Williamson scandal and resignation. [Read more below]
Stacey Kirk (Stuff): Williamson aims to stand at election
Dominion Post: Editorial: Friends with deep pockets
Southland Times: The perils of just askin'
Vernon Small (Stuff): Maurice Williamson fallout will colour perceptions
RadioLIVE: Pressure not over for Williamson
Isaac Davison (Herald): Embattled MP reveals more links to businessman
Jared Savage (Herald): Crossing the thin blue line
Adam Bennett (Herald): Police alerted Beehive under 'no surprises' policy
Brent Edwards (Radio NZ): Power Play
Barry Soper (Newstalk ZB): The Soap Box: Motormouth Maurice Williamson
Craig McCulloch (Radio NZ): Opposition sets sights on other ministers
Jared Savage (Herald): Maurice Williamson conducted citizenship ceremony himself
Marilynn McLachlan (Herald): Eight NZ politicians who were forced to resign
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Williamson resignation: Nicely done Mr PM
Tova O’Brien (TV3): The fall of Maurice Williamson
Bryce Edwards (Liberation): Top tweets about the Maurice Williamson scandal
Pete George (Your NZ): Should Williamson resign from Parliament?
Danyl Mclauchlan (Dim-Post): National’s week
Scott Yorke (Imperator Fish): Right thinking: Just looking after the investor
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): The hypocrisy of the left
Morgan Tait (Herald): Williamson: An 'error of judgment'
Isaac Davison (Herald): Profile: Who is Maurice Williamson?
Brendan Manning, Jared Savage, and Isaac Davison (Herald): Maurice Williamson 'crossed the line' – PM
Radio NZ: Resignation 'shows falling standards'
Audrey Young (Herald): Why Maurice Williamson should be sacked
Brent Edwards (Radio NZ): Career marked by controversy
Rob Hosking and NBR Staff (NBR): Williamson resigns as minister over call to police
3 News Online Staff (TV3): Maurice Williamson resigns as minister
Ian Llewellyn (Stuff): Maurice Williamson: The dark days
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Maurice Williamson: A career of highs and lows
Jared Savage (Herald): Maurice Williamson: Emails between top cops revealed
Alan Papprill (The Irascible Curmudgeon): National Party Shaken, Stirred and Split.
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Maurice Williamson has resigned – not every rainbow over Pakuranga has a pot of foreign investor gold in it after all
Peter Cresswell (Not PC): More Good News From National!
No Right Turn: Two obvious questions
No Right Turn: "No intention to interfere"
Kevin Norquay (Stuff): Political downfalls
Newswire: Williamson and Liu's links
Paul Buchanan (Kiwipolitico): Another National double standard.
Matthew Beveridge: What was he thinking?
Danyl Mclauchlan (Dim-Post): The normal job of an MP
Radio NZ: Resignation 'shows falling standards'
Duncan Garner (RadioLive): Maurice Williamson’s approach was pure arrogance
Labour’s monetary policy
Rob Stock (Stuff): Bank warning for Labour KiwiSaver plans
Brian Fallow (Herald): Labour's plan a subtly blunt instrument
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Labour now joins NZ First as being anti-immigration
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): How big an impact would variable compulsory saving have?
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil); Does Labour actually know what they are tyring to fix with their new ‘big tool’?
Susan St. John (Daily Blog): Let them eat cake
Taranaki Daily News: Constituent MPs make their mark
Nicholas Jones (Herald): Legal highs pulled from shelves
John Drinnan (Herald): Making a stand on dope
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Drinnan and the ALCP ‘conspiracy’
Rosemary McLeod (Stuff): Twice in one week, a Govt decision makes sense
Newswire: Six legal highs pulled from shelves
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Labour’s war room outmaneuvered by National MPs
Michael Cummings (Manawatu Standard): Hayes tries to take easy route
Stephanie Rodgers (The Standard): Todd Barclay’s real problem: naïveté
Matthew Beveridge: Paper cut outs
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Who will replace John Key?
Bevan Hurley (Herald): Bogus car testimonial adds to MP's woes
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): NZ First travel claims queried
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Herald on MP staffing
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): So what’s the fuss over Denis O’Rourke’s living arrangements?
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Something whiffy here, trougher changes story three times
Newswire: National names Dunne's opponent
3 News Online Staff (TV3): Dunne: Internet Party's purple could confuse
Laura Dooney (TV3): Dunne denies political deal
Radio NZ: United Future says logos too similar
Lois Cairns and Charlie Gates (Stuff): 'No shortfall' in repair costs, says Brownlee
Glenn Conway (Stuff): Mayor showing the strain
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Labour goes crying to Helen
No Right Turn: Labour will restore democracy in Canterbury
Andrea Vance (Stuff): ACT candidate's awkward video mocked
David Farrier (TV3): David Seymour explains YouTube campaign ad
Dean Parker (Herald): Let's remember the martyrs on May Day
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Unhappy May Day – National’s war on workers
Michael Daly (Stuff): The story behind the Odd Future ban
No Right Turn: A shitty reason to refuse entry to New Zealand
Paul Easton (Stuff): Claims of statutory management at Te Papa 'garbage'
Radio NZ: Postgrad allowance won't be reinstated
Karl du Fresne (Stuff): Ignorance rife on social media
Niko Kloeten (Stuff): Chinese rules likely to boost dairy deals
David Fisher (Herald): Snowden invitation proposed
Grant Duncan (Voxy): Pre-election agreements: Bad for democracy?
Elspeth McLean (ODT): Time for some of our politicians to take a good dose of elixir