Defamation proceedings against Labour Party leader Andrew Little by National Party donors and hoteliers Earl and Lani Hagaman will proceed.
The National Party has received another $50,000 from the head of milk exporter Oravida, which was once caught up in a conflict of interest claim.
The National Party has stepped up its attacks on Labour’s new deputy leader Jacinda Ardern, saying she is only interested in putting her face on billboards and has achieved nothing as an MP.
Former Prime Minister John Key is leaving Parliament at the earliest opportunity possible - next week.
A ban on unvaccinated children from childcare centres should be investigated, Labour leader Andrew Little says.
Prime Minister Bill English is talking tax cuts - saying "something will be covered'' in the upcoming Budget and any changes would take effect from April 1 next year.
A Bill that proposes increasing the penalty for offenders who supply explosives to commit crimes has passed its first reading in Parliament.
Gareth Morgan's new political party has been officially registered by the Electoral Commission.
New Zealand First MP Barbara Stewart will quit Parliament at the election, saying she has found being an MP difficult after the death of her husband.
An official briefing that states a new policy hasn't helped unemployed New Zealanders into jobs is wrong, Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says.
Jacinda Ardern has been confirmed as Labour's new deputy leader.
New Zealand could be in for a very different general election thanks to an experiment run by a University of Otago academic.
Labour has opted for NZ First over the Greens in its nomination to the committee which oversees New Zealand's spies.
Labour will elect a new deputy leader after Annette King decided to step down and retire from Parliament, leader Andrew Little has announced.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern is Mt Albert's new MP - recording a victory that will further raise her profile in election year.
Prime Minister Bill English says he will only let his ministers take partners on overseas trips if there is a need for it.
Labour MP Poto Williams has said she is sorry for the way she went about criticising Willie Jackson and accepted his apology for Roast Busters is sincere, but has stopped short of endorsing him as...
Former prime minister John Key says a conversation with Helen Clark helped make his decision to retire while at the top of his game - but admits it was the hardest decision of his life.
Labour leader Andrew Little has told his caucus to keep their concerns about Willie Jackson in-house as he tries to contain any damage from his decision to include Mr Jackson as a candidate.
Prime Minister Bill English has set out a business-as-usual agenda for the year ahead as Parliament returns from the summer break.