MPs either issued messages of support for Mr Bridges as leader, or diverted attention back at the Government.
Tony Karaman, 54, was last seen at Westgate Shopping Centre on February 7.
The announcement ripped open a long-simmering rift between socialists and centrists in the party, which sees itself as the representative of Britain's working class.
The young Kiwi driver says he knows there's pressure to perform in the junior F1 programme, but he's ready.
Despite IKEA opening its first store in New Zealand the company left off the country on its world map.
Rodney Jones told Q+A China's domestic issues mean its leaders spend less time with foreign visitors.
The Chinese company has been barred from involvement in the development of NZ's 5G network.