Bernard Orsman and Patrice Dougan (Herald): Quax hints further revelations still to come
Simon Wilson (Metro blog): Len Brown: gone by Christmas?
Sarah Harvey (Stuff): Brown faces bill
Colin Espiner (Stuff): Judgment Day stalks the ghost of Mr Brown
Dominion Post: Editorial: The sooner Brown goes, the better
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Insulted councillors put Brown on a tight rein
David Fisher (Herald): Lonely Len has no friends to speak of
Brian Rudman (Herald): Failed vote may have been kinder
Bernard Orsman, Brendan Manning, and Matthew Theunissen (Herald): Mayor Len Brown: 'The most difficult time of my life'
Herald: What the councillors said
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Cameron Brewer admits not declaring Gold Coast junket
Dylan Moran (TV3): More revelations possible in Len Brown scandal
Dylan Moran (TV3): Len Brown formally censured
Grant Duncan (Policy Matters): Brown survives, for the time being
Pete George (Your NZ): Threats of more Brown revelations, Auckland crippled
Andrew McMillan: Len Brown and the Chuang Reference
Stephanie Flores (NBR): Len Brown censured
Dan Satherley (TV3): Penny Hulse - the next Mayor of Auckland?
Sarah Harvey (Stuff): Len Brown accepts 'wet bus ticket' censure
Tim Watkin (Pundit): Down 'n' out Brown & opening salvo of the 2016 race
Tim Selwyn (Tumeke): Len faces council
Greg Presland (The Standard): Showdown at Auckland Council
Alan Papprill (Irascible Curmudgeon): More on being apoplectic over the Len Brown affair.
Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): The people of Auckland decide who our Mayor is – not the bloody NZ Herald (Is Phil Goff ready to stand?)
Selwyn Manning (Daily Blog): Len Old Friend: This Is Why You Must Stand Down
Cameron Slater (Whaleoil): Are councilors abandoning the pants down mayor?
Felix Marwick (Newstalk ZB): Mighty River Power has under performed, says Treasury
Felix Marwick (Newstalk ZB): Huge gender, ethnic gaps in government enterprise governance
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Final CIR results
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Sell, sell, sell
Polity: Final referendum results
Newswire: EQC breached law with information delays
Adam Bennett (Herald): Earthquake Commission failed to comply with privacy act
No Right Turn: EQC: A massive government failure
Chris Boys (Pundit): EQC time for a rebuild?
Hone Harawira (Herald): I cried, I danced, I said goodbye - how about you, John?
Karl du Fresne: Everyone's a friend of Mandela now
The Standard: The spirit of ’81: Key’s hypocrisy!
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): Urewera raids traumatised people
Radio NZ: Basic rights 'trampled on' during raids
End of year lists
Aimee Gulliver (Stuff): 'Big gay rainbow' wins votes
Isaac Dvison (Herald): MP's 'Gay rainbow' quote the favourite
Corin Dann (TVNZ): Corin Dann: The year in politics
Pete George (Your NZ): Paddy’s politicians of the year
Russell Brown (Hard News): Public Address Word of the Year 2013: Metadata
Polity: Vernon Small on 2014
Cullen Smith (Herald): Corrupt former cop sentenced to home detention
Inequality and child poverty
Simon Collins (Herald): Call to focus election on child poverty
Radio NZ: No living wage yet at Auckland Council
Phil Duncan (Redline): A strange paradox – can NZ workers really be happy with this crap?
David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Dom Post on living wage
Mike Smith (The Sandard): A Tale of Two Cities
Alcohol law reform
Matthew Dallas (Manawatu Standard): Suck it up, booze sellers
Andrew Koubaridis (Herald): Police tiptoe on new alcohol laws
Newswire: Greenpeace fails in bid to stop Anadarko
Gareth Hughes (Frogblog): Gigantic seabed mining application not NZs future
Brian Fallow (Herald): A year on, climate policy still a disgrace
ODT: Safe as houses?
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Judges' early Christmas present
Chris Trotter (Stuff): God and country part ways
Vaughan Elder (ODT): Joyce says loan moves are working
James Weir (Stuff): China now NZ's top export market
Maryan Street (Red Alert): NZ and the disarmament agenda – where are we?
Ele Ludemann (Homepaddock): Greens biggest threat
Andrew Geddes (Pundit): Common sense was the winner on the day
Clare Curran (Red Alert): Beyond Chorus to the bigger picture #1
Gordon Campbell (Stuff): National survives the year unscathed
Michael Fox (Stuff): Longer Afghanistan stay for NZ troops