Maori Party co-leader Tariana Turia is critical of Government ministers for failing to fully support a parliamentary group set up to tackle poverty.
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Labour is accusing the Government of encouraging the electricity industry to put up power prices just as winter hits.
The Green Party wants to introduce a scheme that would require Government ministers to regularly disclose who they meet.
Voters deserve a rational economic debate from politicians in the lead up to the election in September, not polemic and rhetoric.
The Labour Party has unveiled its manufacturing policy saying tax deferrals should be given to manufacturing companies that invest in new technology.
The Electoral Commission has finalised the electoral boundaries for the next two general elections.
The Justice Minister continues to face questions about whether she gave a New Zealand milk exporting company favourable treatment following her trip to China in 2013.
MPs have been told that meditation could help parents get more involved in their children's learning and a trial should be funded for schools.
The Labour Party's Auckland Central candidate, Jacinda Ardern, says electoral boundary changes will make her fight for the marginal seat even harder.
Labour is accusing Justice Minister Judith Collins of corruption.
Finance Minister Bill English has shrugged off concerns the Government might have sold shares in Genesis Energy, at $1.50 each, too cheaply.
A Parliamentary inquiry into the funding of specialist sexual violence services has been told the sector is starving and in desperate need of help.
MPs have been told that sexual assault services are seriously under-funded and many victims aren't getting the help they need.
Parliament has passed Treaty of Waitangi legislation that lays down conditions for the use of the Ka Mate haka performed by the All Blacks.
Labour MP Shane Jones has accused the Countdown supermarket chain of intimidating Lotto New Zealand into handing over hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The Government will drive iwi fishing operators out of business by banning them from using foreign boats with low-wage crews, Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples says.
Colourful artworks and suggested packaging for plain pack tobacco have sparked a debate at Parliament about the rights of children to express their opinions.
The Maori Party denies it is wedded to the National Party, despite the Prime Minister being the star turn at one of its fundraising dinners.