In today's email we look at how the cutting of a fuel pipe has focused attention on some tricky issues for the Government right before the election.
For the convenience of subscribers, here's my weekend column in which I say New Zealand should encourage and welcome high-skilled migrants, and not treat students and temporary workers as commodities to be exploited.
Migration is set to again feature in the political and economic debates this week ahead of fresh migration figures for July on Friday and jobs figures on Wednesday, and with both Labour and New Zealand First focusing on the issue in and around Parliament.
Good morning all.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Monday, including Bill English's relaxed views on deflation and the high New Zealand dollar, Todd McLay's review of how online purchases are taxed overseas and my column on Graeme Wheeler's interest rate petrol can.