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The last two stages of ACT leader David Seymour’s bill will be rushed through Parliament tonight.
The veteran MP has held the seat for over 30 years and surprised many with his announcement.
ACT Leader David Seymour's bill seeks to allow bars to be open for all Rugby World Cup games.
Michael Woodhouse still decided to exclude most agriculture from rules facing high risk sectors.
Labour has accused the Government of looking at back-door efforts to sell off billions of dollars in state assets.
Criteria looked at fatality rates, injury data, catastrophic risk and the risk posed from asbestos.
The families were expecting debate on proposed changes to safety laws today.
Canadians account for 22 percent of foreign investment with China coming in second.
The Government is tightening up new Charter School funding and how issues that arise are dealt with.
The Attorney-General says the register breaches the Bill of Rights and creates the possibility of Double Jeopardy.
The Govt will push through licensing law changes for the RWC, though they may be restricted.
The Green Party have shot down a bill to extend drinking hours at bars.
The New Zealand prime minister visited the island nation to celebrate 50 years of self-governance but no-one was talking about the United Nations.
The National Party’s 79th annual conference has kicked off in Auckland.
The government’s set to keep feeling the pressure after its management takeover.
Katie Bradford reports on how the government has responded to the Serco prison incident saga.
The company which runs Mt Eden Prison have fronted up at Parliament today to face the corrections minister.
MPs are urgently debating the "fight clubs" at some New Zealand prisons.
Maggie Barry says kereru served to politicians was not meant for human consumption.
It's claimed senior Cabinet ministers were served a meal of the protected bird on a marae two years ago.
Turbulent economic times are making One News Colmar Brunton voters nervous.
The dairy giant has announced hundreds of job losses.
Katie Bradford analyses Labour's controversial strategy.
The justice minister’s office tried to downplay the intent she signalled to introduce new measures as part of health and safety reforms.
The Former Conservative Party leader apologised to his wife but would not go into further detail on his involvement with a media advisor.
The landslide which trapped a Cantabrian digger driver has sparked debate in Parliament over safety practices.
A relationship breakdown has resulted in the country’s largest counselling service shutting down.
This year’s $600m deficit, brought on by under-strength tax revenue and low inflation, is still better than last year’s $6b deficit.
Workplace Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse says controversial zero hours contracts could soon be made illegal.
A jump in redundancy payouts has some asking if the Ministry is being run into the ground.
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