The Bulletin: Long awaited Hit and Run inquiry launched

Hit and Run inquiry launched, the government moves against offshore oil exploration, and there's an outbreak of measles in the South Island.

The Bulletin: How about that weather out there

We wouldn't normally lead The Bulletin with the weather, but this isn't normal weather.

The Bulletin: Government says inherited books are dire

Government prepares ground for a no-treats budget, Waikato DHB pulls out of expensive app failure, and a controversial immigration programme put on hold.

The Bulletin: Marama’s chance to make her mark

In today's edition: Green members elect Marama Davidson, Defence Force links with controversial billionaire Peter Thiel revealed, and teacher aide hours are being cut.

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The Bulletin: Critics hammer Immigration NZ’s racial profiling algorithm

Immigration NZ's racial profiling algorithm slammed by critics, showdown at Select Committee over Radio NZ meeting, and the Christchurch re-repairs cost gets even bigger.

The Bulletin: Transport plans prove to be controversial

Government transport proposals prove to be incredibly divisive, EQC re-repair bill climbs, and an extraordinary warning about funding for Auckland addiction services.

The Bulletin: U-turn for government’s transport strategy

Huge changes in transport strategy announced by the government, the Defence Force boss is stepping down, and the Royal Commission into state care abuse is open for submissions.

The Bulletin: More money for those with less

The minimum wage has gone up, a rāhui on the Waitakere ranges is being violated, and New Zealand's future food security is in focus.

The Bulletin: Government in crisis?

Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Commentators say government is in crisis, record gains in net migration, and the cost of posting a humble letter is going …

The Bulletin: Minister Curran’s future not clear

Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. In this morning's edition: Minister Clare Curran still under fire over Radio NZ meeting, New Zealand's spies can't find any Russian spies, and no …

The Bulletin: Blockade starts at oil industry conference

Activists are blockading an oil industry conference today, nurses are set to strike, and 20,000 cows are getting culled.

Joining the dots on the humble LED: the tiny tech that could change the future

Vector’s new technology engineer Kate Murphy shines a light on history and the impact little things can make on energy reduction at scale.

The Bulletin: Rest home horrors

Good morning and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Reports detail terrible conditions in rest homes, lawyers called in over Plunket money, and Dunedin students are burning fewer couches.  Rest home …

The Bulletin: Doctor leaves the House

Former health minister Jonathan Coleman quits politics, a hospital is riddled with rot and mould, and letting fees could be banned. 

The Bulletin: Eight Million Dollar Man out

Fonterra looks to future as boss resigns, confusion at the top of the coalition government, and charities board denies Greenpeace again.

The Bulletin: Tensions take off between Air NZ, government

Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Finance Minister considers influencing Air NZ through board appointments, Plunket volunteers might walk out, and everyone's favourite former President is in …