The man who preceded David Clark as Dunedin North MP has backed the former health minister to return to Cabinet one day.
National MP for Clutha-Southland Hamish Walker has been slammed for penning a "racist" statement singling out quarantining Kiwis returning from India, Pakistan and Korea.
Senior Cabinet Minister Chris Hipkins was one of several people who told David Clark in recent days that his time as Health Minister may be up.
National leader Todd Muller has moved his predecessor into his shadow Cabinet, with Simon Bridges taking over the foreign affairs portfolio.
Winston Peters has challenged Todd Muller to "stand up for this country" and address Jian Yang's membership of the National partyroom.
Senior National MP Judith Collins says she's not sorry to see the back of Paula Bennett and has revealed why she voted to roll her in the leadership coup.
Calls for New Zealand to open its borders is "frankly dangerous", Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
National Party MP Paula Bennett will bow out of politics at the election and venture into the "business world".
Southern candidates failed to crack the top 20 of Act New Zealand’s list for this year’s general election.
Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson has made the party's first major election announcement,revealing plans to tackle poverty.
Firearms specialist Nicole McKee has become an Act Party candidate and secured No 3 spot in the party list announced today by leader David Seymour.
A lengthy career in politics will end when National MP Anne Tolley retires from politics at September's general election.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has defended under-fire Health Minister David Clark, saying he will keep his job at least until the election.
Veteran National MP Nick Smith was forced to leave the House under escort late last night – the first time such an event has occurred in decades.
Hundreds of background documents relating to the Government's response to the Covid-19 pandemic have been released this morning.
A new political poll tonight has Labour with enough support to govern alone despite a 9 percentage point swing from Labour to National.
Health Minister David Clark is standing by comments he made yesterday, where he has been accused of throwing Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield under the bus.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is shrugging off criticism that her Government is "tearing itself apart," after New Zealand First killed any hope that light rail in Auckland would get underway this...