British trade secretary Liam Fox will arrive in New Zealand tomorrow – another high-level visit as the United Kingdom prepares to leave the European Union and forge its own trade deals.
The appointment of former Labour finance minister Sir Michael Cullen as chairman of the Government's tax working group means a preordained outcome on the introduction of a capital gains tax.
A new tax working set up by the Government will be led by former Labour finance minister Sir Michael Cullen.
Bill English made his first visit to Tauranga on yesterday as Leader of Opposition and slammed the Government's new $1 billion Regional Development Fund.
Labour has released costing estimates for its boost to student loans and allowances - just hours after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern defended not doing so.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is denying that the Government is backtracking over its goal to plant 1 billion trees over 10 years, saying it was always going to be in partnership with the private...
Changes to school entry rules that allowed some 4-year-olds to start school will be reversed by the new Government.
Families across the Tasman are taking note of New Zealand's free tertiary scheme - but unless they have lived here long-term they will be locked out.
More than 130,000 students will have $50 extra in their pockets next year, as the Government moves to make tertiary education more affordable.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the case of mistaken identity where someone had thought that Donald Trump mistook her for Justin Trudeau’s wife has nothing to do with the Canadian leader.
A Government crisis meeting will take place tomorrow to tackle a rising road toll that has already passed last year's.
Viewers have slammed Jack Tame as "rude" and "bizarre" over an awkward interview with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Legislation to set up an agency devoted to the Pike River Mine re-entry is expected to go before cabinet on Monday.
The Government will give an extra $2.5 million for the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar.
Opposition leader Bill English is warning the Government to tread cautiously on its position on the humanitarian crisis on Manus Island, saying New Zealand owes Australia for stopping boat people reaching our shores.
Workplace Relations Minister Iain-Lees Galloway says he is willing to work with the National Party to advance paid parental leave for partners — but not at the moment.
Labour has backpedalled on its Revenue Minister's promise to start requiring overseas retailers to collect GST on goods bought by New Zealanders, saying it is still looking at the issue.
The last event on Jacinda Ardern's programme at the East Asia Summit in Manila was a late night meeting with controversial president Rodrigo Duterte who had high praise for New Zealand.
United Future’s former long-time leader Peter Dunne says the end of the party is ‘‘sad, but understandable’’.
Senior National MP Chris Finlayson has launched a stinging rebuke of Winston Peters, saying National "dodged a bullet" when Peters decided to go with Labour.