A gobsmacking 35 percentage points separate the two biggest parties in the latest Newshub poll. What does it all mean?
Gone By Lunchtime on the Andrew Falloon scandal and its implications for a beleaguered National Party.
In the first of a series of now-virtual events, Danyl is joined by a journalist and a former political staffer to discuss politics and the media.
Ben, Annabelle and Toby are not medical doctors or, in fact, doctors of any kind, but here they overcome this minor impediment and solve coronavirus.
Annabelle Lee-Mather, Ben Thomas and Toby Manhire inhale the unsweet aromas of donation scandal enveloping NZ First, National, and by association the prime minister herself.
Can the Spinoff politics podcast's tense coalition survive an election year in which each podcasater will be striving to carve out their own identity?
Hell's bells it's Gone By Lunchtime, shooting the breeze on Kris Faafoi, Jason Kerrison, Winston Peters, NZ First donations, a cannabis referendum, and the year to come.
But he did play a crucial role in helping Andy Foster knock over Justin Lester. We size up the local elections, gaze at the dramas in the NZ First Party, and ask how bad the new poll is for Jacinda Ardern.
Revelations around alleged sexual assault by a Labour staffer and the inquiry into his behaviour have dominated the week. Alex Casey and Mihi Forbes join Annabelle Lee and Toby Manhire.
The Gone By Lunchtime team feast on the political morsels of the month. including the National conference and a challenge over Ihumātao. Plus: a new jingle.
In the last politics podcast of the year, Annabelle Lee, Ben Thomas and Toby Manhire rub their weary eyes and stick out their stockings