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New Zealand First MP Clayton Mitchell is demanding an apology from security guards who booted him out of a Tauranga bar on Saturday night, describing them as politically-motivated "buffoons".
New Zealand First's youth wing is at odds with leader Winston Peters over pill-testing at festivals and is working to overturn the party's position.
A former New Zealand First president says the anonymous leaks of sensitive party documents must be coming from someone who holds or held a high position in the organisation.
Thousands of migrants have been dealt a crushing blow with new stringent rules dashing their hopes of bringing parents from overseas to live in New Zealand.
The government is pressing ahead with changes designed to drive down power prices, including a ban on companies offering last-minute deals to dissuade people from going elsewhere.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will make her second appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert today to announce the comedian will visit New Zealand in October.
Watch: Jacinda Ardern has delivered a rebuke over calls for nationalism and implored world leaders to work together, in a speech starkly different from that delivered earlier by Donald Trump. Video
US President Donald Trump has used his United Nations address to fire a searing broadside at social media giants, accusing them of using their "immense power" to limit free speech.
Major tech companies have grouped together to form an independent organisation specifically focused on stopping terrorists from exploiting their websites. Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has told world leaders at the UN Climate Action Summit that New Zealand is "determined" to be the most sustainable food producer in the world. Audio
Reporters have been denied any access to the prime minister's meeting with US President Donald Trump tomorrow, but Jacinda Ardern says it wasn't her decision.
Jacinda Ardern has a busy agenda for her second trip to the annual leaders' week, not least a high-profile sit-down with US President Donald Trump.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is making no apology for her focus on the Christchurch Call at the United Nations next week and points to Facebook's recent action as a sign of early success.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has acknowledged the Labour sexual assault scandal risks hurting New Zealand's reputation on the world stage as she heads abroad.
The Prime Minister will sit down with US President Donald Trump for an official bilateral while she is in New York next week.
One of the people who investigated complaints about a Labour staffer has hired a forensic computer expert to prove he was never told about sexual assault allegations.
Politicians have been criticised for their "cowardice" in persisting with a "racist" refugee policy, as the government repeatedly points to a review underway to excuse the lack of action.
One of the people who first brought Labour's assault complaints scandal to light says the party has a long way to go before it's clear it has learnt from its mistakes.
The party disagrees with the Advertising Standards Authority's position that its ad attacking Labour's Car Tax was likely to "confuse or deceive" the public.
Voluntary euthanasia proponent David Seymour has accused one of his Parliamentary foes of dragging her heels when counting votes, but MP Maggie Barry says that's a "ludicrous" suggestion.
Some of the people who've complained about a Labour Party staffer have accused the party's president of not "telling the truth" and say he has let them down.
Cancer patients and treatment advocates have warned the government's new plan does not go far enough and Pharmac's funding boost is just a drop in the ocean.
Treasury officials have rubbished the government's "feebate" scheme, warning it will have an infinitesimal effect on carbon emissions over two decades.
New Zealand's spy bosses are warning they know of troubling foreign donations and "relationship-building" right across the political spectrum at both local and central government. Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has signalled the head of the Ministry of Culture and Heritage will keep her job despite a serious privacy breach.