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Tim Hazledine (Noted): Budget 2019: Why the government is handling our wellbeing the wrong way
Richard Harman (Politik): Where are the Wellbeing Budget targets?
Jane Clifton (Listener): There’s more than one elephant in the room in Budget 2019
Liam Dann (Herald): Did the Budget hit the mark in terms of New Zealanders’ real concerns? (paywalled)
Duncan Greive (Spinoff): The wellbeing budget is a very bad name for a very good idea
Jo Moir (RNZ): Budget 2019: Did Labour really deliver a new approach?
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Another big Budget – but still no silver bullets
Henry Cooke (Stuff): Budget 2019 could be transformational, but we won’t know right away
Bryce Edwards (Herald): Political Roundup: The other side of the Budget story (paywalled)
Simon Wilson (Herald): Grant Robertson and the Holy Grail (paywalled)
Brian Bruce (NZPTV): The People’s Budget (video)
Chris Trotter (Interest): The left can’t figure out why poverty, inequality, homelessness and environmental despoliation are happening, so their political message doesn’t connect
Liam Hehir (Stuff): Litigating political controversies not the way to go
Martin van Beynen (Stuff): The Budget should aim for the more attainable goal of artificial wellbeing
David Williams (Newsroom): Winston’s post-Budget magical mystery tour
Amanda Cropp (Stuff): Winston Peters warns Wellbeing Budget changes will take time
Piripi Taylor (Maori TV): Budget about fairness and equity says Associate Finance Minister Shane Jones
Jason Walls (Herald): Budget revelations: Government details ‘specific fiscal risks’ to the economy (paywalled)
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Robertson defends forecasts, as economists warn of a return to deficit
Thomas Coughlan (Newsroom): Short-term thinking risks long-term crisis
Jason Walls (Herald): New spending means the Government will take on $5 billion more in debt than expected
Rebecca Howard (BusinessDesk): Budget 2019: Economists largely positive but sceptical about some Treasury forecasts
John Roughan (Herald): The punt on wellbeing ignores growth at its peril (paywalled)
RNZ: Budget welfare changes pass under urgency
Jo Moir (RNZ): Budget a win for absentee fathers, National says
David Cormack (Herald): Why doesn’t Simon Bridges care about deadbeat bankers?
Mark Quinliban (Newshub): Budget 2019: Breast cancer drug advocates say human life ‘not prioritised’
1News: Does Budget 2019 go far enough to address poverty?
Collette Devlin (Stuff): Government insists Australia not behind Budget funding boost to stop people smugglers
Laura Walters (Newsroom): Eyebrow-raising $25m to prevent ‘boat people’
Kate C. Prickett (The Conversation): Children had no say in New Zealand’s well-being budget, and that matters
Cathy Stephenson (Stuff): Why Labour’s Wellness Budget is great news for our nation’s health
Peter Griffin (Stuff): NZ Government has no vision for science
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): Social Development Ministry gets $137m to stabilise ‘at risk’ IT systems
Lee Kenny (Stuff): Wellbeing budget not bold enough says Māori and indigenous studies academic
1News: Gun buy-back budget of $150 million a ‘midpoint’ estimate, says Jacinda Ardern
Collette Devlin (Stuff): Not enough funding in Budget for gun buyback say gun lobby – $1b needed
Robert McLachlan (The Conversation): NZ Budget 2019: support for lower-emission business, transport, land use
Michael Daly (Stuff): Rainbow Youth welcome Government funding for gender affirming surgery
1News: Grant Robertson responds to Budget cover family who moved to Australia – ‘I think it will bring them back’
Herald: Face of the Budget Vicky Freeman keen to return to NZ – but not yet
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s message to Budget cover woman now in Australia
Alex Braae (Spinoff): ‘A beacon for the world’: What foreign media is saying about the Budget
Anuja Nakdarni (Stuff): Billionaire Richard Branson wants the world to follow NZ’s 2019 Wellbeing Budget
Bernard Hickey (Newsroom): Our political metabolic rate is way, way too fast
Peter Wilson (RNZ): Week in politics: National set the trap and Robertson walked into it
Audrey Young (Herald): Simon Bridges has a very good week but it could have been brilliant (paywalled)
Claire Trevett (Herald): Inside the Beehive’s stormy week: Wellbeing Budget that left Treasury feeling sick (paywalled)
Richard Harman (Politik): How the Treasury leak could have been contained
Herald Editorial: No winners in the ‘leaked’ Budget blunder (paywalled)
Stacey Kirk (Stuff): Smartest men in the room? Pffft! Treasury stands alone on Budget bungle
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Madness on Molesworth Street – has politics reached peak crazy?
Damien Venuto (Herald): How a scandal stole the Budget from the Government
Keith Ng (Herald): Treasury hacking: The time I hacked WINZ
David Court (Stuff): Politicians and technology are a bad mix
Phil Quin (Stuff): The Budget leak produced much sound and fury, but nothing of significance
Wyatt Creech (Pundit): Treasury troubles, strike money & growing grains of salt for polls
Duncan Garner (Stuff): Nightmare on Molesworth St: How Labour’s annus horribilis went viral
Ben Thomas (Stuff): A view from inside the Beehive when a bombshell drops
Andrew Gunn (Stuff): Budget leak more than a train-wreck
Steve Braunias (Herald): Secret diary of Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf (paywalled)
Oscar Kightley (Stuff): Urban Dictionary’s apt noun to sum up National’s actions
Jason Walls (Herald): National wants the State Services Commission to investigate the ‘politicisation’ of Treasury
Stuff: Budget inquiry needs to go further, says National
Claire Trevett (Herald): From Egypt to pulling NZ’s purse strings, just who is Gabriel Makhlouf? (paywalled)
Jason Walls (Herald): Treasury’s boss hasn’t offered to resign after a budget blunder which saw info released ahead of time
John Anthony (Stuff): GCSB’s cyber security centre told Treasury its computer network was not compromised
Kate MacNamara (Irish Times): Incoming Central Bank chief may face action from NZ watchdog
Herald: Treasury hacking: What does Makhlouf’s new boss say about Budget ‘hack’ allegations?

