1. 'Why didn't you tell us everything'
In today's email we discuss how those hoping for a new Government by the end of the day will be disappointed.
In today's email we wonder what is behind the latest delay of the Commerce Commission's final decision on NZME and Fairfax, we learn why the Privacy Commissioner has not fear of Facebook, and we look at why people are worried about proposed open access to online schooling.
Bill English's frustration was on display yesterday over a 36% pay increase for Adrian Orr that was approved by the board of the New Zealand Superannuation Fund against English's wishes.
Finally, after months of speculation, the Reserve Bank and Steven Joyce confirmed yesterday that Graeme Wheeler would not seek a second term as Governor when his current five-year term ends on September 26.
Prime Minister John Key has foreshadowed plans to raise the thorny and frustrating issue of the 'streaming' of imputation credits for dividends when he meets for the first time on Wednesday with new Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.