In today's email we looked into China's "more muscular approach" on the world stage and what it might mean for New Zealand.
In today's email, we look at how the penultimate poll showed National's concerted attacks on Labour's plans for 'seven new taxes' bearing fruit, wrestling momentum away from Labour and blunting the 'Jacinda Effect'.
In today's email we catalogue yet more twists and turns in the race to election day.
In today's email we look at the latest election debate and opinion poll.
In today's email we launch our election coverage.
In today's email, we ask what the latest poll result might mean for Labour.
Revenue Minister Judith Collins is expected to unveil at least three measures to crack down on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) by international companies later this morning.
The first Colmar Brunton-TVNZ poll taken since Bill English became Prime Minister found support for National fell 4% to 46%, Labour rose 2% to 30%, the Greens were unchanged on 11%, New Zealand First rose 1 to 11%. Mana and ACT both rose 1% to 1% and Maori was unchanged on 1%.
The main political news over the last day was Colmar Brunton's opinion poll reported on TVNZ last night that showed support for Labour fell three percentage points to 26% between early June and early September.
Good morning all.