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NZ POLITICS DAILY: October 28 2014

NZ POLITICS DAILY: October 28 2014

Bryce Edwards
Tue, 28 Oct 2014

Today’s content


Audrey Young (Herald): Where MPs are lining up in Labour leadership race

Adam Hollingsworth (TV3): Labour's leadership contenders out campaigning

Audrey Young (Herald): Leadership rivals mark Labour Day

Chris Trotter (Bowalley Road): Labour Needs To Stop Saying What People DON"T want to hear.

Grant Duncan (Policy Matters): Does Labour have leadership?

Jack Montgomerie (Stuff): Heed provinces, Labour leader candidates told

TVNZ: Will South Auckland support a gay Labour leader?

Willie Jackson (RadioLive): Grant Robertson

Ben Clark (Standard): I’m backing Grant

The Standard:Andrew Little’s Palmerston North Speech

Stuff: Live chat review: Labour leadership candidate Andrew Little

Anjum Rahman (Daily Blog): Guest blog – “Meritocracy? I wish.”

The Standard: All Things Being Equal…

TV3: Labour seeks to reverse 10-year decline

Pete George (Your NZ): Clare Curran survey: 1 = not at all related



RNZ: Call for 'transparency' at Maori TV

RNZ: Organisation questions TVNZ's commitment

RNZ: Funder supports TVNZ outsourcing

RNZ: TVNZ Pacific presenter upbeat on outsourcing

No Right Turn: Political interference at Maori Television

Bryce Edwards (Liberation): Top tweets about TVNZ outsourcing of Maori programme production

Bevan Chuang: Diverse Media Programming

Fightback: Moves to gut public and Maori broadcasting

Giovanni Tiso (Bat Bean Beam): Dirty journalism

Jarrod Gilbert: Why we must pay for our online media

Matthew Beveridge (Social Media): Twitter Stats: 24 October



Tracy Watkins (Stuff): No regrets from Peters

Steve Braunias (Stuff): The secret diary of . . . David Seymour

Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Former stars fall down ladder

Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): Ideological Blitzkrieg – Privatization of state housing, more charter schools & more union crushing employment law

Andrew Geddis (Pundit): And if you have to carry a gun to keep your fragile seat at number one ...

Mark Blackham (Political Business): Parliaments must be vulnerable to save democracy

Audrey Young (Herald): What the new MPs' maiden speeches say about them

Curwen Ares Rolinson (Daily Blog): The Questions Have Been Asked – They Deserve An Answer

Nelson Evening Mail: Editorial: Disregard for free flow of information


Dirty Politics

Fran O'Sullivan (Herald): Key misses opportunity to clear air with more questions to come

David Fisher (Herald): Nicky Hager gets high-powered legal help

Pete George (Your NZ): On Slater and dirty politics and “Dirty Politics”

Pete George (Your NZ): On Hager and “Dirty Politics and dirty politics

Pete George (Your NZ): Dirt and “Dirty Politics” yet to come


ERA reform and Labour Day

Vernon Small (Stuff): Government sends signal with new bill

RNZ: Trial period doesn't create jobs – Labour

Dom Post: Workers need regular rest breaks

TVNZ: Controversial 'tea break' law fails to fly in National's first week

Asher Goldman (On the Left): The ERA changes and what we do next

Rodney Hide (Herald): Working day victory a union myth

Stephanie Rodgers (On the Left): A rightwing fairytale about Labour Day

David Kennedy (Local Bodies): Thoughts on Labour Day and the New Zealand Worker

David Farrar (Kiwiblog): Falling for Labour spin



John Armstrong (Herald): Taxpayer looks the loser in English's pet reform

Herald: Editorial: Kiwi dream needs Govt on board

Duncan Garner (Manawatu Standard): I'm an instant millionaire - but can't afford my house

Rob Stock (Stuff): Call for apartment rethink

Martyn Bradbury (Daily Blog): When is an asset sale not an asset sale? When it robs from the poor and steals for the rich


Malaysian diplomat allegations

Amy Maas (Herald): Charges humiliating and embarrassing for family and Malaysia, says MP

RNZ: High public interest in diplomat – MP



TVNZ: 'Catch-22' facing foreign student debate – academic

RNZ: Uni debate 'must focus on quality'

TV3: NZ universities told to follow Australia offshore



Torben Arkel (TV3): What the TPP means for New Zealand

Stacey Kirk (Stuff): TPP trade deal no sure thing, Groser

Newswire: Trans-Pacific Partnership deal 'still lousy' - law professor

Audrey Young (Herald): Groser has big concerns about dairy in TPP

Newswire: Trans-Pacific trade deal firming

RNZ: 'Significant progress' in TPP trade deal



Bernard Hickey (Herald): Prepare to pin on your nappies

Jonathan Carson (Stuff): New recession looming says economist


UN Security Council seat

Michael Timmins (Daily Blog): My insecurity about the Security Council

Jordan Ward (Dom Post): UN seat triumph just a numbers game



Colin James (ODT): Security matters: Key’s ups and downs

Ron Smith (NZCPR): The Terrorist Threat

No Right Turn: Turning a blind eye to corruption

Taranaki Daily News: Our reputation needs to be justified

Herald: The best place to raise a child? New Zealand

Fundamentally Useless: Angry white men and legal highs

Narelle Henson (Waikato Times): Help the parents, not just the kids

Press: Editorial: No easy answer on suppression

John Roughan (Herald): Ocean eco-caution being taken too far

On the Left: Because they wanted a better life for me

Christine Rose (Daily Blog): Hegemony rules but resistance is fertile

Andrew Gunn (Press): Saturday Satire: Let's use Tasers on scumbags

Bryce Edwards
Tue, 28 Oct 2014
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NZ POLITICS DAILY: October 28 2014