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Jo Moir and Dave Burgess (Stuff): Council bullish on buying state houses
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): No state house sale moves: Key
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Will state housing privatisation & health be Key’s Achilles heel?
Rebecca Quilliam (Herald): State houses on the chopping block
Jeff Hampton (TV3): Bennett: State housing deal does not amount to asset sale
The Standard: The exciting sexy selloff of our State housing
Joel Cosgrove (Fightback): Housing under Neoliberalism
NZ intervention in Middle East
Tom McRae (TV3): PM, Abbott discuss potential IS fight
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Concern over Kiwi jihadists
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): The new terror threat
Newswire: PM to outline NZ's role in IS fight
Tony Wall and Marty Sharpe (Stuff): Maori Muslim backs Islamic State
Vernon Small (Stuff): Employment law 'a step backwards'
Jane Clifton (Listener): Give us a break (paywalled)
Josie Pagani (Pundit): The problem with our economy is too many tea breaks?
Rob Salmond (Polity): Herald vs Hosking-in-Herald on teabreaks
Manawatu Standard: Employment law change boon for bosses
John Anthony (Stuff): New employment laws 'common sense'
Mike Treen (Daily Blog): Workers rights weakened by new laws – fightback needed
Martin Gregory (ISO): A Victory in the Long March for Equal Pay
Ruth Hill (RNZ): Unions divided on shareholding merits
NZ role in fighting Ebola
Stacey Kirk (Stuff): Key weighs sending Kiwi medics to help with Ebola crisis
Imperator Fish: Hard workers have nothing to fear from Ebola
Vernon Small (Stuff): Cunliffe loyalists back Little
Denise Irvine and Aimie Cronin (Waikato Times): Waikato politicians pitch for Labour's top jobs
Fundamentally Useless: Grant’s ‘jobs for hacks’ programme
Gordon Campbell (Werewolf): Rethinking Labour
Anna Lee (Herald):I Want Your Job: Jacinda Ardern
Simon Buckingham (Daily Blog): Where are Labour Candidates on disability?
The Standard: Moving away from the politics of fear
John Armstrong (Herald): Seances and crackpot ramblings belong in Greens' mystical past
Matthew Beveridge (Social Media): LewSOS sums it up
Southland Times: Editorial: Defining moment, or forehead-slapper?
Grant Jacobs (Sciblogs): New Zealand political spokesperson for GE and more endorses homeopathy for Ebola
David Kennedy (Local Bodies): The Greens are wacky?
Pete George (Your NZ): Green Browning “laughable weirdo”
Fran O’Sullivan (Herald): Greens need to let foreign leaders speak when the House sits
Claire Trevett (Herald): Fox elected as new co-leader
Claire Trevett (Herald): Maori Party chair criticises fundraising dinners
Claire Trevett (Herald): Cut deals to ensure survival - Taurima tells Maori Party
Claire Trevett (Herald): Maori Party focussed on rebuild
Philip Matthews (Stuff): Should Left-wing bloggers just shut up?
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Where to now for Left Wing Blogs?
Anthony Robins (Standard): Should Right-wing newspapers just shut up?
Rodney Hide (Herald): Forget the Whale and get on with it
Lyn Prentice (Standard): The bad blogger
Pete George (Your NZ): Prentice “lies” again
Pete George (Your NZ): “Farrar, Slater and George form the dark-triad of NZ blogging”
Pete George (Your NZ): Whale Oil advertising onslaught explained
David Slack (Metro): The Obituary of Nicky Hager, Died April 1, 2052
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): I’m alive and have something to share
Megan Woods (Radio Live): Dirty Politics goes too far
Waikato Times: Key blurring his lines
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): For once I agree with Russel Norman
Te Putatara: Rawshark – Is She Maori or Pakeha?
Nicola Gavey (Sexual Politics Now): Where to after Operation Clover?
Kate Dickie-Davis (Daily Blog): Myth Busting Rape Boasters
Duncan Garner (Stuff): Time for some gutsy decisions on tackling poverty
Chris Trotter (Daily Blog): The Final Fifth: The Last Great Task for Progressive New Zealand
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Electoral Commission has some questions to answer
No Right Turn: MacLennan on fixing the OIA
No Right Turn: A lack of commitment
Shane Cowlishaw (Stuff): From the farm to the Beehive
Audrey Young (Herald): We're about security not spying: SIS chief
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Going once, twice, power to the people
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Greens call for power buyback umpire
David Fisher (Herald): Waitangi wrangle burns $1m legal fees
Keith Woodford (Stuff): New Zealand's dairy dilemma
Michael Field (Stuff): Shane Jones fishing in deep waters
Grant Duncan (Briefing Papers): Two Years to Demonstrate Our Independent Status
Tina Law (Stuff): Govt slams planning changes as inadequate
Matthew Beveridge (Social Media): Twitter Stats: 31 October
Paul Little (Herald): It's bullying by another name
Martin van Beynen (Press): Should journalists be armed?
Andrew Gunn (Press): Why PM really is a ... star
Jess McAllen (Stuff): Court's gang patch ruling unravels
Taranaki Daily News: Time for civil debate on Maori wards
Tracey Chatterton (Stuff): Aspiring politician stabbed ex-partner's new man
Herald: Trick or treating the PM
Rob Stock (Stuff): Chief executive as politician
Eric Crampton (Offsetting Behaviour): Handbags?
On the Left: Why I am on the left: class and gender
NZ Parliament: Parliamentary shield for the 50th Parliament