The Opposition says the Government should be more generous with its wage and business subsidies to help companies survive the economic shutdown.
On Monday, as a hypothetical exercise, blogger David Farrar imagined who would be in a ‘‘Government of National Unity’’ created to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced travel restrictions from countries hardest hit by coronavirus will stay in place for another seven days.
Among the first regulations National would scrap, if elected, would be Labour's proposed rental regulations and the newly introduced heating standards, leader Simon Bridges says.
Former Cabinet minister and Auckland mayoralty hopeful John Tamihere is running for Parliament – and has started his campaign with a hit at the Government and Labour's 13 Māori MPs.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has delivered her strongest rebuking of NZ First MP and Minister Shane Jones yet, suggesting that if he was a Labour MP, he would face demotion.
Abortion reform has cleared another hurdle, passing its second reading in Parliament tonight by 81 votes to 39.
Questions are being raised about the refusal to test unwell passengers on the same flight as the New Zealander who has tested positive for Covid-19.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has publicly reprimanded Cabinet Minister Shane Jones, labelling his language around Indian immigrants "loose" and "wrong".
Labour has officially revealed who will contest the Dunedin South electorate for the party in this year's election following Clare Curran's announcement last year that she is not seeking reelection.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has put the boot into her transtasman counterpart, directly challenging Scott Morrison over Australia's deportation policies.
A scathing report into how National got its hands on sensitive Budget information prematurely has placed the blame for the blunder on Treasury's top brass.
Green MP Golriz Ghahraman has revealed she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and hopes to remove some of the stigma around the disease.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced $2 million in funding to put towards the relocation of Fijian communities displaced by climate change.
Opposition leader Simon Bridges says a National government will look at amending the law to allow Australians convicted of serious crimes in New Zealand to be deported.
The passage of the Government's second tranche of gun law reforms seems far from certain, but New Zealand First is stopping short of demanding changes to secure the party's ongoing support.
Flaxmere Primary School kids didn't just get a free lunch today, they had it served to them by the Prime Minister.
Former National MP, and now independent, Jami-Lee Ross, has been named today as one of the four people facing SFO charges in relation to two $100,000 donations made to the National Party.