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Derek Cheng (Herald): Whale Oil blogger left out of probe
Mike Hosking (Newstalk ZB): A lot of allegations, but a lot of explanations too
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Peter Wilson and Sarah Robson (Newswire): Collins inquiry to have powers of royal commission
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David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Kiwiblog Moderation Discussion #1
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Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Who's investigating who?
Waikato Times: Testing times for Key
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Simon Wong (TV3): SIS, Slater inquiry witnesses to be under oath
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Richard Smith (Naked capitalism): New Zealand Prime Minister John Key, the Whale Oil Blog, and International Organized Crime
Jade Cooper (Newstalk ZB): Slater continues Collins defence
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Rob Salmond (Polity): Judith, Cameron, and the phantom FB messages
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Inquiries galore
Matt Stewart (Stuff): Dunne won't read 'muck-raking' Dirty Politics
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Key's staff to be grilled over Goff claim
The Political Scientist: We no longer have a Prime Minister
Scott Yorke (Imperator Fish): The trouble with liars
The Standard: National must be very afraid
Radio NZ: SIS inspector confirms calling witnesses
The Ruminator: Why Martyn Bradbury does not speak for the left
No Right Turn: The caretaker convention and elections
Laura McQuillan (Newstalk ZB): PM rubbishes fresh accusations of dirty politics
Chris Barton (Herald): Technology makes corruption possible
Mark Sainsbury (Herald): NZ politics a circus on steroids
Matthew Beveridge: Twitter conversation of the day 1 September
Political Compass: New Zealand General Election 2014
John Armstrong (Herald): What does sitting on cross benches actually mean?
Manawatu Standard: Social policy means big business
Mathew Grocott (Stuff): Fewer reasons not to vote this time
Andrew Chen (MCDP): A Policy A Day: NZ Broadcasting
The Ruminator: Wilful ignorance
Colin James (Radio NZ): Poll of polls
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Lynda van Kempen (ODT): Parties' policies on aged care in spotlight
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Audrey Young (Herald): Election 2014: Labour sells new tax as Nats hint at cuts
Michael Fox (Stuff): Labour backs national flag review
University of Auckland: Would you vote for that face?
Nicola Wood (Socialist Aotearoa): Housing and Revolution.
Kate Chapman (TVNZ): Vote Compass: Support for free tertiary education
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Matthew Beveridge: Twitter conversation of the day 30 August: Heather and Clare
Patrick Gower (Herald): Voodoo and madness of King Winston
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Peters' bottom-line
Andrea Vance (Stuff): Flip-flopping key to hold on to power
Newswire: NZ First wants 1080 drops stopped
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Michael Fox (Stuff): Beyer takes Harawira to task over Dotcom
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Mana hit speed wobbles – why Annette Sykes will win Waiariki
Tim Selwyn (Tumeke): Waiariki: Marae digi poll has Flavell losing support, Sykes up
Eileen Goodwin (ODT): Georgina Beyer lashes out at Dotcom, Internet party
Derek Cheng (Herald): Election 2014: Greens seek minimum wage rise to $18
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No Right Turn: The Greens on work and wages
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Greens wages policy
Steve Braunias (Stuff): The secret diary of . . . the leaders' debate
Latifa Daud (Daily Blog): Labour wins the Internet
Steve Kilgallon and Paul Easton (Stuff): Smacking ban's 'suicide link'
Brendan Manning (Herald): Colin Craig: I don't want New Zealand becoming an international busy-body
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Tahu Potiki (Stuff): Flabbergasted by claptrap over land sales
Siobhan Downes (Stuff): Bradford shooting tweet sparks backlash
Waikato Times: Are electoral laws working?
Michael Fox (Stuff): Maori Party will win seat, poll suggests
Steven Cowan (Against the current): Blaming Sue Bradford
Chris Keall (NBR): Monster donations see Conservatives pull ahead of Internet Mana in big money race (paywalled)
Nicholas Jones (Herald): Craig's stand makes Bays a gripping watch
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Mike O’Donnell (Stuff): Hacks and leaks distract from NZ Inc's real digital meat
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