The National Party has launched a private member's Bill to get young offenders back to school.
Digital Media Minister Clare Curran has been caught up in some online drama involving the misuse of her identity and a fake Facebook page.
Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA) is joining other organisations in expressing its opposition to changes being proposed for workplaces by the Government.
The Government has hit back at International Monetary Fund claims that New Zealand's foreign buyer ban is "discriminatory", saying Kiwi homes should not be traded on the global market.
The Government's tally of inquiries, reference and working groups has soared to 75 since it was elected in September last year.
Justice Minister Andrew Little says he was surprised by some of the appointments made to a group advising the country's intelligence and security watchdog, but they offer some healthy scepticism.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has ended talks with Angela Merkel in Berlin, the pair talking on topics from missile attacks on Syria, problems with Russia and the kiwi the German Chancellor released on a 2014 visit to New Zealand.
Labour has sunk below National in the latest 1News/Colmar Brunton poll, 43% to 44%.
Trade Minister David Parker says it still remains unclear whether the United States is truly committed to returning to the Trans Pacific Partnership.
A common thread in the analysis of the election of Marama Davidson as Greens co-leader is that it represents a counterpoint to the pragmatism and middle-of-the-road acceptability of the other co...
The Prime Minister is defending the Government's ban on offshore oil exploration, saying the transition to a zero-carbon economy "must start somewhere".
There's little to be gained by forcing RNZ chairman Richard Griffin to hand over a voicemail from Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
RNZ chairman Richard Griffin says he has no intention of handing over a voice message left on his mobile phone by Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran.
Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges says the Government has enough money to build two new hospitals, let alone fix the problems at Middlemore Hospital.
The Government has given a gloomy warning about what is to come in the Budget, saying the state of schools and hospitals is much worse than expected and will require major investment.
Former Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has hit back at claims he knew about problems with buildings at Middlemore Hospital, where some buildings contain toxic mould and others have leaking...
The Greens have announced their new female co-leader.
RNZ chairman Richard Griffin offered his resignation to Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran the day she was appointed but she asked him to stay on.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford has admitted the Government's proposed fuel tax of 9 cents to 12c a litre does not include GST, which will be added on at the petrol pump.
RNZ chairman Richard Griffin has refused to play for MPs a contentious voice message left on his phone by Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran.