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MPs have heard arguments for and against allowing competitive shooters to use outlawed semi-automatic firearms.
The opposition has been told not to lick its wounds for too long, so it can join the fight against the new government's policies affecting Māori.
The government has been warned to "be careful" with its policies affecting Māori at the National Iwi Chairs Forum (NICF) today.
The Minister for Māori-Crown Relations was told to stop making jokes about Seymour at the National Iwi Chairs Forum.
The ACT leader is the architect of the Treaty Principles Bill that proposes to rewrite the treaty principles before putting them to a public vote.
ACT leader David Seymour attacked the Clark, Key, and Ardern governments, but Labour MP Willie Jackson said he "doesn't know what he's talking about."
The Labour Party is condemning the coalition government's deployment of Defence Force troops to the Middle East.
The Finance Minister has carved out $7.47 billion of savings and extras, and says the government can still afford its promise.
The coalition government will have to make some tough calls on defence spending this term to help the force address staff shortages and ageing infrastructure.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has set his government's "number one" goal as "fixing the economy", but economists say that task could prove a steep hill to climb.
The freshly-passed Resource Management Act (RMA) reforms look set to be first on the chopping block as the new coalition government settles into power.
A protester with the Restore Passenger Rail group could get a compensation payout after being arrested for putting up posters.
A former National prime minister says the ACT party has "zero" chance of getting a referendum on the Treaty of Waitangi through government negotiations.
A woman whose brother was murdered in the Christchurch terror attacks says "the pursuit of truth" is not just the responsibility of the affected whānau.
FIANZ spokesperson Abdur Razzaq says now - during the coronial inquest - is not the time for politicking, after Winston Peters' false tweets about the mosque attacks.
However, National is promising to put a stop to the renewable energy reservoir in its first 100 days in office.
Muslim and Jewish communities say they feel vulnerable in New Zealand as the Israel-Gaza conflict escalates, and spy agencies reach out to some groups - but not others.
A Linton-based soldier accused of spying is applying for a stay of proceedings on the basis of delay.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has been spreading misleading climate information at public meetings.
Small crowds of mainly seniors have been gathering at public meetings in community halls to hear New Zealand First leader Winston Peters speak and ask him questions.
The race for East Coast electorate Ikaroa-Rāwhiti was flung wide open after Meka Whaitiri's shock defection to Te Pāti Māori. Audio
National leader Christopher Luxon says his party would put an end to gangs getting government contracts, if elected in October.
National has ruled out repealing the Zero Carbon Act, and poured cold water on ACT's proposal to redefine Treaty of Waitangi principles.