Indifference from major players looms over Christchurch call summit, big changes coming for NCEA, and Peters savages Fonterra's decision to sell Tip-Top.
Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Every teacher in the country to strike together, concerns over funding-starved Māori sector, and two big stories on the rubbish beat â€¦
National calls for housing minister to be sacked, iwi vows no more children will be taken by Oranga Tamariki, and Christchurch businesses fear hard winter.
Zero carbon bill finally unveiled to mixed response, OCR cut to record lows, and Auckland councillor alleges poorer suburbs are subsidising wealthier areas.
A two-tier system of energy use is developing, with those on high incomes much more able to reduce their bills than households on lower incomes.
Health minister cleans out underperforming DHB, major Zero Carbon announcement coming today, and scope of cannabis referendum revealed.
Major biodiversity report paints bleak picture, Victim Support strongly rebuts claims about donated money, and expect a reeferendum announcement today.
Negative reaction to government's welfare report response, deep concern for Victim Support-held money, and a closer look at Panuku and Auckland CCOs.
Figures of foreign buyers shows a big decrease, principals unimpressed by government teacher recruitment fund, and CRL funding issues debated at Council.
Electric vehicle incentives now well overdue, mental health inquiry accused of suppressing Māori voices, and tensions erupt at Auckland Uni anti-racism hui.
Focus put on airports around Southern Lakes, deal appears to have been reached on climate change law, and leadership crisis in National appears to have abated.
Destiny Church rejected for prison rehab programme, Kāpiti Council sends sea level message to homeowners, and funding boost to solve Census snafu.
Energy poverty in the spotlight with winter approaching, Nelson activist sews up statement on consumerism, and NZ Herald releases paywall plans.
Simon Bridges puts up bill with major tax system changes, social media crackdown call unpacked, and lower crowd numbers at main Auckland ANZAC services.
More revealed on funding cuts disability advocates say are happening by stealth, dire warnings in environment report, and could National go for Māori seat?
Gun clubs, gun laws change after Christchurch attack, protests promised against new oil drilling, and widespread construction employment law breaches revealed.
Seasonal peak hits fruit picking industry, massive data hole revealed in census response rate, and PM shuts down suggestions she's backing Crusaders change.