Heather du Plessis-Allan (Herald): Jacinda Ardern’s Government as brutal as any (paywalled)
Mike O’Donnell (Stuff): Government departments need to front up with their strategies
Bill Ralston (Listener): Stop kidding yourself, the Govt isn’t falling for spin doctors

Environment and conservation
John-Michael Swannix (Newshub): Climate Change: What New Zealanders have to change and when
Jason Walls (Herald): Government’s plans to reduce number of Hector’s dolphin deaths isn’t enough, critics say (paywalled)
Charlie Mitchell (Stuff: The Aotearoa chainsaw massacre
Jennifer Eder (Stuff): Pines versus natives: Tree schemes risk sacrificing native bush
Debrin Foxcroft (Stuff): Central government dropped the ball on protecting waterways – Environment Minister
Laura James (1News): Thousands of litres of raw sewage allegedly being drained from septic tanks at golf resort in Auckland
Robin Martin (RNZ): Beyond gas and oil: Can alternative energy save Taranaki?
Chloe Ranford (Stuff): Havelock water systems vulnerable to sea level rise
David Slack (Stuff): The tale of the very happy planet and the unhappy mums and dads
Alice Angeloni (Stuff): Marlborough will not be rushing ‘climate emergency’ declaration
Mike Watson (Stuff): Conservation Board stands strong on opposition to seabed mining
Paul Gorman (Stuff): University of Canterbury burning more coal but says emissions are reducing
RNZ: Fox River cleanup continues without funding, thanks to volunteers
1News: Up to 90% of northern New Zealand seabirds at risk of extinction, report reveals
RNZ: New Zealand Bird Atlas launches in Wellington
Jamie Morton (Herald): Mohua wipe-out a grim warning ahead of NZ’s ‘mega mast’
Brad Flahive (Stuff): Dame Dr Jane Goodall’s effortless charm inspires Kristin School kids to care about conservation
Listener Editorial: The problem with students’ climate change activism
Brittney Deguara (Stuff): Potentially fatal diseases could ‘survive and thrive’ in a climate changed New Zealand
Jamie Morton (Herald): Taranaki’s great pest purge gives hope for NZ’s 2050 mission
Keith Woodford (Interest): Why methane is different

