The Green Party's new energy policy has won a cautious vote of support from the business community.
Labour leader Andrew Little has vowed to slash immigration by "tens of thousands" of new arrivals - but won't be more specific about exact numbers.
North Korea is likely to be on the agenda as Foreign Minister Murray McCully meets with senior US military officials in Hawaii this week.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw believes the $1.4billion Crown surplus announced this week should not be totally spent on roads and bridges.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley is furious about a privacy breach at her ministry and has hinted jobs could be lost as a result of the blunder.
The ''wave of discontent'' behind Brexit and that put Donald Trump in the White House has arrived in New Zealand, Winston Peters says.
Labour leader Andrew Little upped his offer from $26,000 to $100,000 in a last-minute bid to settle the defamation claim against him by hoteliers Earl and Lani Hagaman but Mrs Hagaman rejected it as too little and too late.
New Zealand no longer has a presence at a major Interpol facility fighting cybercrime because of a lack of funding.
Defamation proceedings against Labour Party leader Andrew Little by National Party donors and hoteliers Earl and Lani Hagaman will proceed.
The National Party has received another $50,000 from the head of milk exporter Oravida, which was once caught up in a conflict of interest claim.
The National Party has stepped up its attacks on Labour’s new deputy leader Jacinda Ardern, saying she is only interested in putting her face on billboards and has achieved nothing as an MP.
Former Prime Minister John Key is leaving Parliament at the earliest opportunity possible - next week.
A ban on unvaccinated children from childcare centres should be investigated, Labour leader Andrew Little says.
Prime Minister Bill English is talking tax cuts - saying "something will be covered'' in the upcoming Budget and any changes would take effect from April 1 next year.
A Bill that proposes increasing the penalty for offenders who supply explosives to commit crimes has passed its first reading in Parliament.
Gareth Morgan's new political party has been officially registered by the Electoral Commission.
New Zealand First MP Barbara Stewart will quit Parliament at the election, saying she has found being an MP difficult after the death of her husband.
An official briefing that states a new policy hasn't helped unemployed New Zealanders into jobs is wrong, Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says.
Jacinda Ardern has been confirmed as Labour's new deputy leader.
New Zealand could be in for a very different general election thanks to an experiment run by a University of Otago academic.