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Patrick Gower (TV3): Gower: Labour's epic leadership battle a 'yawnfest'
Rob Hosking (NBR): Labour leadership: the battle catches fire (paywalled)
Isaac Davison (Herald): Timing of euthanasia bill worries Little
Chris Trotter (Daily Blog): Good News For The Left!
Rob Salmond (Polity): A glimmer?
The Standard: Standard questions: Grant Robertson
Matt Heath (Herald): Grant is great - just the guy for the job
Fundamentally Useless: Quiet successes, noisy failures
The Standard: Lessons from the ’30s and 40’s: culture and the left
The Standard: The final Labour leadership contest meetings
NZ security and terrorism
Gordon Campbell (Scoop): On the unravelling of the government’s responses to Islamic State
No Right Turn: An inflated risk
Scott Hamilton (Reading the Maps): For and against Islamism: the West's hypocritical war in Iraq
Dave Armstrong (Dom Post): Let troops out for takeaways
Willie Jackson (RadioLIve): John Key on the right track
Patrick Walsh (Herald): There's a poverty fault line in NZ schools and it's creating an ethnic divide
Nicholas Jones (Herald): Principal calls for fairer school funding
Harkanwai Singh (Herald): The difference between rich and poor schools: Three ways of looking at decile data
Peter Lyons (ODT): 'Feathers on a turd and selling it as a turkey'
Kevin Smythe (Networkonnet): Public schools and only to the extent it protects the powerful and wealthy
Vernon Small (Herald): Trade window 'closes mid 2015'
Audrey Young (Herald): Fighting fund to finance TPP battle
Audrey Young (Herald): TPP discussion a 'solid meeting' – Key
Audrey Young (Herald): Power in plentiful supply at Apec summit
The Standard: The TPPA – big business plans to fight back
Vernon Small (Stuff): PM to brief Obama on IS and free trade
Newswire: Key confident in TPPA deal
Vernon Small (Stuff): Apec's Beijing atmosphere is electric
Vernon Small (Stuff): Key and Abbot race planes to Beijing Apec talks
Nigel Moffiet (Stuff): 76 empty state houses in South Auckland
Simon Collins (Herald): Liquor firm eyes more state houses
Niko Kloeten (Stuff): Wealthy Aucklanders' home values soar
Russell Brown (Public Address): The Boom Crash
James Weir (Stuff): End to LVRs might lift prices
Simon Collins (Herald): How did Sir Owen Glenn's domestic violence inquiry get $7 billion figure wrong?
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Big numbers: domestic violence edition
Simon Collins (Herald): Family violence costs NZ up to $7 billion a year
Russell Wills and Phil O'Reilly (Herald): Help families and we all win
Rodney Hide (NBR): If Turkey's the answer, what's the problem? (paywalled)
Rick Ellis to head Te Papa
Dom Post: Te Papa isn't a television station
Deidre Mussen (Stuff): Former TVNZ boss takes over at Te Papa
Law and order
Talia Shadwell, Shane Cowlishaw and Caleb Harris (Stuff):From under their noses
David Fisher (Herald): Ministers acted on inaccurate gang data
Colin James (ODT): Who will be first to the frontier of thought?
Brian Easton (Pundit): The Cost of Demanding More Health Care
Karen Mangnall (RNZ): Tongan deportations 'unconscionable'
Asher Goldman (On the Left): FIREWORKS! Now, let’s talk about local government
Matthew Hooton (Metro): John Key: The Greatest Ever?
Rob Hosking (NBR): Politics: the John Key Comfort Zone (paywalled)
No Right Turn: An outrageous abuse of the OIA
Peter Cullen (Stuff): Court ruling a big win for female workers
Liam Dann (Herald): Great escape yes, but inflation not all bad
Stephanie Rodgers (On the Left): Dying with dignity
Matthew Hooton (NBR): It's climate change season again (paywalled)
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): The fundraiser… Final score
Gerard Hutching (Stuff): Fonterra to offer free milk to schools in Sri Lanka
Anthony Robins (Standard): Effects of privatised power
Sue Kedgley (Herald): Smart power meters a threat to health and liberty
Integrity Talking Points: Prosperous NZ is a place to be – even if one prisoner prefers distant parts
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Informed choices?
Wayne Mapp (Pundit): Mr Mayor, tear down those rates