The Australian Immigration Minister has taken a swipe at Andrew Little and New Zealand's contribution to regional surveillance following his appearance on a current affairs show across the Tasman.
The Opportunities Party (Top) founded by Gareth Morgan will not contest the next election and its board has asked the Electoral Commission to cancel its registration as a political party.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford has been fined $500 for using his mobile phone while his plane was taxiing, the Civil Aviation Authority has announced.
The Government has been accused of spending up large without saving anything for a rainy day in the face of global economic uncertainty.
More cash for families as the Government's Families Package, which is funded by cancelling the previous National government's planned tax cuts and will cost $5.53 billion over five years, takes effect.
Act leader, MP and former Dancing with the Stars contestant David Seymour tried to put Green MPs down with a tweet sent from the bus this morning. It didn't go well.
Parliament has passed the law opening the way for the Auckland regional fuel tax to kick in from Sunday and for other regions to apply for the tax from 2021.
A man at the centre of sexual assault allegations at a Labour Party summer youth camp has been charged.
National leader Simon Bridges says comments he made about the Prime Minister's new daughter were lighthearted and needed to be heard in context.
Jacinda Ardern has arrived at hospital to have her baby and Winston Peters is in charge of the country.
Winston Peters is coming under pressure from the Coalition Government's support partner, the Green Party, to speak out about the United States' separation of children from their non-documented...
Health Minister David Clark says the $8 billion extra for health Labour promised during the election campaign will still materialise in future budgets during this term of government.
Increased funding for palliative care and for training more rural doctors and nurses, as well as more money to provide medical services to accommodate booming tourism numbers, are all things Dalton...
With New Zealand's heavily pregnant prime minster now out of the capital and past her due date, one of the country's most enigmatic political veterans has slipped into her shoes.
There is no more money in the government kitty for nurses but what's available could be restructured, Health Minister David Clark says.
Health Minister David Clark says he offered the acting chairman of the Counties Manukau District Health Board what he calls a "dignified exit'' from his role.
Health Minister David Clark has tried to gag public servants, appearing to offer them jobs in return for their silence, National's MP for Botany Jami-Lee Ross said.