Crowd sourcing politics daily

New Zealand Politics Daily is taking  a break.

I don’t have the time or inclination to provide the same service of a reasonably comprehensive list of links to news stories and blog posts on issues of the day.

However, I’m willing to start with a few and invite anyone who has read anything I’ve missed to add a link to it in a comment.

I won’t pretend to be balanced – there will be more links to blogs of a bluer hue. Anyone who wants the red and green end of the spectrum better represented is welcome to leave links.

Internet Mana Party

Duncan Garner @ Radio Live – Party for sale – Internet-Mana is a sham and a rort

Toby Manhire @ NZ Herald – Thoughts on a strange union

Inventory2 @ Keeping Stock – We can’t help but wonder . . .

Inventory2 @ Keeping Stock Of David and the GIMPs

Chris Bramwell @ RadioNZ – Power play

Claire Trevett @ NZ Herald – PM accuses Dotcom of trying to ‘buy influence’

Cameron Slater @ Whaleoil – Laila Harre not “Kim Dotcom’s political puppet”

Cameron Slater @ Whale Oil – Who is Laila Harre?

Lindsay Mitchell – Why Internet/Mana should be taken seriously

Patrick Gower @ TV3 – Davis ‘not running to come second’ – Labour

Dan Satherley @ TV3 – Labour’s loss is minor parties’ gain – Ross

Gravedodger @ No Minister – Couldn’t Make this stuff Up. Could you?

Inventory 2 @ Keeping Stock – First Gower now Garner

Inventory 2 @ Keeping Stock – Tweet of the Day – 30 May 2014

Inventory 2 @ Keeping Stock – Scary, scary, scary…

Karl du Fresne – Mana ties knot with eye on cash

Tracy Watkins – Internet leans to Left with Laila in charge

Gordon Campbell @ Scoop – On the rise of Laila Harré

Danyl Mclauchlan @ Dim Post – Uncertainty and the Internet Party

Bryce Edwards @ Liberation – Cartoons and photos of the new Internet Mana Party

The Press – Politics deserves better than this

Dominion Post – Harre breathes life into contest

Vernon Small @ Stuff – Political pre-nup has clues to motivation

Chris Trotter @ Bowalley Road – L’État c’est Sue

Monorail decision

ODT – Erring on the side of nature

Southland times – Whose was the one-track mind?

David Farrar @ Kiwiblog – I thought National stood for development and jobs

Employment law

Shawn McAvinue @ ODT –  Snow days issue under new safety law

Simon Bridges – Fortnightly Minimum Wage Order made

Labour Party

Cameron Slater @ Whaleoil – How the unions help Labour campaign

RadioNZ – Labour’s immigration cap ‘bad politics’

Green Party

Isaac Davison @ NZ Herald – Greens eye up their Cabinet jobs

Cameron Slater @ Whale Oil Greens counting chickens before they hatch

John Banks

NZ High Court – Judgment on TV3 Coverage in John Banks Trial

David Farrar @ Kiwiblog – The Banks Trial

Housing

Nick Smith – Building consent figures continue to rise
Growth in building consents just keeps on going, with 22,705 issued in the last 12 months to April 2014, up 27% on the previous 12 months. http://ntnl.org.nz/TYxj88

Nick Smith – Latest figures show good progress in Auckland

10-year passports

Claire Trevett @ NZ Herald – Return to 10-year passports on the cards

Other

Inventory 2 @ Keeping Stock – Photo of the day 30 May 2014

Stuff – Today in Politics

Victoria University –  ‘No contest’ election could lead to fewer young voters

 

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