John Key’s ability to turn his Prime Ministership on or off as he pleases raises a number of troubling issues for the general public.
Say you’re a former Labour Party leader. You have had your chance and failed. What are you going to do now? We examine some possible career options.
A useful terror threat tool.
I am today announcing that I will seek the leadership of the New Zealand Labour Party.
John Key’s plan to obliterate the South Waikato township of Putaruru using tactical nuclear weapons is a bold one, but it hits all the right notes.
One battle. One position. One winner. But who will it be?
Dear Labour Party caucus members: This is a coup. Please move away from your desks and tables with your hands in the air. No sudden movements please.
Are you looking for a challenging job working with ambitious people? This could be the role for you.
I’m not bitter and twisted. No, really, I’m not. Much.
An analysis of what went wrong and why, and what it means.
The last of my special election day posts, in which I honour our freedom to dare not say anything remotely political until 7pm