Harrison Christian (Stuff): Police and Corrections staff caught misusing their offender databases
RNZ: Man dies in police custody at Hawera police station
Miriam Harris and Albert Redmore (Newshub): Man arrested for family harm dies in Taranaki police station
Hamish McNeilly (Stuff): Armed police seize AR-15 rifle from home of man living with former gang member

Hannah Martin (Stuff): World Smokefree Day: ‘Disappointing’ billions in tobacco tax not helping people quit smoking
Hannah Martin (Stuff): World Smokefree Day: Tobacco more available in some Auckland suburbs than bread and milk
1News: Auckland’s Gull Kaukapakapa culls cigarettes for the sake of community health
Jessica Tyson (Māori TV): Petrol station goes tobacco free to help people quit
RNZ: First move to ban vaping in smokefree areas in Hauraki
1News: Vaping company slam district councils’ vaping ban and say ‘myths need to be busted’
Hawkes Bay Today: Napier teen takes fight against vaping ads to Parliament (paywalled)
Kawe Roes (Māori TV): ‘Stop hiking tax on tobacco’ – expert

Mental health
1News: ‘System change is what’s needed’ – Labour MP Peeni Henare on mental health funding for Māori
Olivia Wills (Spinoff): The Wellbeing Budget and what it means for mental health
Alison Mau (Stuff): Here’s to you, Mr Robertson – now don’t let us down
Harrison Christian (Stuff): Budget 2019: Mental health boost requires 1600 workers within five years
1News: Government funding boost to mental health services set to create 1600 new jobs
RNZ: Budget’s mental health scheme needs 1600 new workers – government
Bill Ralston (Listener): Solace after suicide: How families find hope and healing after grief
Finn Hogan (Newshub): Ending suicide in New Zealand up to you, not Government – advocate

Jonathan Broadbent (ODT): NZ’s dental healthcare system needs change
Michael Cropp (RNZ): High-intensity training blamed for kids’ sport injury spike
Nikki Preston (Herald): ACC urges parents to limit kids’ sports after massive surge in injuries
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): ‘Dramatic increase’ in sports-related injuries for children
Nita Blake-Persen (RNZ): Checkpoint: Paramedics and ambulance staff may be in for pay increase
ODT Editorial: Maternity funding needs another look
Rob Stock (Stuff): ‘Precision healthcare’ means longer, healthier lives for wealthy executives
Dubby Henry (Herald): Tumour-stricken dad planned his own death after ACC, benefits battle
Ruby Macandrew (Stuff): Concerted effort needed to encourage Māori into health careers and help their own
RNZ: Fears vital network of midwives will disappear
RNZ: ‘Rising rugby league star’ third person to die of flu
Farah Hancock (Newsroom): Inside the flu’s spree of destruction
Dawn Picken (Herald): Let’s not get drinks – meet the Kiwis choosing to live sober lives (paywalled)

Lincoln Tan (Herald): CEO says business ‘made a mistake’ in employing blind worker on $2.30 an hour
Logan Savory (Southland TImes): Possible exit payment if Southland disAbility Enterprises loses contract
Susan Edmunds (Stuff): More than half of Kiwi workers say a pay rise their big goal this year
Anuja Nadkarni (Stuff): Everyone must be prepared for redundancy, money expert says
Sophie Bateman (Spinoff): NZ workplaces need to completely rethink their approach to sexual harassment

Colin Peacock (RNZ): Budget leak draws media away from our wellbeing
Colin Peacock (RNZ): New collaboration puts reporters in the regions but future funding is already in doubt
Jeremy Rose (RNZ): Media reports’ toxic side effects
Tim Murphy (Newsroom): MediaRoom: A new start or false start?
Māori TV: Māori radio stations to receive $1mil boost for content

