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1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll showing preferred Prime Minister, July 2019
Air NZ's Christopher Luxon makes appearance as preferred PM in 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll
Meanwhile Ardern tops the preferred PM stakes while Bridges and Collins both sit on 6 per cent.
National on top, NZ First drops in the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll
The Minister was grilled today by a parliamentary committee.
Shane Jones admits spending of $3b Provincial Growth Fund has been too slow
Jacinda Ardern denied Mr Bridges’ accusation, saying the National leader himself could have “enlightened” the public.
As new details emerge of Budget leak timeline, Simon Bridges accuses PM of 'fundamental mistruth'
We’ve got the latest poll results for preferred PM, party vote and economic outlook.
Jessica Mutch McKay analysis: What the latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll results mean
Preferred PM in the 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll for June.
Judith Collins passes Simon Bridges as preferred PM, as Winston Peters climbs up in the 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll
Political Editor Jessica Mutch McKay has latest from our 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll.
National back in front while Labour takes a dive in latest 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton Poll
Ms Ardern and Deputy PM Winston Peters shared a joke, looking relaxed ahead of the important discussions.
The winners and losers - 1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay's picks for Government's Cabinet reshuffle
Parliament's bullying and harassment report set to prompt major cultural change - 1 NEWS understands
The police have referred the renegade MP’s complaint to the Serious Fraud Office, following Mr Ross’ explosive revelations.
National coy about the idea of a Christian party lead by senior MP Alfred Ngaro
Jessica Mutch McKay: Covering terror attacks, 'adjusting to a new reality'
1 NEWS' political editor explains what it means for the Serious Fraud Office to investigate Mr Ross' complaint against National.
Jessica Mutch McKay: Serious Fraud Office investigation 'big development' in Ross saga
The Regional Development Minister said NZ First will support the Amendment Bill, however, the impact on business and other parties needed to be understood.
Government pushed ahead with Westland Milk loan despite Treasury advice
1 NEWS’ political editor takes a look at the big headline from the tax working group’s report.
Jessica Mutch McKay's analysis: Capital gains tax would 'have a big impact on mum and dad investors'
The Beehive, New Zealand's Parliament Building, against the Sun. Wellington, North Island, New Zealand, Oceania
Parliament's top select committee called off because National says 'disorganised' Labour didn't have the numbers
"These commemorations are a chance for us to reflect on how we have done in the past year," Ms Ardern says.
Jacinda Ardern's Waitangi visit a success, but next year is the year that counts says 1 NEWS political editor
The inquiry was launched after it emerged Mr Haumaha reportedly showed support for officers accused of assaulting Louise Nicholas.
Review ordered into two Government agencies' response to alleged bullying by Wally Haumaha
The PM met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to talk an upgrade to the 2008 Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.
Jacinda Ardern cancels planned trip to China next month
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the APEC meeting in Port Moresby.
Ardern arrives at APEC, Peters says China/US standoff makes NZ a key player in Pacific
The summit represents more than half the world’s population.
Jacinda Ardern meets with Myanmar's leader, voices concern on Rohingya situation
The PM will raise high steel and aluminium tariffs during the 90-minute face time.
Jacinda Ardern to sit with US Vice President Mike Pence at ASEAN gala dinner, to speak about high steel tarrifs
National Party support drops below Labour in latest 1 NEWS poll
1 NEWS political editor Jessica Mutch McKay spoke to Breakfast this morning about the explosive allegations and its threat to Mr Bridges’ leadership.
Jessica Mutch McKay opinion: Bizarre, baffling and brilliant
Mr Bridges said if the leaker is not a National MP or staffer, they may not be found.
Analysis: Plugging the leak an ongoing headache for Simon Bridges, says Jessica Mutch McKay
1 NEWS has learned the Ngāti Hine Forestry Trust will profit hugely from the tax payer investment, and critics argue it's not a good look.
Government's multi-billion dollar provincial growth fund will make big money for one of its benefactors
Labour Party Leader, now Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern, with her party's 2017 Campaign Manager Andrew Kirton in August 2017.
Labour Party General Secretary Andrew Kirton leaving to work for Air New Zealand
Richard Griffin is fronting the committee over the Broadcasting Minister’s meeting with RNZ staffer Carol Hirschfeld.
RNZ chair refuses to release 'inappropriate' voicemail left by Broadcasting Minister as meeting saga continues
He has launched a breach of privacy case after details of an accidental pension overpayment were leaked.
List of people facing legal action from Winston Peters over privacy issues could grow
The new track, announced by Racing Minister Winston Peters, will cost about $10mil.
Ardern says new $10m all-weather horse racing track will protect from 'significant' losses
The US and Europe dominated the headlines as their cities came under fire.
1 NEWS looks back at the terror attacks which shocked the world in 2017