The Maori Party is sticking to its warning it could walk out on National over the removal of a Treaty clause in state asset sales plans, despite Prime Minister John Key's attempts to dampen down its members' anger.
Prime Minister John Key will almost certainly be making two trips to Russia this year, as its relationship with New Zealand blossoms.
Australia and New Zealand should work together to make the most of the opportunities presented by Asia's economic boom, says Prime Minister John Key.
John Key is lowering public expectations that the Government can deliver on its promise to have its books back in surplus by 2014-15.
The Government is still on track to get back into surplus in 2014/15 but it would push out the date if the global economy went into meltdown, Prime Minister John Key indicated today.
One of the biggest issues - or sideshows - of November's general election was the "Tea-Gate" saga.
New Labour leader David Shearer used his major debut speech in Parliament as Opposition leader to promise change in Labour following last month's election loss.
Prime Minister John Key has confirmed the SAS will be withdrawn from Afghanistan in March.
Prime Minister John Key will meet the Green Party co-leaders today to discuss a possible cooperation deal.
Prime Minister John Key has reassured flood-hit residents of Nelson and Tasman that the Earthquake Commission has enough money to settle claims.
Prime Minister John Key has named his new Cabinet, revealing promotions for a number of women in the party.
John Key has been sworn in as Prime Minister in a ceremony at Government House in Wellington this morning.
John Key has not only "freshened up'' National's front bench, as he put it at a press conference this afternoon, he has modernised it.
Prime Minister John Key today named the following ministerial roles.
Prime Minister John Key will quickly form the new government after voters overwhelmingly supported National in the party vote on Saturday night.
Prime Minister John Key is brushing off criticism of his flight from New Plymouth to Auckland last night, after a Nelson to Auckland service was diverted to pick him up.
The public is highly polarised about whether the "tea cup tape'' should be released, a poll suggests.
Prime Minister John Key has this morning refused to answer any questions about the 'tea cup' tape and, when pressed, walked out of a media stand-up.
Prime Minister John Key yesterday said he would not be offering a retraction or apology to cameraman Bradley Ambrose.
There is not one police officer in the country who has a "bit of spare time'' as John Key claims they do, says the New Zealand Police Association.