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The Bulletin: What slow border opening will look like

What slow border opening will look like, Christchurch stadium to be even bigger after council re-vote, and Canada faces snap election.

Retail and racism: how Z Energy is combating abuse across its stations

Workers at Z sites across the country are subjected to verbal abuse from customers daily.

The Bulletin: Review finds farm environment software borked

Review finds farm environment software borked, Hipkins warns of level four if delta gets loose, and four key reads on the Monday blackouts.

The Bulletin: Eight key points from the Skegg report on reopening

Eight key points of Skegg report on reopening, two stories show difficulties of implementing climate policy, and minister opts not to toll road north of Auckland.

The Bulletin: The devastating new climate report

Devastating new climate report released, lights go out overnight amid surging electricity demand, and Tauranga port workers nervous about Covid scare.

The Bulletin: National’s divisions revealed at conference

National's divisions revealed at conference, Dr Bloomfield under pressure over UN worker statements, and timber shortage putting strain on building projects.

The Bulletin: Covid in Australia worse every day

Covid in Australia worse every day, it turns out the co-founder of Google has NZ residency, and conversion therapy ban passes first reading.

The Bulletin: National pushes new Covid visa for migrants

National pushes new Covid visa for migrants, another storming set of data on unemployment, and Radio NZ pinged for using hacked DHB data in story

The Bulletin: What the new lending restrictions mean

What the new lending restrictions mean, major leaky buildings class action ends abruptly, and farmers cop warnings from labour inspectorate over breaches.

The Bulletin: Seasonal workforce to swell this summer

Seasonal workforce to swell this summer, government sets date to present post-Covid roadmap, and tens of thousands facing hospital delays.

The Bulletin: Poll confirms steady rise for Act and David Seymour

Poll confirms steady rise for Act and David Seymour, formal apology for Dawn Raids takes place, and Human Rights Commission alleges housing breaches.

The Bulletin: Supermarket duopoly laid bare, faces forced competition

Supermarket duopoly laid bare, one industrial action ends while another restarts, and window closing for quarantine-free travel from Australia.

The Bulletin: Vaccine rollout enters crucial new phase

Vaccine rollout enters new phase, Pharmac opens up priority lists to public scrutiny, and Commerce Commission to release study into supermarkets.

The Bulletin: Nitrates in the water, and the risks

Risks of nitrates in the water, no additional Covid found in New Plymouth, and Westport faces horror flooding cleanup.

The Bulletin: ‘Government neglect’ blamed for poverty increase

'Government neglect' blamed for poverty increase, suspected ISIS supporter to be repatriated, and Sāmoa’s former PM formally concedes.

The Bulletin: International recognition for PM Fiame Mata’afa

International recognition for PM Fiame Mata'afa, travel bubble with Australia closed amid escalating outbreak, and Auckland councillor Efeso Collins reveals bomb threat.

The Bulletin: Christchurch stadium design downsized amid cost blowout

Christchurch stadium design downsized amid cost blowout, FMA gives damning insurance industry assessment, and mental health pilot programme fails to get near targets.

The Bulletin: Stocktake of the vaccine rollout

Stocktake of the vaccine rollout, social housing waitlist stretches to another new record, and cargo ships building up in Tauranga port traffic.

The Bulletin: ‘Freedom Day’ in England, and the consequences

Consequences for “freedom day” coming in England, Chinese embassy responds to hacking allegation, and exclusive new polling on government’s Covid response.

The Bulletin: NZ throws in with Five Eyes, alleging Chinese hacking

NZ joins allies in alleging Chinese hacking, stats on inflation show big rise, and immigration tribunal rejects deportation to India on Covid grounds.

The Bulletin: West Coast bears brunt in season of flooding

West Coast bears brunt in season of flooding, dozens of farmer protests take place, and Biden nominates new NZ ambassador.

The Bulletin: Three waters bid gets tepid response

Three waters bid gets tepid response, travel bubble pops again, and major unions taking court case against Uber.

The Bulletin: OCR unchanged, but ground shifts under interest rates

Ground shifts under interest rates, Ardern aligns with US in big foreign policy speech, and Collins brings up a year as National leader.

The Bulletin: Take RSV seriously, warn sufferers

Sufferers warn to take RSV seriously, select committee to hold Bitcoin inquiry, and disgraceful excerpts of March 15 movie script revealed.