Transport Minister Phil Twyford argues against the idea that his new transport policy is only about rail and against roads. He says it's about having it all.
In this morning's email we compared the stance of the Prime Minister on the proposed Russia FTA with that of her foreign minister.
In today's email we celebrated one year of Newsroom and Newsroom Pro.
In this morning's email we cover the careful reshuffling of the National caucus, a combination of bomb defusal and lolly scramble.
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has released a report he commissioned into the housing crisis, saying it revealed a significant but unknown number of 'floating' households who were unable to access state, emergency or community housing.
In today's email we previewed the report into the housing crisis due out this morning.
In today's email we looked at the detail of the proposed legislation to ban foreign buyers, and detail what Defence Minister Ron Mark claims is "the biggest blowout" yet found by the new Government.
Speaking on the eve of this Thursday's key Half Yearly Economic and Fiscal Update, Finance Minister Grant Robertson has emphasised his direction to ministers to cut spending in unwanted areas to ensure the Government meets its fiscal responsibility rules.
In this morning's email we dug into the Government's claim of a massive cost blowout with the Christchurch sports complex project.
In today's email we looked at how the new Government might deal with the issue of the Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) mechanisms within the TPP.