For samplers of our subscription email, here's the daily email we put out earlier today. It includes detail on how insurers and banks might respond to rising sea levels and a look behind the record high number of new gas guzzlers and old used cars that were imported last year.
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In this morning's email for subscribers, Bernard Hickey looks at Cabinet's meeting today to prepare for a four week sprint of legislative and executive action in the lead-up to Christmas, along with Jacinda Ardern's new-found keenness on both parents sharing Paid Parental Leave.
In this morning's email, we looked in depth at the Reserve Bank review announced yesterday and at Winston Peters' fishing expedition for information on how his pension over-payments become public.
In this morning's email, we look at why Winston Peters will miss his self-imposed deadline of naming a Government today and who is most likely to be chosen to be the Government.
In this email for subscribers sent on Sunday, we assess the increased chances of a left-leaning Government after National lost two seats after the counting of special votes. The result could have been 57 all between National and Labour-Green if Labour had been able to take just 5,000 more votes off National.
In this morning's email, we look behind National's plan to double first home buyers' grants, we note Labour's plan to ban foreign buyers of existing homes by Christmas, and we report from Jacinda Ardern's campaign rally in Wellington. We also highlight Sam Sachdeva's profile of the key Christchurch Central electorate.
In today's email, we look ahead to this afternoon's PREFU and what sort of lolly scramble it might unleash, we note the growing debate over Labour's prevarications on a Capital Gains Tax and include an interview with Winston Peters.
Good morning all.
Good morning all.