National's deputy leader Paula Bennett says issues raised with Jami-Lee Ross had nothing to do with harassment, but were about inappropriate behaviour from Ross as a “married Member of Parliament”.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has given a media response like no other, playing the song Burning Bridges before heading into the House for Question Time.
National has taken the Prime Minister up on her offer to have a “re-think” of its support of a Bill allowing the Commerce Commission to investigate petrol companies.
If allegations by Rogue MP Jami-Lee Ross are true, National Party Leader Simon Bridges could face up to two years in jail, electoral lawyer Graeme Edgeler says.
There is only one word to describe the effect of the press conference held by Jami-Lee Ross to explain his "falling out" with National leader Simon Bridges: Boom.
National has kicked "lone wolf" Jami-Lee Ross out of the party for his "appalling behaviour" – and say they would welcome a police inquiry into "baseless" corruption allegations.
National's caucus is heading for a showdown today between leader Simon Bridges and MP Jami-Lee Ross.
Sidelined National MP Jami-Lee Ross has been identified as the person who leaked leader Simon Bridges' expenses - but he furiously denies the accusation.
National leader Simon Bridges has said there was "nothing inappropriate" about $24,000 worth of donations wrongfully recorded as donations for him, when they were actually for the party.
The Government has more than doubled its target for recruiting overseas teachers to fill a shortfall of 850 teachers next year.
The Prime Minister has all but poured cold water over a suggestion the Government should ease petrol taxes while the price of oil is high and the dollar is low.
Greenpeace and the Green Party are pleading with the Government to reject a bid from an Austrian oil giant to extend its drilling exploration permit by a further two years.
The Prime Minister says NZ's freshwater should not be promoted to overseas companies, and has blasted the previous government's efforts to do so as "very disturbing".
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has launched a scathing attack on fuel companies, telling reporters she thinks "consumers are being fleeced" at the petrol pump.
A New Zealand political party’s general secretary has been charged over failing to properly declare more than $200,000 in donations.
A redacted version of a report into an allegation of staff bullying against former government minister Meka Whaitiri has finally been released.
National has agreed to support a government bill which would ensure child poverty in New Zealand is properly measured.
The prime minister says she wishes National MP Jami-Lee Ross well as he takes medical leave from Parliament, but has little other comment about the situation.