The Government is being accused by National of acting like a 'reverse Robin Hood' with its latest electric vehicle rebate scheme.
There are some Bills which just sit around Parliament for years and years, jammed up in the process but moving no further forward.
Suggestions New Zealand’s attitude towards China has caused ruptures in its relationship with Australia were quashed yesterday, as Jacinda Ardern and Scott Morrison worked overtime to highlight the...
Veteran National MP Nick Smith is resigning from Parliament, "for personal and professional reasons, including a current Parliamentary Service inquiry into an employment issue."
National Party leader Judith Collins has delivered her response to this year's Budget, calling it "a slap in the face for working people".
The Government has announced a boost in benefits costing $3.3 billion over four years that it says will lift up to 33,000 children out of poverty.
Future changes and historic payroll mistakes are among the targets of more than $2 billion in new education spending in today's government Budget.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson is delivering his "wellbeing Budget" today. Here are the 10 things you need to know.
The Government's first Budget has ticked off some key Labour pledges, spending billions on increasing benefits but keeping a lid on major spending and debt increases.
A number of MPs, including Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, were gifted tickets to see Elton John in concert last year, according to MPs' pecuniary interests.
As a rule of thumb, authors of government reports don't really expect to be catapulted into the headlines a year-and-a-half after submitting their work.
National leader Judith Collins has hit back following a damning political poll, saying she was getting positive feedback over National holding the Government to account on its "radical...
Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi says a barrage of rhetoric in Parliament is fuelling racist comments in wider society.
The government has announced extra funding to give thousands of early childhood teachers pay parity with kindergarten and school teachers.
Maori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi has again been ejected from the House after taking aim at what he called "racist" rhetoric by the National Party.
Speaker Trevor Mallard has instituted a new policy in recent weeks, where each day one of his assistant Speakers reads the prayer which starts the proceedings of Parliament.
The Government has released its decisions on how unions and employers would interact to set fair pay agreements, which would represent the biggest shift in industrial relations since the early 1990s.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she retains confidence in Speaker Trevor Mallard, but has expressed "serious concerns" to him about his conduct in Parliament.