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The kidnapping of a New Zealand nurse has been kept under wraps for years, now RNZ can reveal her story. Video
The heads of NZ's spy agencies say they've investigated all kinds of extremist threats, but the Royal Commisson will get to the bottom of whether they could have prevented the Christchurch terror…
Rebecca Kitteridge, director of the under-scruntiny SIS, has offered her condolences to the victims of the Christchurch mosque attacks and their families, speaking publicly for the first time since…
Owners of firearms and magazines that will be illegal to own from tomorrow will be able to claim compensation based on make, model and their condition.
After 16 months' worth of submissions, a report on euthanasia legislation has been tabled in the House and sponsor David Seymour says he's quietly confident he'll have the numbers to pass it.
The Prime Minister has wrapped up her first trip to China, but has it produced any tangible gains for New Zealand businesses? Jane Patterson reports from Beijing.
Next round of FTA upgrade talks to proceed "as soon as possible" as New Zealand recognised as "sincere" friend with China.
China's President Xi Jinping has given New Zealand's Prime Minister a warm welcome in Beijing, acknowledging Jacinda Ardern's presence so soon after the Christchurch shootings.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told China's Premier she wanted to visit the country to underscore the importance of their relationship.
It's been a long time coming but the prime minister has arrived in Beijing for whirlwind meetings with the most senior figures in the Chinese administration.
National MP Judith Collins says the Housing Ministry's spending on contractors and consultants shows it is struggling to attract staff with industry experience for the KiwiBuild programme. Audio
RNZ can now reveal more details of the employment dispute that led to the controversial resignation of Stephen Barclay as the head of the KiwiBuild unit.
Analysis - There's not one specific mention of the threat posed by white supremacists or right-wing nationalism in 10 years of public documents from NZ's security services, writes Jane Patterson.
The government is preparing to unveil its full proposal on changes to firearms law either today or tomorrow.
Today New Zealanders will have a clearer picture of how the coalition government plans to change the gun laws, including a possible ban on semi-automatic weapons.
A man has been charged with injuring with intent to injure after Green Party co-leader James Shaw was attacked on the street this morning.
Shane Jones says his comments that he would "study every single step" the SFO made in its probe of National Party donations did not mean he was trying to influence the investigation.
Power Play - After happily attacking the government on a capital gains tax, Simon Bridges is now back in the nightmare scenario brought on by his former MP, writes Jane Patterson.
The government is defending paying Sir Michael Cullen $1000 a day as the head of the Tax Working Group, two weeks after it delivered its final report.
Questions about tax exclusions for Māori land prompted angry exchanges between the prime minister and National's leader Simon Bridges in Parliament.
The Ombudsman is warning government departments not to use the Official Information Act as a way of dragging their feet in response to media enquiries.
There's been plenty of debate about the progress of KiwiBuild, but underpinning the programme is a commitment for the Crown to take the financial risk as an incentive to get developers on board.
The minister responsible for GCSB is disregarding statements from a senior US politician, relating to Chinese company Huawei and the potential impact on bi-lateral relations.
The opposition has already started to launch pre-emptive attacks about a potential capital gains tax, two days before the Tax Working Group reveals its final recommendations.
The Tax Working Group will reveal its long-awaited recommendations on the tax system this morning with politicians busy positioning themselves for any reference to a capital gains tax.