Destiny Church
Dan Lake (Newshub): Rainbow Youth labelled ‘pathetic idiots’ after refusing to accept donation linked to Destiny Church
Scott Palmer and Cleo Fraser (Newshub): RainbowYOUTH refuses donations from Destiny Church event speakers
Richard Hills (Stuff): Destiny Church’s apology to the rainbow community a cynical play for votes
Vera Alves (Herald): ‘PR stunt’: Kiwis slam Brian Tamaki’s apology to rainbow community
Dan Satherley and Jared McCulloch (Newshub): Brian Tamaki’s apology to the LGBTQ community – genuine or cynical?
Taroi Black (Māori TV): Apology doesn’t convince former politician
Cherie Howie (Herald): Bishop Brian Tamaki’s next move? From date with Destiny to the Big Gay Out
Carla Penman (1News): Brian Tamaki offers apology to rainbow community for anti-gay ‘hate speech’ on social media
John Weekes (Stuff): Destiny Church’s Brian Tamaki apologises to gay community
RNZ: Destiny Church’s Brian Tamaki says ‘sorry’ to gay community, but still doesn’t agree with homosexuality
Herald: Brian Tamaki offers apology to rainbow community: ‘I want to say sorry’
Josephine Franks (Stuff): Destiny Church supporter steps down from Rainbow Pride Auckland post
(Stuff): Rainbow Pride Auckland accepts resignation after Destiny Church appearance
Herald: Rainbow community leader resigns after supporting Brian Tamaki of Destiny Church
RNZ: Former police diversity officer quits Pride after supporting Tamaki
RNZ: Rainbow church group founder sceptical of Destiny Church invitation

1News: Secondary teachers begin new strike, opting out of teaching Year 9s today
RNZ: Teachers’ strike: Year nine students not taught today
Jessica Long (Stuff): Minister schedules union forum as teachers’ pay negotiations become ‘dangerous’
Jessica Long (Stuff): A year of stalled negotiations leaved teachers and principals at an ‘impasse’
Charlotte Carter (Stuff): Education Minister Chris Hipkins to meet with teacher’s unions next week to find way through ‘impasse’
RNZ: Minister intervenes in teachers’ pay dispute, calls forum
Herald: Education Minister Chris Hipkins proposes meeting with unions in hopes of breaking deadlock
Southland Times Editorial: Striking a not-so-happy medium for teachers
Tom O’Connor (Stuff): Budget and Hipkins have failed teachers and our children
Dave Armstrong (Dominion Post): Why I’d never be a teacher again
Calum Baird (Stuff): Workload is the big issue for striking teachers, so let’s define it
Emma Russell (Herald): Principals warn new wave of inequality looms as Government scraps donations in some schools
Gareth Shute: School donations: a small step towards a level playing field
RNZ: ‘Many disadvantaged families’ miss out on new school incentive
Aaron Wilson (Newsroom): NCEA changes will be high-stakes
Tom Pullar-Strecker (Stuff): $63m earmarked in Budget to pay out teachers and school staff for Holidays Act botch
Brittany Keogh (Stuff): School system needs ‘radical overhaul’ to get youth involved in politics
David Seymour (Spinoff): In defence of performance pay for teachers
Matthew Tso (Stuff): Parent pulls daughter from school over online teaching resource dispute
Cecile Meier (Stuff): School’s lockdown drill ‘traumatising’, father says
Briar Lipson (Herald): School performance data key to collaboration
Melanie Earley (Stuff): Solo dad creates scholarship to help other parents struggling with school fees
Harlene Hayne (ODT): University saying ‘no’ to sexual harm

Chris Hutching (Stuff): KiwiRail boss Greg Miller’s plans to build a new train set
Northern Advocate: Northland rail on track, says Winston Peters in Whangārei announcement
Chris Hutching (Stuff): Peters invites KiwiRail to present its case for beefing up Northland rail line 
RNZ: Winston Peters invites KiwiRail PGF application for Northland
RNZ: Budget: KiwiRail funding ‘a cause for celebration’

Rob Stock (Stuff): Putting a dollar figure on road toll
Rob Mitchell (Stuff): Road rage and bikelash: The battle for our city streets
Jamie Morton (Herald): Auckland traffic to blame for worrying levels of air pollutant
Alice Peacock (Herald): Auckland Transport spent $12,000 of ratepayer money on influencers in past year (paywalled)
Hayden Donnell (Spinoff): Is OpenTheBooks right for you? A comprehensive guide to Auckland’s newest transport lobby
Todd Niall (Stuff): How do you make a double-decker bus disappear?
Meriana Johnsen (RNZ): Uber ridesharing proposal rejected by Wellington council
RNZ: Wellington’s decade-old car parking policies up for review
Herald: Petrol price increase: Motorists fume at another fuel tax increase from July 1
Zane Small (Newshub): Fuel tax increase to hit motorists at the pump

