In this morning's email we opened the police file of the latest investigation into former MP Todd Barclay, and we looked at the Government's plan to end the "moral panic" over meth residues.
Police reinvestigating disgraced ex-MP Todd Barclay concluded in their final report there were “credible witnesses” and “reasonable grounds to suspect” he recorded a former employee, newly-released documents show.
In today's email we celebrated a big win for our investigation into former Clutha-Southland MP Todd Barclay - but didn't stop us getting up early to cover new Finance Minister Grant Robertson's first major speech.
In today's email we look at the changes ahead for Auckland's transport and housing under a new Government.
A new police investigation into former National MP Todd Barclay has again found insufficient evidence to press charges, in the wake of a Newsroom investigation which led to his departure from Parliament.
In this email we look back at yet another tumultuous day for New Zealand politics.
In today's email we detail the latest in the political dramas dogging both National and Labour, and look into plans to allow the Commerce Commission to conduct market studies.
In today's email we follow up on a weekend spent at the National Party annual conference in Wellington.
Prime Minister Bill English has confirmed Todd Barclay offered to play him the recordings he had made of a staff member - but still says he “simply doesn’t know” whether they actually existed.
Keen to move on from the Todd Barclay scandal, Prime Minister Bill English dangled the indistinct prospect of a second family incomes package in front of voters in his first major speech of the election campaign.