The Bulletin: Rapid public support for midwife petition

Strong public support for midwife petition, Waipareira Trust defends massive Tamihere campaign donation, and most of the bodies on Whakaari now found.

The Bulletin: A new direction for justice

Andrew Little indicates justice system changes after reports, Auckland buses back on the road, and National release health proposals. 

The Bulletin: Bittersweet stimulus for spending advocates

Capacity constraints loom large in spending stimulus, pilot speaks out about slow Whakaari recovery efforts, and carbon monoxide levels are high.

The Bulletin: How Whakaari/White Island eruption will be investigated

How the Whakaari eruption will be investigated, Greens ditch Budget Responsibility Rules, and more controversy for Crimson Education.

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The Bulletin: Horror toll from Whakaari/White Island eruption

Death toll from Whakaari eruption likely to rise, cabinet agrees Auckland port must move, and expensive Christchurch stadium details released.

The Bulletin: Long term consequences from heavy weekend weather

Long term consequences from heavy weekend weather, hospitality giant apologises for many mishandled complaints, and Auckland traffic chaos looms.

The Bulletin: Changes coming to fuel market

Changes coming to fuel market, anti-vaxxer arrested in Samoa, and banks told to hold more capital.

The Bulletin: Huge decision looms on port move

Port move decision rapidly approaching, yet more pressure looms for NZ First party, and a big day for consumer banks and their capital holdings.

The Bulletin: Bizarre lawmaking billed as foreign donations ban

Government rams through foreign donations law under urgency, substance of cannabis referendum laws announced, and Samoan boy allegedly denied measles vaccine in NZ.

The Bulletin: Blunder shakes confidence in gun buyback

Data breach blunder hits gun buyback, new poll gives National the numbers to govern, and South Island farm sale blocked by ministers.

The Bulletin: Time right to borrow and spend, says Robertson

Robertson signals big borrowing to boost infrastructure, discarded e-scooters spark concern, and a big week coming for Auckland’s port. 

The Bulletin: Construction giant holds contentious AGM

Fletcher Building holds AGM at crucial time for company, chances of Manus Island refugees being settled in NZ increases, and more NZ First Foundation documents emerge.

The Bulletin: Minister tells dumpers they need to pay more

Minister proposes big jump in dumping levy, Reserve Bank declines to loosen LVRs, and timeline slips out on major Porirua redevelopment programme.

Can a petrol retailer be truly committed to fighting climate change?

Z Energy is New Zealand's largest petrol retailer, yet its CEO says he's dedicated to mitigating climate change. Alex Braae spoke to Mike Bennetts about how that can work. 

The Bulletin: Officer Bridges swings truncheon at gangs

National promises heavy crackdown on gangs, combined announcement puts ECE pressure on govt, and Samoa measles outbreak gets worse.

The Bulletin: Crackdown on winter grazing cows sinking into mud

Minister wants winter grazing cleaned up before next season, elite figures wade into port debate, and golfers win Chamberlain Park fight.