Three laptops have been stolen from the National Party's headquarters in Auckland in a break-in last night, the party's deputy leader Paula Bennett has revealed.
The financial situation for New Zealand's District Health Boards is continuing to deteriorate, with newly released data showing all but one are in the red.
Rockets have been fired at the US army base in Camp Taji, north of Baghdad, which houses New Zealand's remaining troops in Iraq.
A National MP wants to see no parole for convicted murderers if they don't reveal the location of their victim's body.
Workers on minimum wage will get a financial boost in 2020 with the rate increasing to $18.90 per hour in April.
A review into allegations of sexual assault by a Labour Party staffer has been unable to substantiate the claims, but did identify "overbearing and aggressive" behaviour.
The government is moving to fast-track billions in funding for rail investments in a change that is being hailed as historic.
D-Day is looming for a decision on the new public broadcasting "super entity", with the final Cabinet meeting of the year on Monday.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has thrown his support behind NZME buying rival news agency Stuff, warning that this country's media industry is in "dire straits".
The Government will spend an extra $12 billion on infrastructure, split across new roading, rail, schools and healthcare projects, Finance Minister Grant Robertson has revealed.
Cabinet Minister Kris Faafoi says he has apologised to the Prime Minister over his mishandling of an immigration matter.
Newshub has revealed that Broadcasting Minister Kris Faafoi may have breached Cabinet rules by offering to help "speed up" a friend's immigration case.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters used a meme of Paula Bennett to get laughs from Parliament and mock the National MP over the cannabis debate.
New Zealanders have been given a first glimpse at what they will be voting for in next year's cannabis referendum.
The Government has announced it will ban foreign donations to political parties and candidates in a bid to "protect New Zealand from foreign interference".
Otago and Southland firearms owners acted in self-defence yesterday, several making submissions to a Parliamentary select committee considering gun control legislation.