Legislation, issues and insights from Parliament.
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Departing National MP Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga shares stories of being mistaken for a Labour MP and helping a teenage mother living in a garage as he gives his farewell statement to the House. Read more Audio
It's the final week of business in the House before Parliament dissolves for the election and the leader of the House Simon Bridges says there's still lots to get through. Read more Audio
MPs come and go. A lot. And someone has to teach new MPs to be MPs. Read more Audio
New Zealand's longest serving female MP has said 'over and out.' And went out on a raft of jokes and calls to actions. Listen to Annette King's entire valedictory speech. Read more Audio
Green MP Steffan Browning says farewell to the House with a critique of the Government's environmental record. Read more Audio
National's Jo Goodhew reflects on 12 years as an MP in her final farewell adress to Parliament. Read more Audio
In his farewell address to Parliament National MP Lindsay Tisch says he's had an interest in politics since his school days last century. Read more Audio
Parliament has loosened up rules for satirising footage of MPs in the debating chamber as part of a review of Standing Orders. Read more Audio
Valedictory statements are frequently funny as well as insightful. Maurice Williamson's was memorable for his stories told with a famously edgy humour. Read more Audio
At the age of 14 Clayton Cosgrove signed up for the Labour Party having no idea that he would end up serving 18 years as an MP. Read more Audio
Departing National MP Jono Naylor has used his valedictory statement to encourage people to champion views that aren't neccessarily in their self-interests. Read more Audio
National's Murray McCully says goodbye to the house after three decades as an MP. Read more Audio
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