Possible super–referendum mooted for next year, damning fishing report leaked, and Fonterra raises milk price forecasts to near record highs.
The visibility of hologram technology was given a major boost in NZ when the PM used it to make a Techweek speech. So how might the technology be used in the future?
Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: EU gives go ahead for trade talks with NZ, marijuana referendum could be held next year, and Auckland's mayor is under â€¦
Is hype around the All Blacks out of all proportion in this country? Alex Braae went to the first squad naming of the year to see just how big a deal it all is, and talk to a player with a unique perspective on it all.
The government has partly made up its mind on the mega–prison, Māori wards fall short in regional votes, and midwives say the budget boost was too little, too late.
The leader of the opposition has lately been touring the small towns and outer city suburbs. Why? Alex Braae went to Huapai in northwest Auckland to find out.
With Budget day fast approaching, how will it be sold to the public? And how will the opposition go about pinning a derisive name on it? Let's look back at some of the most valiant attempts.
Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Contracts signed by Filipino migrant workers have illegal anti–union clause, voters stream away from Māori roll, and the government considers â€¦
Kiwifruit workers debate and divide deepens, an admission that Kiwibuild might not involve actually building so many houses, and Trump pulls out of Iran deal.
The Football Ferns are about to get equal pay to the male All Whites when they represent New Zealand. It's a huge step for the sport, but will it lead to genuine equality across football?
Greens and Labour at odds over compulsory te reo in schools, petrol prices hit high, and farmers facing big mycoplasma bovis bill.
The biggest global player in broadcast production has bought up a New Zealand company specialising in exactly that. What does that mean for those already here?
Meth pamphlet at high school sparks furious debate, historical police inaction on sexual assault revealed, and NZ misses out on steel tariff exemption.
Prisoners complain guards are assaulting and abusing them, there's a severe shortage of tradies, and the SkyCity Convention Centre suffers another delay.