The ACT leader has put up what he's hoping will be the finishing touches on the euthanasia law.
Swine fever boosts meat export figures, SOUL whānau vote to stay put at Ihumātao, and National has another good poll.
The tax department is currently chasing millions from so-called 'High Wealth Individuals' who won't pay up. But when inequality is spiralling, why not set a maximum level of wealth, and simply take the rest for the betterment of all?
National launches major policy on cancer drug funding, popular support swells for Ihumātao protectors as govt steps in, and ski industry workers face snow drought.
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Of all the would-bes stuck in minor party hell, the New Conservatives may be the horse that bolts on the back of opportunistic campaigning and culture wars.
It's a hideously complicated piece of legislation that gets a bad rap for all sorts of reasons, and now the government is wading into reform.
Tax break for oil rigs raises subsidy questions, crackdown by police against Ihumātao occupation, and Boris Johnson set to become UK PM.
Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Second round of gun law changes announced, hundreds with conditions like Down syndrome get early Kiwisaver, and a major refusal â€¦
Many claim leadership positions around farming emissions, concerns rise about deported gang members in small towns, and superyacht predictions panned.
Options for getting agriculture into ETS unveiled, leading academic savages billion trees programme, and OIO approves Westland Milk sale.
Deep wounds shown by Captain Cook vandalism, expert fact checks claims around electric cars, and police deployed to fight non-existent crime wave.
Government releases proposals around medicinal cannabis, oxycontin takes hold in NZ despite US epidemic, and vaping pushed at Māori women.
More revealed about aftermath of Hit and Run raid, police delete social posts glorifying tactics to catch kids, and regional airports may be bailed out.
Record number of remits debated at LGNZ conference, details announced on how school property boost to be spent, and historic Tasman dumps at risk.
Controversial West Coast dairy co-op sale goes through, time running out for sealing Tūhoe road, and tensions rising around AAAP action days.