SkyCity convention centre deal
Matthew Hooton (NBR): SkyCity debacle offers morbid fascination
Toby Manhire (Herald): Time to bail out of SkyCity bailout
No Right Turn: Sky City doesn't need our money
Matthew Dallas (Stuff): Manawatu Standard: Editorial: SkyCity deal looking like a hustle
Campbell Live (TV3): SkyCity fundraiser brings in $41.20
Nick Grant (NBR): Council commissioners consider convention centre consent – but where's the business case? (paywalled)
Vernon Small (Stuff): John Key in retreat on SkyCity convention centre
Rob Salmond (Polity): I agree with DPF, Jordan Williams, and (mostly) with Matthew Hooton, too.
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil):John Key softening the SkyCity stance
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Has SkyCity already had a free taxpayer gift?
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Bill English sings from different SkyCity song sheet than Key and Joyce. What gives?
Scott Yorke (Imperator Fish): It’s about friends helping friends
Pete George (Your NZ): Public opinion pulls Key back from reaching for the Sky scam
Rob Salmond (Polity): Small on "free" convention centre
NZ intervention in Middle East
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Engagement in Iraq: questions that need answers
Andrea Vance (Stuff): NZ's role in Iraq: Violence on both sides, Amnesty International says
Gordon Campbell (Scoop): On how Iraq’s visiting Foreign Minister embodies an Iraq that’s not worth fighting for
Simon Wong (TV3): McCully: IS fight invitation not 'rocket science'
Patrick Gower (TV3): Could Kiwi troops fight with United States in Iraq?
Claire Trevett (Herald): Iraq's foreign minister 'coming here for a reason' – McCully
Rachel Smalley: Readying New Zealanders for war
The Standard: War HUH!
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): The Standard put the case for re-invading Iraq
John Palethorpe (Shinbone Star): The End Of The Iraq War?
Paul Thomas (Herald): No easy choices in the fight against barbarism
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Du Fresne on Islamic State
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Hague puts hat in Greens leadership ring
Rob Hosking (NBR): Kevin Hague's prospects (paywalled)
Isaac Davison (Herald): Hague confirms he wants to be Greens co-leader
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Hague announces candidacy
Claire Trevett (Herald): Little's political cup runs over
Mike Hosking (Herald): Little too new to try going off page
Dita De Boni (Herald): Little pot shots and grand promises
Claire Trevett (Herald): MPs travel expenses revealed: Labour's cheaper leadership race
Jo Moir (Stuff): Staffer repaid cash from credit card
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Meh, it’s only free taxpayers’ money
Zero hours contracts
Stephanie Rodgers (Standard): Labour takes a stand against zero-hour contracts
Mike Treen (Daily Blog): Fast food workers meet to “End zero hours in 2015!”
No Right Turn: The police haven't changed
Elton Smallman and Phillipa Yalden (Waikato Times): Fears of thinning blue line
Jeremy Malcolm (Public Address): Losing cultural treasures under the TPP
Nevil Gibson (NBR): Health advocates raise TPP fear rhetoric to new levels (paywalled)
Brent Edwards (RNZ): Key plays surprise race card
Gareth Morgan (Gareth’s World): Our leaders’ soul searching over sovereignty
Nelson Mail: Little revisits a vital question
Sophie Ryan (Herald): NZ Post cuts deliveries to three days a week
John Drinnan (Herald): SkyCity deals a mixed message
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): NZ goes from 9th to 6th for press freedom
Pete George (Your NZ): Kudos for Beehive Live
Herald: The Insider: King Dick wins
Larry Williams (Newstalk ZB): The First Word: Sabin, Halbergs, SkyCity, Harbour
Michael Daly (Stuff): US chief of naval ops in NZ
Heather du Plessis-Allan (TVNZ): Foreign register for NZ land ownership 'complex but not impossible'
Jenesa Jeram (ODT): Potential in parties' changed approach
Patrick Smellie (Business Desk): There's another way on seabed mining
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Date bungled on by-election paperwork
Carrie Stoddart-Smith (Ellipsister): We really going to ignore white terrorism?
Nicholas Jones (Herald): Charter school set up could lead to an education 'revolution'
Peter Cresswell (Not PC): Seymour: A libertarian, but not as we know it?
Ben Heather (Stuff): Smart meters: power companies know when you're home