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A Q&A on what you need to know in relation to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's recently announced ban on military style semi-automatic guns and assault rifles.
Military style semi-automatics and assault rifles will be banned in New Zealand under stronger new gun laws announced today, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
National leader Simon Bridges says an "emotional" junior staffer was responsible for deleting a petition against New Zealand signing the UN Migration Compact.
The relationship between China and New Zealand is not as rocky as some pundits and politicians are making it out to be, a visiting Chinese political scientist says."The two nations' shared...
Paul Buchanan, director of 36th Parallel Assessments, said today's attacks in Christchurch were "a turning point in our politics, and for society in general".
Green Party co-leader James Shaw has confirmed the person who attacked him knew who he was - and has revealed his colleagues have received death threats.
Concerns about violence against MPs have risen after an unprovoked attack on Green Party co-leader James Shaw yesterday.
A man has been charged after Green Party co-leader James Shaw was attacked, suffering a black eye and bloodied nose, as he walked to work.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given Veterans Affairs Minister Ron Mark a mild dressing down for appearing to push veterans to support New Zealand First at an event he attended as a Minister.
Jami-Lee Ross says he is pleased the Serious Fraud Office is probing his complaint about National Party donations.
For most people, Parliament is the 10-second snippets they see on television of Jacinda Ardern and Simon Bridges shouting at each other across the debating chamber at Question Time.
National is accusing the Government of wasting taxpayers' money on using Tax Working Group chairman Sir Michael Cullen as a "hired gun'', after his contract was extended.
The government won't adopt a capital gains tax that would leave KiwiSavers worse off, the head of the Tax Working Group says.
The Government has repealed a law that Justice Minister Andrew Little has described as "medieval, archaic and unjust".
Nary a whisper has been uttered about it, but the National Party has recently released an environmental discussion document suggesting a range of moves which, no matter where one stands politically...
Green Party co-leader and Climate Change Minister James Shaw spent the most of any government minister on international travel in the last quarter, according to expenses released today.
In his first major economic speech of the year, Finance Minister Grant Robertson has hit back at Capital Gains Tax critics.
National has laid out what its “bluegreen” policy would look like if it was elected as government, and it includes plans for the creation of a new national park in the Catlins.