NZ spy revelations
David Fisher (Herald): Snowden revelations: John Key failing leadership test with terrorists-under-the-bed response
Nicky Hager and Ryan Gallagher (Herald): #snowdenNZ / The price of the Five Eyes club: Mass spying on friendly nations and sending vast amounts of intelligence to NSA
Glenn Greenwald and Ryan Gallagher (The Intercept): New Zealand launched mass surveillance project while publicly denying it
Danyl Mclauchlan (Dim Post): And we’re off
Danyl Mclauchlan (Dim-Post): GCSB in the Pacific
Russell Brown (Hard News): To defame and deflect
No Right Turn: Unscreened
No Right Turn: Spying on our friends
Keith Locke (Daily Blog): The reasons why New Zealand’s comprehensive spying on Pacific states is wrong
Michael Field (Stuff): Snowden docs show Digicel hampering spying
Michael Field (Stuff): New Zealand right to spy on Pacific Island neighbours
Michael Field (Stuff): Diplomat: GCSB must have a really boring job
Rob Hosking (NBR): Spying revelations: sorting the substance from the silliness (Paywalled)
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Nicky Hager: NZ spying to secure our place in the 'club'
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): This is the big revelation?
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Investigative journalist Nicky Hager “leaks” more data
Mark Hubbard (Life behind the iron drape): Left’s Hypocrisy Over This Morning’s Pacific Spying Revelations | #GCSB #Privacy
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): The hypocrisy of Key on freedom of speech
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): So we spy on the Pacific for America?
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Snowden documents: NZ spied on Pacific Island neighbours
Rob O’Neill (ZDNet): Documents reveal New Zealand's Pacific spy role
Nathan Smith (NBR): Snowden docs show extent of NZ spying on South Pacific nations
Newstalk ZB: New Zealand spies on Pacific neighbours
Mike Hosking (Newstalk ZB): Spying back in the headlines
Rachel Smalley (Newstalk ZB): Spying revelations unsurprising
Bryce Edwards (Liberation): Top tweets about the new Hager-Snowden-Greenwald spy revelations
Hamish Rutherford and Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Nicky Hager: Kiwis will be 'shocked' by spy claims
Aimee Gulliiver (Stuff): Q&A: Spying and NZ
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): So it turns out that Kim Dotcom was right after all
Vernon Small (Stuff): Wily Peters opens up a range of possibilities
Claire Trevett (Herald): Rival old dogs' paws crossed for win-win in North
Tova O’Brien (Herald): Peters launches Northland campaign with 'The Force'
Laura Walters (Stuff): Winston Peters launches bid for Northland seat with bus tour
Lynn Prentice (Standard): On Northland
Chris Trotter (Daily Blog): Sorry Winston: Why Labour needs to stand in Northland
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): John Key’s ongoing ethics problems
Teina Pora conviction quashed
John Campbell (TV3): Should Teina Pora receive compensation?
Duncan Garner (RadioLive): Teina Pora retrial pointless
No Right Turn: We need to talk about our police
Phil Taylor (Herald): A shy man: I believed it would happen one day
Sophie Ryan and Kurt Bayer (Herald): Malcolm Rewa faces 'very rare' trial after Teina Pora's murder convictions quashed
Audrey Young (Herald): Teina Pora: Labour's Jacinda Ardern calls for independent criminal review commission
Paula Penfold (TV3): Teina Pora 'in very good shape'
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Pora conviction quashed
Work and wages
Stephanie Rodgers (Standard): What has Michael Woodhouse actually got right about employment relations?
Spider and Me: Dear Mr Woodhouse: working people deserve a living wage
Redline: Zero-hour contracts
The Standard:Is Human Resource Management in New Zealand Ethical?
Isaac Davison (Herald): Colin Craig dismissed rumours as 'storm in teacup'
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Colin Craig: Conservative Party doing fine
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Colin Craig tries to paper over the cracks
Gareth Hughes (Green Blog): Why I’m running for Green Party Co-Leader.
Isaac Davison (Herald): Hughes joins contest for Green's leadership
David Farrar (KIwiblog): Hughes standing for co-leader
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): And now Customs want the right to examine your phones and computers and make you provide the passwords
NZ in Iraq
Manawatu Standard: Editorial: Let's hope Iraq won't be price too high to pay
Frank Macskasy (Daily Blog): Mike Hosking – Minister for War Propaganda?
Garth Bray (TVNZ): Can your landlord chuck you out with just days' notice?
Geoff Simmons (Gareth’s World): Why we haven’t talked about the TPPA
Sarah Wilson (Nelson Mail): TPPA threatens Pharmac's right to choose drugs
Carmel Sepuloni’s mother
Isobel Ewing (Stuff): Carmel Sepuloni's mother guilty of benefit fraud
Liz McDonald (Press): Christchurch's rebuild begins with massive $4 billion construction spend
No Right Turn: Should we limit local government pay as well?
Libby Wilson (Stuff): Selfies in vogue as PM calls on O-Week crowd