Anna Whyte
The National MP confirmed he is contemplating creating his own party.
Alfred Ngaro rules out Botany deal, calls abortion a 'tragedy'
The review was conducted by Debbie Francis who spoke to media after it was released.
Bullying and harassment widespread in Parliament, report finds
The brakes were put on the operation a week ago after an oxygen leak was found.
Tomorrow's Pike River re-entry 'symbolic, intimate affair' for families Jacinda Ardern says
Simon Bridges says: “We do have to win Washington’s trust and attention”.
National Party want to implement New Zealand-United States free trade agreement
Carmel Sepuloni.
Urgent review ordered after Privacy Commissioner finds MSD misused powers while investigating benefit fraud
Government asks for public input on drug driving tests
National say they would support any bill that implements testing.
Family of south Taranaki crash victims join calls for roadside drug testing
The Associate Environment Minister said the Government will adopt all recycling recommendations in response to China’s ban.
New plan to improve the way Kiwis recycle announced by Government
National voted against the suspension but the Government had the numbers.
National MP Nick Smith suspended from the House for 'grossly disorderly conduct'
If legalisation is passed, only those who are 20 years or older can legally use cannabis products.
Details of 2020 cannabis referendum released, including proposed purchase age
Free mental health services for young adults rolled out across Wellington
Carmel Sepuloni.
Government scrapping benefit sanctions on sole parents who don't identify other parent, as part of welfare system shake-up
National's Paula Bennett and Labour's Willie Jackson locked in spat around 'racist taunt'
Indonesia is seeing a rapid increase in people taking up the sport, which not so long ago prompted questions like ‘why is the ball round?’
Rugby on the rise in Southeast Asia
Teachers at the school on the Indonesian island get children to answer the question ‘why are we using plastics?’
Inside Bali’s Green School: The future of education?
Mycotech is doing its part for the environment by creating sustainable “leather” fabric.
Turning mushrooms into 'leather' in start-up in rural Indonesia
Ross Bell says he’s worried heavy users could be at risk of being considered suppliers.
Concerns proposed threshold for synthetic cannabis supply risks turning heavy users into suppliers
1 News reporter on Bali’s Kuta beach finds washed up plastic junk is massive and worsening problem.
Fighting the plastic explosion on Bali's beaches
That’s according to a new report from community group Action Station.
Funding shortfall in services that help sexual violence victims 'causing further harm' - report
As the political finger pointing continues, the release of vital population information keeps getting delayed.
Government pledges $16 million to fix and prevent a repeat of Census 2018 bungle
The Duke of Cambridge wanted to visit New Zealand to spend time with the victims, Ms Ardern said.
Prince William praised New Zealand's 'compassion, love and empathy' in response to terrorist attack - PM
The Duke of Cambridge is visiting victims of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
Prince William visits Christchurch Hospital to meet with terrorist attack survivors
The Duke of Cambridge offered support and advice during his trip.
Police Commissioner says Prince Williams' visit to first responders 'significant' for their mental health
Dame Patsy Reddy spoke at the National Commemorative Service in Wellington.
Governor-General reflects on 'devastating terrorist attack against our Muslim community' during Anzac Day speech
Parliament overwhelmingly votes for tougher new gun laws in wake of Christchurch terrorist attacks
Ardern recounts visiting terrorist attack survivors who all had multiple gun shot wounds, during final gun law reading
'Larger black market' of semi-automatic guns will follow if proposed gun laws come into force, David Seymour suggests
The Prime Minister says the Government is “facing a range of competing needs”.
No more money says Ardern, as primary teachers reject latest offer
There has been pressure for the team to change their name after the Christchurch terrorist attack.
'Real leadership' shown from Crusaders as rugby team weighs up whether to change its name, Jacinda Ardern says
Parliament continues urgent moves to get the ban on semi-automatic weapons enacted into law.
MPs hear different views on gun law reform, as thousands of submissions are made