D-Day is looming for a decision on the new public broadcasting "super entity", with the final Cabinet meeting of the year on Monday.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has thrown his support behind NZME buying rival news agency Stuff, warning that this country's media industry is in "dire straits".
The Government will spend an extra $12 billion on infrastructure, split across new roading, rail, schools and healthcare projects, Finance Minister Grant Robertson has revealed.
Cabinet Minister Kris Faafoi says he has apologised to the Prime Minister over his mishandling of an immigration matter.
Newshub has revealed that Broadcasting Minister Kris Faafoi may have breached Cabinet rules by offering to help "speed up" a friend's immigration case.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters used a meme of Paula Bennett to get laughs from Parliament and mock the National MP over the cannabis debate.
New Zealanders have been given a first glimpse at what they will be voting for in next year's cannabis referendum.
The Government has announced it will ban foreign donations to political parties and candidates in a bid to "protect New Zealand from foreign interference".
Otago and Southland firearms owners acted in self-defence yesterday, several making submissions to a Parliamentary select committee considering gun control legislation.
The Government has officially opened the country's first-ever Suicide Prevention Office and has also announced an extra $12 million in funding for Māori and Pacific suicide prevention.
Labour list MP Jan Tinetti has been diagnosed with breast cancer but says it won't stop her campaigning for a seat in the 2020 general election.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is at home recovering from her wisdom tooth operation and is understood to have significant swelling the right side of her jaw.
Justice Minister Andrew Little expects New Zealanders who shared the name of Grace Millane's killer via social media will face legal action.
In December, when the long-awaited report on mental health and addiction services was released, its authors included within its 219 pages a plea to politicians not use the subject as a political...
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has continued his attack on the media and the National Party while en route to the G20 ministers' meeting in Japan.
A horse stud owner has been revealed as one of the donors to a mysterious foundation linked to NZ First.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has refused to confirm whether a foundation giving money to his political party would be considered a donation and needed to be declared.