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The Human Rights Foundation is calling for an open and transparent inquiry into last Friday's attacks.
Banning military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles has seen a sweeping show of unity across the political divide - but the ACT Party isn't pledging its support yet. Audio
Governing party leaders are giving no clues on how the country's gun laws will change until they are announced.
New Zealand expert in Chinese politics Anne-Marie Brady will not be speaking at Parliament about foreign interference in elections, after her request to submit was blocked by MPs.
The government has introduced legislation that will re-classify the two main synthetic cannabinoids as Class A substances.
The co-founder of a charity that evacuates animals during disasters is fuming over what he says are threats from government officials not to fund his work.
The law means animal thieves could face up to seven years in prison, and repealed some older laws including the year-and-a-day law and the law of blasphemous libel.
New Zealand First's leader says nothing is a done deal regarding tax changes, including whether the government passes legislation to implement them ahead of the next election.
New Zealand can shortly expect demands from Kurdish officials to take the imprisoned Kiwi IS fighter, Mark Taylor, off their hands.
Long-time Labour MP Ruth Dyson has revealed she will not be seeking re-election in 2020.
The government has picked up where former prime minister Helen Clark left off and has resumed regular meetings with the trade union movement.
Business and farmer groups are seething at the Tax Working Group's proposal to expand capital gains tax to land, farms, and most shares and business assets.
Shane Jones is planning to have words with the Quotable Value board about its shocking expenditure and financial forecast.
New Zealand's tourism numbers from China are up, but a New Zealand businessman in China believes they could half if the two-countries' relationship doesn't improve.
An audit of a government property service has revealed declining revenue and hundreds of instances where company money was used to buy alcohol.
Archives New Zealand has decided not to prosecute the former chairman of RNZ over a voicemail left on his phone by former government minister Clare Curran a year ago.
National MPs are backing leader Simon Bridges despite a significant drop in his popularity in the latest poll.
Air New Zealand said the plane was turned around five hours into its flight because of a technicality.
Young people with mild to moderate mental health issues are set to benefit from a new government pilot programme, 'Piki.'
Ngāti Hine hapū have told the Treaty Negotiations Minister they want to formally split off from the Ngāpuhi talks that have been ongoing for more than a decade.
The prime minister has defended the government's record on Māori prison numbers as she prepares to return to Waitangi.
Laws come in to force today that will make it harder for guns and other military equipment to fall into the wrong hands.
The Tax Working Group led by Sir Michael Cullen has delivered its report back to government.
KiwiBuild's former boss Stephen Barclay will be hard to replace, those in the property sector say.
After today's celebrations at Rātana, the church's followers are happy with how the government is going so far. Video