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The Bulletin: Radical restructure of Māori TV news

Radical restructure of Māori TV's news announced, key City Rail Link firm goes bust, and Kiwibank responds to branch closure criticism.

The Bulletin: Call for sunlight at Hit and Run inquiry

Call for Hit and Run inquiry to be open and transparent, scale of risk from rising sea levels revealed, and paracetamol supplies could run short.

The Bulletin: What the flood is going on down South?

Cleanup looms after Southern flooding, National party maintains volume of written questions barrage, and Fletcher shares take a hammering.

The Bulletin: Minister moves to overhaul Early Childhood Education

Minister announces major new ECE plan, climate scientist sign open letter calling for more real climate action, and water rationing considered in Hawke's Bay.

The Bulletin: NZ to stay stuck in the middle at APEC

NZ tries to avoid picking a side in heavyweight trade war, Hamilton bus strikes escalate on both sides, and outspoken academic's car sabotaged. 

Lithium batteries could pile up like used tyres if we’re not careful

Lithium-ion batteries are magnificent feats of engineering and vital for renewable energy. But if we're not careful with them, they'll create enormous environmental problems,

The Bulletin: Commercial water bottlers plead their case

Water bottlers plead their case, concerns around cultural competency of overseas teachers, and govt. confirms it won't restructure Māori Council.

The Bulletin: Fine lines for Ardern to walk on Summit Circuit

PM Ardern at a series of international summits this week, Pike River plan revealed, and NZ to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup.

The Bulletin: Astonishing intervention from Czech criminal’s mother

Karel Sroubek's mother speaks out, Fonterra abandons quantity target in favour of quality, and striking court workers warned they're risking injustices happening.

The Bulletin: Nothing to see here, says Haumaha inquiry report

Wally Haumaha appointment inquiry report comes back clean, primary and secondary teachers to mull united front, and how will Rocket Lab make money?

The Bulletin: Teacher strikes begin under ERA cloud

ERA hits out at teacher demands ahead of strike, police want new terrorism powers, and Supreme Court makes big call on prisoner voting. 

The Bulletin: Shareholders give Fonterra a serve

Farmer shareholders give Fonterra a serve, Czech drug dealer breaks his silence, and Auckland Councillor attendance rates are in focus.

The Bulletin: What happens now after US midterms?

It's a US elections special edition today, but there's some NZ news in here too.

The Bulletin: Fed up midwives vote to strike

Midwives vote for two weeks of strike action, tourism strategy released by government, and a big day of democracy is coming up in the USA.

The Bulletin: Did review into banks go far enough?

Banks under review escape serious sanctions despite spotlight, allegation of police brutality at Defence Expo, and Speaker slammed for rugby junket.

Another secret Jami-Lee Ross recording just derailed Simon Bridges’ morning

What does the new tape, leaked to Newshub, say? And what does it mean? 

The Bulletin: Labour revels in reversed fortunes at conference

Labour revels in rare display of party unity at annual conference, we're buying massive numbers of the wrong cars, and Phil Goff's mayoralty in focus.

The Bulletin: Sroubek saga just gets stranger

Karel Sroubek case gets even stranger, industrial action rumbles away among court staff, and letting fees to be gone by Christmas.

The Bulletin: Peace protests erupt in Palmy

Serious clashes between police and protesters in Palmerston North, ANZ banks ludicrously big profit, and gay conversion therapy could be banned.

The Bulletin: Train fight not in vain

Electric trains to continue on main trunk line, alarm sounded over loss of Auckland tree canopy, and MP Jami-Lee Ross gives proxy vote back to National.

The Bulletin: Parliamentary prayer protest amid changing country

Protest on at parliament today over opening prayer, major changes recommended for biodiversity, and the strange tale of a drug dealer not being deported.  

The Bulletin: Crucial moment for abortion law reform

Report puts abortion law reform back on the agenda, housing shortage likely to worsen despite Kiwibuild, and are the Taxcinda attacks on Labour fair?

The Bulletin: Resignation after yet another sport culture found wanting

High profile resignation at yet another sports organisation, primary teachers vote for rolling strikes in November, and Colin Craig could have another crack at politics.

The Bulletin: Ardern will be held to fuel tax pledge

PM makes no new fuel taxes pledge on the fly, dream of merger over for media companies, and Hager speaks out on JLR saga.