John Anthony (Stuff): NZ First put an end to capital gains tax, Shane Jones claims in post-Budget speech
Herald: Shane Jones: New Zealand First killed off capital gains tax
Andrea Black: Tax and politics (2)
Rebecca Stevenson (Stuff): Individuals are carrying the tax burden

Call for John Key to resign from ANZ
Chris Keall (Herald): ANZ resignation call: Knighthood puts target on Sir John Key’s back: academic
Rebecca Stevenson (Stuff): Why Sir John Key won’t resign: there’s different rules for the rich and powerful
Hamish Rutherford (Stuff): Former BNZ chair calls for Sir John Key to be forced to resign from ANZ
Matthew Theunissen (RNZ): Ex-BNZ chairman says Sir John Key should resign from ANZ
Herald: Former bank director calls for Sir John Key to be forced to resign from ANZ

Alice Webb-Liddall (Spinoff): ‘We’ve been here 800 years. We’ll be here 800 more’: A day at Ihumātao
Spinoff: ‘The fight for Ihumātao is a fight for all Aucklanders’ (podcast)

Bruce Munro (ODT): A place to stay
Gareth Kiernan (Stuff): Govt made right call in leaving floundering KiwiBuild out of the Budget
Todd Niall (Stuff): Auckland social housing developers say building will stop because of government funding vacuum
Lisette Reymer (Newshub): Desperate times, desperate tenants in Tauranga housing shortfall
Tom Hunt (Stuff): At $1m for an average Queenstown home, Wellington’s $685,000 houses a bargain
Ripu Bhatia (Stuff): Aucklanders expect house prices to fall for first time since 2009
Ripu Bhatia (Stuff): Auckland Council pushes for all homes to be accessible in Building Act review
Herald: More than 14,000 homes flipped within six months during property market boom

Justice and corrections
Nikki Macdonald (Stuff): Victim disgusted police considering warning for revenge porn crime
Anna Leask (Herald): Offender put in motel after eviction from Housing New Zealand home-detention address and new violence charges (paywalled)
Deena Coster (Stuff): Wait times for sentencing dates ‘unacceptable’ says Taranaki’s Crown Solicitor
David Fisher (Herald): Prison claim: ‘The female officer grabbed the back of her head and just slammed her down onto the floor’ (paywalled)
Leigh-Marama McLachlan (RNZ): New judge’s goal: Fewer Māori through courts and in prison
Lisette Reymer (Newshub): Family of murdered woman Kim Richmond fight for law reform
Samantha Gee (Stuff): Course showing traumatic effects of drink or drug driving resonates with offenders
Matthew Tso (Stuff): Prison inmates growing food for hungry kids on the outside

Christchurch mosque shootings
Paul Buchanan: Hamstrung from the start?
Katie Scotcher (RNZ): Worries over ‘power imbalance’ in Chch attacks inquiry
Anneke Smith (RNZ): Anders Breivik jailers advise Corrections over accused Christchurch gunman
Brittney Deguara (Stuff): Canadian politician reads acccused Christchurch mosque shooter’s manifesto at public hearing

Queen’s Birthday Honours
Michael Daly (Stuff): Four dames, three knights in 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours
Mark Quinlivan (Newshub): Full Queen’s Birthday 2019 honours list
Herald: Queen’s Birthday Honours 2019: The full list
RNZ: ‘Humbled’: New Zealand’s newest knights and dames revealed

Cook commemorations
Moana Jackson (E-Tangata): James Cook and our monuments to colonisation
Tina Ngata: Why I Won’t Give the Cook Celebrations My Brown-ness

Local government
Anne Gibson (Herald): What happened when Auckland Council went into secrecy on its empty ex-HQ? Deal terms stay under wraps
Brad Flahive (Stuff): Tau Henare storms out of Auckland Council hearing on freedom camping
Tom Hunt (Stuff): Wellington council gives gun club $20,000 for a feasibility study it doesn’t want
Hamish McNeilly (Stuff): Outgoing Dunedin mayor Dave Cull on Forsyth Barr Stadium, online trolls and climate change
Chris Morris (ODT): O’Malley to seek mayoralty
Simon Wilson (Herald): Mark Thomas throws hat in ring for Auckland Council election again
Rikihana Smallman (Stuff): Who runs the Tron? Candidates look to disrupt city office
Tema Hemi (Māori TV): Porirua council new living wage employer
Joanne Carroll (Stuff): Buller District rebels against costly combined West Coast council plan
Luisa Girao (ODT): Councillors’ roles on council-controlled entities curtailed
Andre Chumko (Stuff): Society takes Napier City Council to High Court over $41m pool consultation
Mike Yardley (Press): With nominations close, an interesting local election battle looms

