NZ First has joined the fray of leadership elections, although the only vote in its caucus will be for deputy leader.
Steven Joyce has this morning confirmed he will contest the National Party leadership.
Now there are four: Mark Mitchell has confirmed he will contest the National Party leadership.
New Zealand First MP Clayton Mitchell has drafted a member’s Bill to make English a recognised official language in New Zealand.
Jonathan Coleman has ruled himself of the National Party leadership race and Judith Collins has taken a swipe at the actions of another candidate.
Judith Collins has launched her National Party leadership campaign with a swing at Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, saying she talks about herself ''and her feelings'' too much.
National Party leadership contender Judith Collins has set herself a performance threshold of 35% in the polls if she wins the leadership.
Amy Adams has confirmed her bid to become National's next leader, joining Judith Collins and Simon Bridges.
Dunedin National Party list MP Michael Woodhouse reacted with surprise and sadness when he learned yesterday of the resignation of party leader Bill English.
National Party MPs will spend a few more tense hours as the potential leaders of the party to replace Bill English announce their intentions.
Bill English talks about why he's resigning from the leadership of the National Party after losing his second election at the helm.
Winston Peters has ignored gracious farewells to Bill English, instead launching a withering attack on the departing National leader - and his caucus.
Those vying to replace Bill English as National leader are holding off on announcing their bids until later this week to give English a day for his announcement to sink in.
The departure of Bill English as leader of the National Party has been met with salutes. a few humorous takes and speculation about his reasons and the future leadership.
The party's caucus will elect the next leader - and Bill English says he will cast a vote, but has stopped well short of endorsing a successor.
After two unsuccessful attempts to win an election Bill English has walked away from the National Party leadership.
Bill English has stepped down as National Party leader.
New Zealand snared $600 million more tax than expected in the second half of 2017, according to statements released by Treasury today.
The Government is cracking down on public sector bosses' pay and board conduct by introducing a new law on Thursday to give greater powers to the State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes.
Two candidates are in the running to be the Greens' next female co-leader, the party has confirmed today.