This morning's email focused on the latest in international relations and finance.
In today's email we caught up on the latest diplomatic developments, along with some fiery speeches in parliament.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has downplayed the Greens’ decision to vote against the new Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal - while hinting Labour’s other coalition partner New Zealand First could yet follow their lead.
In this morning's email we looked in detail at the latest from the Apec and EAS meetings, including the resuscitation of the TPP trade deal, now brought back to life as the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has met with his Chinese counterpart, pledging to help track down escaped suspects of corruption while failing to raise his pre-election concerns about the country’s growing influence in New Zealand.
In this morning's email we dig into the detail of Acting Reserve Bank Governor Grant Spencer's first MPS and press conference and what it might mean for new Finance Minister Grant Robertson's reform plans.
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.
Former Australian foreign minister Gareth Evans says there is reason for optimism internationally despite the unstable climate. Evans spoke to Sam Sachdeva about Australia’s need to rebalance its foreign policy, the threat posed by rising Chinese influence, and where New Zealand's new government should focus its efforts on the world stage.
In today's email we mark the official start of the Labour-led coalition government.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her Government could move quickly to pass a “mini-Budget” as it presses ahead with a plan for its first 100 days in office.