In today's email we look at the issues that any new Government will have to address .. when we finally get one.
Those expecting any sort of deal to form a Government today should hold their horses, Bernard Hickey writes. Winston Peters hasn't even started talking with Bill English about ministerial positions or governing arrangements. And the New Zealand First board (and National or Labour) would then have to sign off on those too.
In today's email we discuss how those hoping for a new Government by the end of the day will be disappointed.
In today's email, the coalition negotiation meetings wind up but we need to wait a bit longer for a new Government, we look into whether Housing NZ is paying an Irish company $1b for prefab homes, and examine the challenges and opportunities posed by new developments in food technology.
In this morning's email, we look at why Winston Peters will miss his self-imposed deadline of naming a Government today and who is most likely to be chosen to be the Government.
In today's email, Winston Peters signals the first slippage in the deadline for a new Government, while appearing to confirm that monetary policy and housing affordability were part of the ongoing discussions.
In today's email we look at what is on the table in the ongoing coalition negotiations.
In today's email we dig into which of Winston Peters' big and small ticket items the coalition negotiations might hinge on.
In this email for subscribers sent on Sunday, we assess the increased chances of a left-leaning Government after National lost two seats after the counting of special votes. The result could have been 57 all between National and Labour-Green if Labour had been able to take just 5,000 more votes off National.
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