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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.
A roading lobby group says it?s been told by an MP to keep quiet until after the vote.
The Government has announced plans to extend its ultra-fast and rural broadband rollout.
The battle is on for who will next represent Northland following Mike Sabin?s shock resignation.
The Opposition is adamant that questions needs to be answered about the shock departure.
The Electoral Commission has referred 26 complaints to the police about social media breaches.
Some MPs are questioning security at our Parliament in the wake of the Ottawa shooting.
The latest from the Labour Party?s caucus meeting at Parliament
David Parker is staying on as deputy leader while Labour examines their election failure.
Katie Bradford takes a look at the possible contenders for leadership of the Labour Party.
Political leaders are out and about in their last chance to garner support ahead of voting.
David Cunliffe spent the day with Peeni Henare in an effort to win back the Tamaki Makarau seat.
Opposition parties are still calling for the Conservation Minister to fall on his sword.
The two major parties are taking different approaches to a key election battle.
Ministerial inquiry to examine how MFAT handled the case of the Malaysian diplomat accused of sexual assault.
Big differences on whaling remain as Japanese PM visits New Zealand.
Labour promises to pay schools which stop asking for donations.
Opposition say plans to open up charter schools to pre-schoolers could pit babies against babies.
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