In today's email we ask whether, despite the final poll showing National poised to win a fourth term in government, a 'youthquake' of people enrolling as they vote could yet upend the result.
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.
In today's email, the focus is on how water is shaping up as one of the hot election topics.
In today's email we catch up on a busy weekend in politics.
An Australian committee will soon report back on whether to allow the deportation of under 18-year-old migrants, including New Zealanders, who commit crimes. What impact could this have on Trans-Tasman relations?
1. Little's leadership in the balance
A panel discussing low levels of turnout among young voters has argued more fundamental changes to New Zealand’s democratic system are needed to reverse the trend. Sam Sachdeva reports.
The Government is spending $40 million to improve the digital technology skills of school students, but employers say it is a lack of 'soft skills' such as teamwork, self-management and decision-making that makes many young New Zealanders unready for work.
In today's email we look at how the youth vote very nearly won the UK election for Labour, and ask if the same could happen here.
Labour's final Future of Work report and its 64 recommendations underpinned the policy announcements at its annual conference in Auckland over the weekend.