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After a final rowdy debate parliament has passed the government's new workplace health and safety laws.
The young MP has proved minor players can make an impact with his Rugby World cup bar hours bill and input on paid parental leave.
I personally think it would be a mistake for the Govt to veto Sue Moroney’s bill to extend paid parental leave.
US Vice President Joe Biden has received Obama's "blessing" for a 2016 bid for the White House, CNN reports.
The last two stages of ACT leader David Seymour’s bill will be rushed through Parliament tonight.
United Future leader Peter Dunne is refusing to say which way he'll vote on the Bill.
The final stages of David Seymour's bill that will allow bars to open during Rugby World Cup games will be debated today.
The drop sees the average Kiwi paying less in the short term for consumer items such as petrol, and food.
Locals councils to decide whether shops can open on Easter Sunday.
Just two months ago MBIE was under fire for putting up a sign outside its new premises that cost $67,000.
Michael Woodhouse still decided to exclude most agriculture from rules facing high risk sectors.
Of the 90 homes checked, only 35 were fully compliant.
TPP protesters have gone to new lengths in their demand for transparency on the trade deal.
The President checked out an ancient shipwreck with the Russian Geographic Society.
Most Facebook reaction backs either a total ban or allowing only professional public displays.
Labour has accused the Government of looking at back-door efforts to sell off billions of dollars in state assets.
The personal data of those who signed up to the adultery website was reportedly released in the dark net today.
Dr Bullen this morning renewed his calls for banning fireworks in both urban and rural areas.
The families were expecting debate on proposed changes to safety laws today.
Over 10,000 signed a petition demanding an investigation into the deal.
Opponents of the Health and Safety Reform Bill say it has been watered down.
Canadians account for 22 percent of foreign investment with China coming in second.
Mr Key says it's important to have quality staff because "we make some pretty serious decisions".
The Prime Minister has tried to calm opponents' fears about several aspects of the TPPA.
The Republican presidential front runner gave kids free rides in his helicopter.
Peter Hartcher says after a joint Cabinet meeting, the NZ leadership predicted "it will all end in tears" for Tony Abbott.
Extra police were called to stop the protesters going up Parliament's steps.
Two graphic designers have put our 10,292 designs to the test, a blistering southerly wind test.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern was voted by over 100 top business people as Labour’s second most impressive MP.
Bill English says the Government is not in line to recover anything from the sale of Solid Energy's assets.
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Corrections have taken back the running of Mt Eden Prison after the issues around Serco surfaced late month.
Norwegian company Statoil has a permit to drill for 15-years in the Northland Basin.
A South Auckland woman saw her home sold for $600,000 after she failed to pay her rates for nine years.
The prison officers say their bosses are monitoring what they say to investigators.
NSW captain denies swearing at a 10-year-old fan and throwing a magazine in his face.
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