In today's email, we detail how the election campaign has been turned on its head ... again.
After 33 years in politics, Peter Dunne has decided to call it a day. He spoke to Sam Sachdeva about his proudest moments in politics and the dangers of “bright ideas”.
In today's email we catch up on a busy weekend in politics.
1. 'Vote for the other guy'
ACT Leader and Epsom MP David Seymour and United Future Leader and Ohariu MP Peter Dunne have intervened to offer a way for the Government to pass Resource Management Act (RMA) reforms without the support of the Maori Party.
Good morning all on the day after Budget 2016.
Good morning all.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Tuesday, including John Key ripping up the RMA reforms planned before the Northland by-election loss and Stuart Nash wanting to drop Labour's NZ Power policy.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Monday, including the fallout from Winston Peters' win in Northland and new figures showing net household wealth rose over NZ$1 trillion for the first time.
For the convenience of email-avoiding subscribers and samplers, here's the email sent earlier on Thursday, including a poll showing Winston Peters 20% ahead of Mark Osborne in Northland and more on the growing importance of Peter Dunne if Peters wins.