National leader Simon Bridges says the party will stick with its policy of increasing the superannuation age gradually from 65 to 67, and increasing the required residency from the current 10 years...
It says a lot about the perception of the standard of political debate that it comes as something of a surprise when political opponents respectfully disagree about something ... let alone when...
A group of about a dozen teenagers, including three Green Party Youth MPs, were kicked out of Parliament and banned from the premises for a year after protesting in the public gallery.
Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker yelled at and abused officials helping him manage a Bill through the House, it was claimed in Parliament yesterday.
Dunedin National list MP Michael Woodhouse has stepped into the euthanasia debate, introducing an amendment to the End Life Choice Bill.
Former National Prime Minister Keith Holyoake's famous advice that first-term backbench MPs should learn to "breathe through their nose" before trying to make their mark on Parliament has echoed...
A petition has been launched calling on the Prime Minister to visit Ihumatao, which hundreds of people have been occupying to oppose a new housing development.
The Government has proposed new rules to limit urban development on highly productive farm land, but LGNZ president Dave Cull says it is "pitting potatoes against houses".
National Party deputy leader Paula Bennett will vacate her Upper Harbour seat in 2020, move to the party list and concentrate on running the 2020 election campaign.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says that the party has not handled the current bullying and intimidation complaints against a Labour staffer as well as it could have.
The Government will consider overturning a ban on prisoners from voting in light of a scathing report that said it had disproportionately hurt Māori and breached the Crown's Treaty of Waitangi...
Being the Minister of Health has long been regarded as one of the most thankless jobs in government.
Parliamentary workers who complained about inappropriate behaviour in the Labour Party are fearful and intimidated, says National Party deputy leader Paula Bennett.
Legislation liberalising abortions has overwhelmingly passed its first vote in Parliament, as the PM says it's time to focus on women's dignity and rights.
The chairman of the Royal Commission into Historic Abuse in Sstate and Faith-based Care has resigned, but says a perceived conflict of interest had nothing to do with his decision.
The Chief Ombudsman has launched an investigation into Julie Anne Genter’s refusal to release the letter she penned over a $6.4 billion Wellington transport project.
New Zealand First has blindsided Justice Minister Andrew Little by suggesting it may call for a referendum on abortion law reform.
Ihumātao protesters have accused police of using aggressive tactics against women during a dramatic standoff late last night.