NZ Politics Daily – 27 October 2023


Matthew Hooton (Herald): Why I think Peters is unfit for office (paywalled)
Amelia Wade (Newshub): Silence from Christopher Luxon, David Seymour over Winston Peters’ March 15 tweet
Thomas Coughlan (Herald): Christopher Luxon and David Seymour not commenting on Winston Peters’ Christchurch terror attack tweets
Toby Manhire (Spinoff): Winston Peters and the demonstrably true tweet
Jack Tame (Newstalk ZB): It speaks volumes that Winston refused to remove his demonstrably false statement
Lloyd Burr (Newshub): Winston Peters’ March 15 tweet makes him look like sour grudge-holder using NZ’s darkest day to score pointless political points
RNZ: Deputy PM Carmel Sepuloni calls for apology from Winston Peters over ‘bizarre’ tweets about Jacinda Ardern
Bridie Witton (Stuff): ‘Simply not true’: Growing calls for Winston Peters to delete March 15 mosque attack tweet
Rachel Maher (Herald): NZ First leader Winston Peters doubles down on bizarre Christchurch terror attack claims with new social media post
Anneke Smith and Russell Palmer (RNZ): Winston Peters should ‘seriously look at himself’ – Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand’s Abdur Razzaq
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Winston Peters tweet: Imam of mosque targeted in March 15 shooting speaks out
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Winston Peters’ ‘inaccurate’ tweet on March 15 attack communications fact-checked by X

Peter Dunne (Newsroom): National must deliver on policy and grow party vote to win again
Liam Hehir (The Blue Review): Memo to Labour and Green supporters
Liam Hehir (The Blue Review): The phone call that won’t happen (but should)
Lloyd Burr (Newshub): Policy cross-over between National, ACT and New Zealand First
Winston Aldworth (Herald): What the coalition negotiations can learn from the Rugby World Cup (paywalled)
Robert MacCulloch: Will Chief Executive Officer Chris Luxon successfully transition into Prime Minister Chris Luxon?