The main issues in NZ politics today are housing, John Banks, Labour Party, the Budget, GCSB and drones. [Read more below]
Michael Fox (Stuff): Overvalued houses could force rents up
Rob Salmond (Polity): Minister of Buck Passing
Scott Yorke (Imperator Fish): There is no housing crisis
Newswire: Key 'out of touch' over housing crisis
Adam Bennett (Herald): Housing crisis worse under Clark's Government
Winston Peters (RadioLIVE): Our homes are selling like hotcakes
Vernon Small (Stuff): Labour keen to manage new arrivals
Jerram Watts (TV3): Key, Cunliffe at odds over 'housing crisis'
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Planning law overhaul stalled
Chris Trotter (Daily Blog): Housing The People: Will the next Labour Government be as economically inventive as the first?
Niko Kloeten (Stuff): Homes too dear? 'Only in Auckland and Christchurch'
3 News Online Staff (TV3): Key 'out of touch' on housing crisis - Opposition
Duncan Garner (RadioLIVE): PM – Property Crisis? What Property Crisis?
The Standard: Denial
Gordon Campbell (Scoop): On the government’s inadequate housing policy
Peter Cresswell (Not PC): Housing: Crisis, What Crisis?
Rob Salmond (Polity): Madness: Our house
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Brain drain reversing and the Opposition don’t like that either
Fundamentally Useless: What Left parties now stand for
David Fisher (Herald): Defendant brushes off mud and says not guilty
Dylan Moran (TV3): Kim Dotcom to give evidence at Banks' trial today
David Fisher (Herald): Estranged Dotcoms have a date as witnesses in John Banks trial
Radio NZ: Dotcom to give evidence in Banks trial
Jimmy Ellingham (Herald): John Banks coated with mud on way to court
James Fyfe (TV3): Banks 'wilfully blind' in donation saga - Crown
Jimmy Ellingham (Herald): John Banks stands trial for filing false electoral return
Nathan Smith (NBR): Trial delayed after protester covers John Banks in mud
The Standard: “Banks vs Mud”
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): A brief word on kicking John Banks when he is down
Newswire: Banks' treasurer says return was correct
Michael Fox (Stuff): Julian Wilcox won't stand for Labour
Laura McQuillan (Newstalk ZB): Labour forced into rethink on Tamaki Makaurau candidacy
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Has Tamaki Makaurau just opened up for Marama Davidson?
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Wilcox says no to Labour
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Dyson not to be one of Labour list MPs
Isaac Davison (Herald): Labour thin on ground for Tamaki Makaurau after Wilcox says no
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Labour and Unions plotting on Twitter
Don Brash (NZCPR): National’s Sixth Budget
Colin James (ODT): The China factor in English’s bright new world
No Right Turn: A rising tide lifts all boats?
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Critiquing the media Budget spin
Brian Easton: Is John Key Flakey?
Frank Macskasy (Daily Blog): Budget 2014 – What deceits lie in this document?
No Right Turn: Are the GCSB murderers?
Steffan Browning (Frogblog): Is Key misrepresenting us over Five-Eyes?
Radio NZ: GCSB may have helped drone attacks
Simon Wong (TV3): Key won't say if more Kiwis killed in drone strikes
Andrea Vance (Stuff): No NZ spy role in drone strike – Key
Isaac Davison (Herald): GCSB data may have been used for drone strikes – PM
Laura McQuillan (Newstalk ZB): PM "totally comfortable" with Kiwi intel being used in drone strikes
Alcohol and drugs
Bob McCoskrie (Stuff): Marijuana use damaging to health
Sarah McDougall (Newswire): Doctor: Govt missed alcohol reform opportunity
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): An alcohol report that got little publicity
Russell Brown (Hard News): The problems inherent in the system
Radio NZ: Contempt of court laws 'vague'
Simon Wong (TV3): Proposals could penalise jurors for Googling
Isobel Ewing (Stuff): Glocks inquiry call by Labour
Claire Trevett (Herald): PM 'hopeful' India's new leader will kickstart FTA talks
Isaac Davison (Herald): Labour and Greens support law change
Susan Hornsby-Geluk (Stuff): Demotion still beats losing job altogether
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): Second internet cable planned
Rob Salmond (Polity): Unbalanced growth leaves workers behind
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Can the most rural 25% of NZ really get fibre for $200 million
Ben Heather (Stuff): Hospital staff asked to cut costs
Steve Braunias (Stuff): I know how Lorde feels
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Electric Cars
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): The new candidates that should excite Progressives this election
Keith Locke (Daily Blog): McCully comes to the rescue of Sri Lankan regime
Brittany Mann (Stuff): Cartoonist doubts 'glass ceiling' tales
Russell Brown (Hard News): Softly, softly
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Wellington-bound
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Things I wish TradeMe Property could do
James Dann (Rebuilding Christchurch): A Brighter Future in Christchurch! (Some conditions apply)
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Air quality up
Deborah Hill Cone (Herald): Tis a tangled web we weave in our online lives
Stacey Kirk (Stuff): Key to meet President Obama
Marta Steeman (Stuff): Ngai Tahu out of Ruataniwha dam
Radio NZ: Green candidate makes sense of politics
Pete George (Your NZ): Will Greens target Tāmaki Makaurau?
Scott Hamilton (Reading the Maps): Talking nonsense tonight on Native Affairs
The Ruminator: The Terror of procreation
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Mr Key goes to Washington