Child abuse in Catholic Church
Phil Pennington (RNZ): Boys abused by late priest in Auckland church open up in new book
Steve Kilgallon (Stuff): NZ’s top Catholic says time to stop calling priests ‘Father’ in response to sexual abuse crisis

RNZ: New Zealand tourist tax legislation passes in Parliament
Newshub: Tourist industry backs new tax, despite warnings from National

Consumer finance
Isaac Davison (Herald): Small loans pushed an Auckland couple’s debt close to $100,000. A powerful lobby group wants the rules changed
Susan Edmunds (Stuff): Borrower in $50k debt: ‘I don’t have any options’

Kate Cormack (Stuff): Being pro-life isn’t about tyranny, it’s about the exact opposite
Lynley Tulloch (Stuff): The abortion debate: Her uterus, her decision – just give her compassion and respect

Sam Sachdeva (Newsroom): Where the Pacific fits in the security debate
RNZ: US aims to improve Pacific intelligence gathering
Damon Salesa (E-Tangata): Decolonising the Pacific
RNZ: Canned tuna brands failing on countering slavery in Pacific – report
RNZ: Tonga PM back in NZ for medical care

Whaleoil book
Finlay Macdonald (Newsroom): Where only trolls and the spiritually misshapen go
Damien Grant (Stuff): Cameron Slater’s thuggish ways stymied after long and painful defamation case

Nicole Lawton, Jacques Steenkamp and Bevan Hurley (Stuff): Euthanasia, abortion and cannabis reform: The growing moral divide defining politics
Max Towle (RNZ): TOP down? Can The Opportunities Party survive in-fighting and mud-slinging
Dominion Post Editorial: Ignorance is not bliss when it comes to conservative views
Shane Te Pou (E-Tangata): Now there’s hope
Tamsyn Parker (Herald): Diane Maxwell’s exit heralds new Retirement Commissioner
RNZ: Wellington apartment owners seek details for quake-prone buildings fund
Danielle Clent (Stuff): The Salvation Army’s Foodbank Project hits $1 million milestone but more donations needed
D’Angelo Martin (Māori TV): Foodbank website makes it easier to help whānau
Dana McCauley (Stuff):Judge reprimands Australia’s immigration minister for deporting Kiwi
Spinoff:‘It’s unhealthy to get up every morning to fight’: Chlöe Swarbrick with Marilyn Waring
Alister Browne (Stuff): Marilyn Waring’s tales of her toxic, brutal and vicious years as an MP still resonate
Lizzie Marvelly (Herald): Why are sex victims assumed to be guilty? (paywalled)
Hamish Bidwell (RNZ): Opinion: Rugby brand takes another hit
Cas Carter (Stuff): Would you trust Donald Trump with your credit card details?
RNZ: Work begins on new 52km Central Otago cycle trail
Maja Burry (RNZ): Moo-ving day: the annual dairy cow migration
1News: Some farmers’ Gypsy Day plans to move stock stalled due to ongoing M bovis threat
Zoha Shuaib (Stuff): Muslim community leader calls for frank conversation on cultural attitudes
Jessica Lai (Newsroom): ‘Rainbow Tick’ is not a certification mark
Lana Andelane (Newshub): SPCA Auckland announces return of free desexing and microchipping campaign Snip ‘n’ Chip
Bonnie Flaw (Stuff): Big retailers are abandoning cashmere over sustainability and animal rights concerns
RNZ: Governor-General heads to D-Day commemorations
Lana Hart (Stuff): Three fixes for God Defend New Zealand
Felix Desmarais (Stuff): Exhibition to put era of ‘radical social change’ on display at Te Papa
Mark Quinlivan (Newshub): Dancing With The Stars: David Seymour and William Waiirua’s routine gets highest score of season