NZ POLITICS DAILY
Richard Harman (Politik): A latter-day John A Lee departs
Vernon Small (Stuff): Cunliffe was told to contemplate retirement - and finally takes the hint
Audrey Young (Herald): Former Labour leader David Cunliffe to leave politics in the hope he made a difference
Jane Patterson (RNZ): Labour caucus farewells clever, awkward Cunliffe
Newstalk ZB: David Cunliffe to retire from politics in 2017
Jenna Lynch, Isobel Ewing (Newshub): The highlights and lowlights of David Cunliffe's political career
Jenna Lynch (Newshub): Judith Collins still thinks David Cunliffe is a 'moron'
Mike Hosking (Newstalk ZB): Sad end for David Cunliffe
Bryce Edwards (liberation): Top tweets about David Cunliffe’s parliamentary retirement
Simon Wilson (Metro): The singing rhinoceros: Simon Wilson on Len Brown’s legacy
Simon Wilson (Public address): The light train to Roskill
Matthew Hooton (Metro): Be bold or fā Goff
Todd Niall (RNZ): Big goals but few specifics in Goff 's maiden mayoral speech
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Phil Goff sworn in as mayor of a homeless city
Christine Fletcher (Herald): Phil Goff should go on the board of Auckland Transport
Farming and animal welfare
Rachel Stewart (Herald): Path of destruction and dim-wittedness
Kirsten Kelly (Stuff): It's animal welfare – Not animal rights
Rachel Clayton (Stuff): Footage shows a cow being suspended from tractor by 'hip clamps'
Newshub: Key: Aust refugee deal not with NZ
Katarina Williams (Stuff): State broadcaster boss bags big pay increase
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Unemployment drops to lowest level since 2008 on booming job creation
Jamie Morton (Herald): Govt accused of 'cooking books' over climate
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Did Little even talk to Goff on his bribe?
Dominion Post: Editorial: MPs leave, but the taxpayer-funded flights go on
Russell Harding (Stuff): 'We can't pretend this isn't happening' is my kind of political slogan
Newswire: Law change gives nurses more powers
Greg Presland (The Standard): Kiwibank is being privatised by stealth
David Farrar (Kiwiblog):Only 10% of small businesses backing Labour
Eileen Goodwin (ODT): Ministry of Health 'ducking'
Jeremy Elwood & Michele A'Court (Stuff): Nostalgia for your weekend
Eric Crampton (Offsetting behaviour): Everything bad ever is the fault of neoliberalism or orthodox economics or both
Kiwifirewalker: Is New Zealand really ready to talk about Immigration?
The Standard: Follow the money
Mike Wesley-Smith (Newshub): Rod Emmerson on that Michael Cheika cartoon, and the power of satire
John Braddock (World Socialist Web Site): New Zealand pseudo-lefts hold protests to denounce Russia
Scott Hamilton (Reading the maps): Intellectuals, fools, and hubris: Gordon McLauchlan responds to Roger Horrocks
Robert Patman (Listener): Nato down-under in the Asia-Pacific
Ben Peterson (Leftwin): New Zealand’s Revolution is coming
Newshub: Cost recovery for police vetting
Newshub: No holiday for land wars remembrance
Mihingarangi Forbes (RNZ): Key criticised for 'weasel words' on Standing Rock support
No Right Turn: Open Government: Shamed by Australia
Don Farmer (Wairarapa Times-Age): Death of former Wairarapa MP Reg Boorman rekindles memories of bizarre election
Greymouth Star: Fake Facebook page trolls MP Damien O'Connor
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Analysis: Could a Trump or Clinton presidency divide the United States like Vietnam?
Barry Soper (Newstalk ZB): It’s obvious the US political system is breaking down