Our morning roundup of the key news

This is our morning round-up of the key political and government links this morning from other sites, including RNZ, NZ Herald, Stuff, TVNZ, Newshub and various blog sites.

It is broken down by portfolio and topic for ease of scanning and is designed specifically for those in Government relations, media relations, corporate relations, business development and executive teams. Newsroom Pro subscribers can have it directly emailed to them every morning. Just email pro@newsroom to be put on the Newsroom Pro Monitor list.

Karel Sroubek residency decision, immigration
National Party
Labour Party conference
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Conference performances important
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Labourites return to South
Tracy Watkins and Warwick Rasmussen (Stuff): ’Momentous’ day in long history of CPTPP trade deal
Talisa Kupenga (Māori TV): FOMA welcomes CPTPP sign-off
The Standard: Our rail revival
PIke River
Mike Houlahan (ODT): Minister taken for a ride
Justice, corrections
Environment and conservation
David Williams (Newsroom): The cull before the crash
Local government
Proposed Auckland stadium
Defence industry forum
Mānia Clarke (Māori TV): Peaceful protest ends in arrests
Kirsty Lawrence and Janine Rankin (Manawatū Standard): ’Blood on your hands’, protesters chant, objecting to defence industry forum
Thomas Coughlan (Newsroom): Tech tax could be on the way
Conversion therapy bill in ballot

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