Privacy Commissioner John Edwards was in our patch this week, briefing institutions and individuals on far-reaching law changes about to take effect in his patch.
Dunedin list MP Michael Woodhouse has been given the finance and transport portfolios by National leader Judith Collins in her caucus reshuffle.
The National Party has confirmed Judith Collins will stay on as leader and Dr Shane Reti will be her new deputy.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is defending the "stretched" managed isolation voucher system and has asked people no longer planning to return home to give up their vouchers to other travellers.
The new government wants to get on with the job of recovering from one of the most challenging times in the country's history, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has outlined the top economic priorities for what's left of 2020, with a focus on speeding up job creation and boosting exports.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has brought five new ministers into her executive, including a rookie MP elected to Parliament less than three week ago.
Jacinda Ardern has announced her new Cabinet line-up, which includes a raft of new positions for ministers.
Labour Dunedin list MP Rachel Brooking is still learning to navigate her way through the myriad corridors of the Parliamentary complex, let alone the tangles of the Parliamentary process.
The two people charged in the New Zealand First Foundation case have pleaded not guilty and elected trial by jury.
National leader Judith Collins says today's caucus meeting will go over portfolios and update MPs on the party's review of the election campaign defeat.
Judith Collins says a review of the National Party's election campaign will extend to the past three years in opposition, but won't say much else.
Labour and the Greens will meet again today to thrash out areas they can cooperate on in government.
Advance NZ co-leader Billy Te Kahika has severed ties with the party after it failed to make it into Parliament.
Judith Collins had one publicly expressed mission on her Dunedin visit this week - to win Taieri for National.
The Act Party has pedalled back on its vow to lower the minimum wage, instead promising to freeze it for three years.