If he chooses a political career with the Nats it could get them more votes according to 1 NEWS’ political editor.
Christopher Luxon would be a 'good get' for the National Party, says 1 NEWS political editor
Julie Anne Genter says government incentives may be taken if the private sector continues to represent women unfairly.
Record number of women on state sector boards
Asked what his view was based on, Mr Peters said, "it's based on going and finding out”.
Winston Peters backs Boris Johnson for British PM
'The natural home for talent' - National Party would welcome Christopher Luxon
Jacinda Ardern recalled previous visits to refugee camps around the world during a visit to a Wellington exhibition.
NZ 'lucky to have the refugee community' – Ardern calls for shift in view of refugees
Ms Bennett criticised the Government for shelving National’s Meth Action Plan when it came into power.
Winston Peters calls Paula Bennett's claim previous government halved adult meth use 'world's best kept secret'
Kiwis set to see voting booths in supermarkets and malls on election day
“If there does need to be systemic change … we’ll be recommending that,” he said.
If Oranga Tamariki needs 'systemic change, we'll recommend that', ombudsman says
The total set aside for the scheme is now more than $200 million.
Extra $40m injected into gun buyback scheme, as Government explains how compensation process will work
Christopher Luxon talks to TVNZ1’s Breakfast about his departure from the airline and what’s next.
Outgoing Air NZ CEO says he identifies with National Party but has 'no master plan' to run for office
Seventy-eight new officers for our biggest city were sworn in today.
Target for 1800 police 'aspirational', says Police Minister as only 650 recruited
Stats NZ, phone companies to track people's movements
Jacinda Ardern brought her baking to a homeless charity in Wellington.
Jacinda Ardern joins 'Good Bitches' charity at Wellington shelter to deliver homemade cupcakes
'This is not the Trump hearing' – Pharmac deny accusations by National MP of tampering with Northland vaccine order
Minister of Children, Tracey Martin, made the announcement today after the incident last month.
Ombudsman launches 'wide-ranging and independent' investigation into baby uplifts by Oranga Tamariki
Actor John Cusack apologises for tweeting anti-Semitic cartoon
The National Party leader shared his health system concerns on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
Bridges says a friend's considering health treatment overseas and that shows a 'failing' Government
National’s leader analysed his MP’s appearance on TVNZ1’s Q&A on Monday night.
Simon Bridges says Judith Collins' analysis of his leadership is 'right and fine' after MP refused to rate his performance
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'Threatening or inciting violence' not covered by free speech - David Seymour
MP Shane Reti says authorities led the public to believe there weren’t enough vaccines available but it’s now emerged there were.
National accuses Health Minister of changing story over Northland vaccines
Minister of Children, Tracey Martin, made the announcement today after the incident last month.
Terms of reference released for review into Oranga Tamariki newborn uplift case
Health Minister concedes DHBs are under pressure - 'I want to put more money in'
The National MP said there should instead be “a focus on social housing”.
KiwiBuild 'a welfare scheme for property developers' - Judith Collins
The vaccination rate has stayed in the low 90 per cent, rather than hitting the targeted 95 per cent.
Anti-vaxxer movement contributing to New Zealand's immunisation target failure - Health Minister
He said whether the drug is legalised is a conscience issue, as the 2020 referendum looms.
'Prohibition doesn't work' - David Clark says he'll vote in favour of cannabis legalisation
Jacinda Ardern told TVNZ1’s Breakfast she thinks people want answers in a more immediate way.
Jacinda Ardern rules out royal commission of inquiry into Oranga Tamariki's practices
Flamingo co-founder Jacksen Love and Wellington City Councillor Sarah Free talk about the impact of putting so many scooters out on the street.
Hundreds of e-scooters set to hit Wellington streets today in a 'first' for the capital
A 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll has Ms Collins ahead of National leader Simon Bridges as preferred PM.
Judith Collins says National leadership 'not on offer' despite her polling higher than Bridges as preferred PM
Teacher reading book to primary school aged children
Latest pay offer 'gutting' for principals of small schools
"The sad reality is at the moment that we have too much of both,” Jacinda Ardern told media today while taking questions about uplifting and Oranga Tamariki.
Too many children in state care and too many being harmed, says PM - 'We want to end both'