National leader Judith Collins wants the Government to pass temporary emergency legislation to make is easier to build houses.
Politics is something that has largely happened elsewhere for the previous five weeks, something for which we should all probably be very grateful.
The Government is being urged to accelerate its rollout of the Covid-19 vaccination, given the increased risk of the new variant which is devastating the UK and South Africa.
The government has congratulated Britain and the European Union on the Brexit deal agreed this morning - four and a-half years after the British people voted to leave the EU.
When asked this week to reflect on her previous 12 months, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern needed one word to summarise 2020.
A deal has been struck between the Government and Fletcher Building to buy the disputed Ihumātao land for just under $30 million, the first step in breaking the long-running deadlock.
Speaker Trevor Mallard has faced MPs' questions over spending $330,000 of taxpayer money settling a defamation case against him.
National Party leader Judith Collins is calling for Speaker Trevor Mallard to apologise and offer his resignation today.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a travel bubble with Australia has been approved in principle for the first quarter of next year.
There are many milestone moments as a political career comes to a close when you look at something or someone and realise "it really is over".
Speaker Trevor Mallard's false 'rape' claim about a Parliament staffer has cost taxpayers more than $333,000 to resolve, National says.
Taieri MP Ingrid Leary started her first speech to Parliament with a pronunciation lesson about the name of her electorate.
The Government will start the process of giving every New Zealander an extra five days of sick leave a year before Parliament adjourns for the summer break.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her rival, National's Judith Collins, have kicked off the 53rd Parliament with a fiery debate which culminated in a scrap over housing.
The Government is being accused of planning to introduce a capital gains tax by stealth, after Finance Minister Grant Robertson asked Treasury for advice on extending the brightline test.
The National Party has kicked off the review of its election result, announcing a team including the former party president who overhauled the party after its worst-ever result in 2002.
Three projects identified for fast-tracking today are private sector projects, Environment Minister David Parker says.
New Zealanders want the parliamentary term increased from three to four years and 90% of them have full trust and confidence in the democratic process.