Nats try to keep things normal

National party OPINION: National's campaign launch this weekend might be the time to pull a rabbit out of the hat.

Campaign capers with Cunliffe

Vernon Small OPINION: As quick as you can say "photo opportunity" something unexpected can turn vote-winning gold into crimson embarrassment.

Something to vote for

Ballot box OPINION: Why New Zealand is afflicted by lower voter turnouts - and how can it be fixed?

Editorial: Safe cycleways an achievable goal

cycle OPINION: Cycling has health benefits and it takes cars off the road, improving traffic flows and reducing carbon emissions.

Too much 'hate' in the world

Nowadays the word ''hate'' is dropped casually into everyday conversation and it seems to have lost all meaning.

Access to refurbished flats dangerous

Lukewarm congratulations to Wellington City Council for their refurbishment of the Berkley Dallard flats.

Put the wine in bike basket

Extend database to problem doctors

Key must press Collins on leak

Colkey One of the more arresting details in Nicky Hager's book, Dirty Politics, concerns Cabinet Minister Judith Collins.

Time for intervention without illusions

Sometimes American power is a clear force for good. Sometimes reality is more complex.

Hager book leaves questions

Campaign antics only half of it

Editorial: Polls turn personal

Constrained economic forecasts and slow recovery set election themes around personality, not policy.

No bones about sale to kids

New World Children make top customers with their lack of critical judgment, trust in adults and slavery to appetites.

Dirty tactics, or just politics?

For press gallery journalists frantically skimming through Hager's book, its revelations seemed less surprising than they may to the rest of the public.

Joe Bennett: Ah love

Socialism as a champagne supernova

Politics' sick soap opera

And so the sky fell in. Whatever you think of Nicky Hager, you've got to admit he's slick.

Comments: Why some don't make it

commenters BLOG: Ever wondered why your comment didn't make it on to our website? Here's why.

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