The Bulletin: Flashpoint looms for long-running census debacle

Flashpoint looms for disastrous census, a deep dive on emissions from tourism, and minister promises hard look at unsafe landfills.

The Bulletin: 50 murder charges, no terrorism charges

Christchurch mosque attack accused to appear in court, threats made against Muslim prayer for ANZAC service, and tense hearings on gun law reforms.

The Bulletin: Shareholders approve, so what will TradeMe sale mean?

Good morning, and welcome to The Bulletin. In today's edition: Shareholders approve of sale of TradeMe to private equity firm, family ties between Shane Jones and logging boss, and Newsroom journalists …

The Bulletin: Literal trash fire puts focus on landfills

Landfills in focus after pair of disasters, new firearms laws to be streamlined through Parliament, and generational conflict over climate change in Thames.

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The Bulletin: Tauranga moves closer to Golden Triangle train dream

BOP Regional Council to investigate upgrading train lines, PM Ardern in China, and dozens of schools stuck using coal for heating.

The Bulletin: Submissions show tough euthanasia fight ahead

Submissions show euthanasia campaigners have tough fight ahead, flooded dump causes environmental disaster, and Gareth Morgan cuts all ties with TOP.

The Bulletin: A day for remembrance

Remembrance service in Christchurch to be broadcast nationwide, skepticism about social media extremism crackdown, and warnings made before bridge collapsed.

The Bulletin: Paramedics call for full govt funding

Poorly paid paramedics call for full government funding, Andrew Little signs off more surveillance warrants, and Christchurch accused links to far-right confirmed.

The Bulletin: Trees aren’t a climate change credit card

Climate change report recommends major changes to land use and policy, Westland hit by heavy flooding, and St John in trouble with paramedics over donations call.

The Bulletin. Will PM Ardern raise Uyghur camps on China visit?

PM's visit to China finally confirmed, privacy commissioner heaps criticism on Facebook, and police minister indicates support for gun register.

The Bulletin: News that went under the radar last week

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The Bulletin: Plenty more work to do on gun law changes

Bi-partisan changes to gun laws announced, immigration minister urged to step in on visas of attack victim families, and stats lay bare Islamophobia in media.

The Bulletin: How did a white supremacist terrorist slip through?

Questions raised about how white supremacist was missed, Christchurch businesses pitch in to repair mosque, and funerals for victims begin.

The Bulletin: Christchurch attacks become political football overseas

Christchurch attacks become political footballs overseas, major tech companies like Facebook under pressure, and concerns raised over continued spread of measles.

The Bulletin: Multi-party consensus gets closer to gun law changes

Multi-party consensus starts to form on gun law changes, moving student led vigil held in Christchurch, and inquiry into attack announced.

The Bulletin: Questions emerge after weekend of mourning

Vigils held around country to mourn the victims of Christchurch mosque attacks, Muslim community speaks out about years of Islamophobia, and gun laws look set to change.