The top stories this morning include American nervousness over China's political connections in New Zealand, a looming decision on M.Bovis, the first nurses' strike planned in 30 years, a review of ACC's culture and CEO, and Donald Trump announcing his summit with Kim Jong Un is back on.
In today's email we look at what is on the table in the ongoing coalition negotiations.
1. EPA's approach under review
In today's email we look into the Electoral Commission's list of donations made to political parties, dig into the sale of the disputes resolution service used by ACC, and ask what is next for ACT.
A company set up by the Government to handle ACC disputes is now owned by staff. But can FairWay Resolution act impartially when those employed have a financial interest in its performance and why was it not put up for tender? Shane Cowlishaw reports.
In today's email we detail what the pay equity deal might mean for the Budget as well as for aged care workers - and the residents they look after.
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