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The National Party are questioning Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern after her office released texts sent to her about Czech smuggler Karel Sroubek from his supporters.
Anecdotal evidence suggests an increase in the number of sexual assaults may be linked to students heading to university, says Stuart Nash.
Business NZ warns some may forgo contracts if the code is too stringent or has costs attached.
The National Party tourism spokesperson says it's clear the tourism industry doesn't have confidence in the minister to do his job, given they've asked the Prime Minister to appoint an associate.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will make the trek to Northland with 12 months of work under her belt and a world of expectation.
The Cabinet Minister Shane Jones has hit out at BP which has been distributing pamphlets at its petrol stations explaining the cost of a litre of petrol.
Google bosses have been unable to explain why they sent out an email to users which named the man accused of killing British tourist Grace Millane in defiance of a court suppression order.
The evolved mandate to move the Ngāpuhi treaty settlement forward has failed to be voted through by the iwi.
The government is responding to dozens of synthetic drug-related deaths in the last year by cracking down on suppliers and boosting funding for addiction treatment services.
Family violence features in all suburbs, according to a new report which reveals one in four women from high-income households experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime.
Government ministers are trying to shake the image of shady politicians holding secret meetings by opening up their diaries.
Police recruits will not be given additional mental health training under the police minister's watch because he doesn't want them to become a substitute for skilled professionals.
The Commerce Commission admits it will be under the pump getting a fuel market study done in 12 months.
The prime minister says she hasn't seen anything that suggests the World Trade Organisation is concerned the government is bringing in agricultural subsidies via the back door. Audio
Auckland is the only area in New Zealand where abortion numbers are increasing, watchdog boss says.
The Speaker has launched an external review of bullying and harassment of staff at Parliament dating back to 2014.
Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter hit the ground running after three months away from Parliament today, with an announcement geared at getting more school children on bikes.
Putting general election papers in the post could be a thing of the past if a proposal to allow people to submit ballot papers online gets the tick.
Riding motorcycles is losing its appeal which will help bring down the climbing road toll, a safety campaigner says.
A spate of motorcycle deaths at the weekend could trigger a new licence test for motorcyclists who purchase big powerful bikes.
The local iwi have taken responsibility after about 400,000 seedlings bought by the government to plant in Northland went to waste after the land was too wild to plant on.
An inquiry into the government's appointment of the deputy police commissioner has found the process was "adequate and fit for purpose''.
If the government doesn't deliver specifically for Māori in next year's wellbeing budget, the 13-strong Labour Māori caucus is going to have a lot of questions to answer. Audio
An investigation has failed to identify who was responsible for leaking to the media a report into former Minister Meka Whaitiri's alleged bullying.
Scott Theobald, the Department of Conservation ranger who died alongside his colleague and pilot in a helicopter crash last month, has been posthumously awarded for his public service.