Jacinda Ardern insisted in an interview today that Clare Curran's job as a minister was safe - despite the Prime Minister accepting the errant MP's resignation the night before.
Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran is not in danger of being fired, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
Government ministers spent roughly $1.5 million on travel and accommodation between April and June this year.
Embattled Dunedin South MP Clare Curran is on personal leave after failing to front at Parliament to answer more questions about her use of a private email.
Health Minister David Clark has pulled the plug for the time being on a troubled IT project to replace district health boards' ageing systems which has cost more than $100 million so far.
Parliament's Speaker Trevor Mallard has allowed an urgent debate on the removal of Government Minister Clare Curran from Cabinet.
Suspended Government minister Meka Whaitiri will be absent from Parliament this week and is likely to be working from her home constituency.
The Government has announced a $16.9 billion investment in the land transport system over the next three years, which it says will deliver a safer, better connected system.
Government Minister Meka Whaitiri will stand aside from her portolios amid an investigation into a 'staffing matter' in her office.
The Labour Party will implement the recommendations of a report into allegations of sexual assaults at a Young Labour summer camp at Waihi, including that events are supervised and a policy on...
National has engaged PwC and Simpson Grierson to carry out its investigation into who leaked leader Simon Bridges' travel expenses information to the media.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has met with the business community, confronted the spectre of falling confidence levels and announced a new advisory council to be chaired by Air NZ's boss.
The Government has announced a reform of tenancy laws today in an effort to "make life better for renters".
A demoted and apologetic Clare Curran is vowing to stay on in Parliament and continue working for the people of South Dunedin after being sacked from Cabinet.
The Speaker Trevor Mallard has reportedly called off the inquiry into the leaking of National leader Simon Bridges' expenses.
Former solicitor-general Michael Heron QC will lead the inquiry into the leaking of National leader Simon Bridges' travel and accommodation expenses to the media.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced plans to freeze the salaries of MPs while a review of the pay-setting system is carried out.
The Greens are tackling the issue of waste on day two of the party's annual conference, and are set to get tougher on those dumping tyres and lithium batteries.
National has criticised the Government's foreign investment plan after Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones' appearance on a current affairs TV programme.