Green MP Golriz Ghahraman has revealed she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and hopes to remove some of the stigma around the disease.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced $2 million in funding to put towards the relocation of Fijian communities displaced by climate change.
Opposition leader Simon Bridges says a National government will look at amending the law to allow Australians convicted of serious crimes in New Zealand to be deported.
The passage of the Government's second tranche of gun law reforms seems far from certain, but New Zealand First is stopping short of demanding changes to secure the party's ongoing support.
Flaxmere Primary School kids didn't just get a free lunch today, they had it served to them by the Prime Minister.
Former National MP, and now independent, Jami-Lee Ross, has been named today as one of the four people facing SFO charges in relation to two $100,000 donations made to the National Party.
National Party leader Simon Bridges says the Serious Fraud Office investigation into the NZ First Foundation adds weight to calls for Winston Peters to be stood down.
The Serious Fraud Office has begun an investigation in relation to the New Zealand First Foundation, a spokesman has confirmed.
A lobbying firm run by a New Zealand First Foundation trustee pushed for a law change on behalf of a property development company, which then donated tens of thousands of dollars to the foundation.
The National Party will campaign on a tax cut package, but the leader Simon Bridges is not yet revealing any of the details.
OPINION: Normally, times of emergency are non-contentious and non-political; it is not regarded as the done thing to try to score points from a government grappling with potential or actual...
Politicians joined family, friends and the public to farewell former Mike Moore, the country's 34th Prime Minister, at a service in Auckland.
National is putting pressure on the Prime Minister to pull her deputy, Winston Peters, into line after he initially admitted to having photos taken of journalists investigating the NZ First...
The government is ramping up its efforts to stop using motels for emergency housing, announcing an extra 1000 transitional housing places will be ready by the end of the year.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has attempted to bypass the media, answering questions about the secretive New Zealand First Foundation in a live video on Facebook.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is defending her deputy, and New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters, amid criticism over donations to his party from the racing industry.
Leaders across the political spectrum have paid tribute to former Prime Minister Mike Moore in Parliament's first sitting day of the year.
Veteran Christchurch MPs Nicky Wagner and David Carter will retire after this year's general election.
NZ First "will be reviewing its arrangements for party donations", the party's leader and Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says, as pressure mounts on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to stand him down as a minister.