The high-ranking National MP announced her upcoming departure yesterday.
'Why the hell are you leaving?' - Breakfast host John Campbell questions Amy Adams' retirement
The Government says fines will be used but it hopes public education campaigns will alter people's behaviour.
Bill banning smoking in cars 'awful' and needs work - National
The National leader talks about the Air NZ CEO on TVNZ1’s Breakfast.
Amid MP resignations, Simon Bridges vows to bring on 'fresh, massive talent'
The petition is asking the Government to change 2008 regulations.
Nearly 6000 signature strong petition urging Government to allow outdoor 'bush kindies' presented to Parliament
National's leader says Jacinda Ardern should be moving on some ministers on Thursday but doesn't have talented people to replace them.
Paul Goldsmith becomes National's new Finance spokesperson as Amy Adams stands down
However, the National leader refused to say who called who.
Bridges remains tight lipped on talk with Luxon as outgoing Air NZ boss considers political career
"You're Deputy PM, you're Foreign Minister... how are you handling the rigour of all of those roles?" he was asked.
'We'll be up in your face in 2020' - Winston Peters confident in balancing Government roles
The senior National politician said being an MP was “the most incredible privilege, but it's a hard job and it takes a lot out of you”.
National's Amy Adams tears up as she reflects on decision to quit politics at next election
Dr Caralee McLiesh
New South Wales economist to take over as NZ's next Secretary to the Treasury
"Allegations are one thing, but evidence is something else," Mr Peters told TVNZ1's Q+A last night.
'Allegations are one thing' - Winston Peters urges caution over blame for oil tanker attacks
Reporter Whena Owen looks at the impact the restrictive laws in the US have had in NZ.
US abortion debate has impact on New Zealand as law change mulled
Jacinda Ardern joined TVNZ1’s Breakfast to discuss New Zealand’s housing market.
Jacinda Ardern laughs at offer from Judith Collins to help address housing crisis
Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff spoke about the need for fair pay in NZ.
'We've just been left behind' - Union argues need for fair pay agreements in NZ
The Foreign Affairs Minister said, “We’ll see where we finally settle”, when asked if the family link policy would be dropped.
Winston Peters argues NZ's Africa and Middle East refugee policy 'can hardly be racist'
Our Foreign Minister says he texted Mr Johnson when he quit as foreign secretary last year, saying it would just be the beginning.
'A man for the times' - Winston Peters sings Boris Johnson's praises, picks him for UK PM
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New campaign calling on Government to provide sanitary products in schools to combat period poverty
The Prime Minister announced a Cabinet reshuffle this week.
Question mark hangs over Phil Twyford's Housing portfolio
Venables, aged 10, and another boy killed two-year-old James Bulger in Liverpool, England, in 1993.
'Don’t bother applying' – PM's message to Jon Venables, killer of two-year-old James Bulger
The Deputy PM says Sir John has a massive conflict of interest.
'A massive conflict of interest' - Winston Peters says ANZ chair Sir John Key should resign
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Government moves to bring in banking deposit safety scheme, amid suggestions NZ could be vulnerable in a crisis
Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero and Canadian physician Dr Stefanie Green joined Breakfast to discuss the bill.
Disability sector 'overwhelmingly opposed' to euthanasia bill, commissioner says
Judith Collins told Breakfast Labour need to pull the plug and start over.
As KiwiBuild summit begins, National's Judith Collins calls for Govt to pull the plug on 'failure'
The move comes just days ahead of parliament’s second debate and vote on the End of Life Choice Bill.
Doctors oppose Euthanasia Bill: 'We didn't train to end someone's life'
The government says improving the services could even save lives.
NZ Government joins Australia in multi-million-dollar funding for improved form of GPS
Māori Council calls for Royal Commission of Inquiry over Pharmac model
Westpac rescue helicopter launching
'This will save lives' - Government announce $2 million investment into GPS technology
Landlords have had three years to have their properties insulated to the new standard.
Around 150,000 rental homes won't be insulated by deadline, officials believe
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern shows off cake-baking skills for daughter Neve's first birthday
The National Party says it has nothing to do with a large advertisement in this morning's newspapers
Electoral Commission to look into ads promoting Christopher Luxon in National, party claims 'nothing to do with us'
A file image of a courtroom.
Politicians warned to scale back 'unhelpful and unfair' criticism of judges