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The Bulletin: Teachers strike, but no resolution on horizon

No resolution to teacher pay dispute despite strike, Fonterra gets a new boss for now, and some interesting bits from the NBR Rich List.  

The Bulletin: So who did leak Bridges’ travel expenses?

The mystery around Simon Bridges' travel expenses going public deepens, teachers go on strike, and Morgan letter rocks Kingitanga movement. 

The Bulletin: Low growth in the Māori roll

Low growth in the Māori roll, property managers slammed for their memes, and a big cash injection for the billion trees programme. 

The Bulletin: Time’s up for Roundup?

Major US decision on weedkiller has NZ implications, ACT wants to abolish the Māori seats, and NZ and Saudi Arabia strengthen trade ties.

The Bulletin: Hits keep coming in Wally Haumaha saga

Hits keep coming in Wally Haumaha story, firefighting foam contaminates Taranaki streams, and nurses release voting numbers.

The Bulletin: Of course the ‘KFC test’ for tenants is being abused

'KFC test' for tenants slammed, another censes debacle reported, and divisions in the nurses union despite pay agreement.

The Bulletin: Backlash to Brash ban, protester denies violent intent

Don Brash ban backlash intensifies, nurses and DHBs finally come to an agreement, and Queenstown residents concerned about airport expansion. 

The Bulletin: Shaky foundations of construction industry

Government moves to address construction concerns, NZ First links to Wally Haumaha keep getting revealed, and push to bring back health targets.

The Bulletin: Counting sheep all the way to the bank

Glut of good news for sheep farmers, a new poll comes out, and education minister hammers teacher pay aspirations.  

The Bulletin: The return of Ardern

The PM returns to work, collapsed construction firm contractors can get tools, and better access for NZers to America announced. 

The Bulletin: In this economy?

Slight rise in unemployment sparks concern, leading construction firm collapses amid building boom, and calls for more serious kauri measures. 

The Bulletin: Farewell PM Peters, we hardly knew ye

Winston Peters wraps up acting-PM tenure, Gloriavale wants millions of taxpayer dollars, and teachers vote for a full day strike.

The Bulletin: NZ union leader detained by Israel

Union leader detained while part of Gaza aid flotilla, another school ditches NCEA level 1, and the future of community halls in the spotlight.

Why keeping lines workers safe means turning off your power

When it comes to safety, sometimes looking back on the past can make you glad you’re alive today.

The Bulletin: Simon says, but says what exactly?

National party tries to both change and stay the same at conference, meth-scare Housing NZ properties reopened, and could The Opportunities Party be saved?

The Bulletin: Future proofing confirmed for Auckland rail

CRL gets bigger before being built, Greens reluctantly tuck into a big dead rat, and police change goat-tasering policies.  

The Bulletin: Competing cannabis bills spark confusion, cynicism

A new medical cannabis bill has hit the member's ballot, abortion on the agenda on Parliament's forecourt, and justice minister Andrew Little's message to Australia.

The Bulletin: What now after raid of Māori King’s office?

Māori King's office raided by the SFO, disgraced TV man Matt Lauer hits back over walking access, and major case of Catholic church child abuse revealed.

The Bulletin: Will government loosen fiscal straitjacket?

Budget Responsibility Rules get another nudge, Auckland politicos eye up 2019, and The Warehouse cuts more than 100 jobs.  

The Bulletin: Support parties in the spotlight

With the PM away, the government's support partners have been making waves, former Jehovah's Witnesses speak out about chronic sexual abuse within the church, and some surprising data on Auckland rentals.

The Bulletin: Environmentalists win first major Zero Carbon battle

Environmentalists stack submissions up on Zero Carbon bill, courier driver conditions laid bare, and refugee quota increase on hold.

The Bulletin: Court action going ahead over extremist speakers

Court action over Southern-Molyneux speech proceeds, courier work conditions exposed, and Northland activists target P-pipe stores.

The Bulletin: How local should government go?

Local government proposals raise support and concerns, Wellington buses have been a mess, and Te Papa's CEO defends job cut restructure proposals.

The Bulletin: Winston swings away on the radio

Winston Peters goes at it on the radio, nurses go back to the bargaining table, and Trump and Putin agree that the FBI is wrong.