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The former National MP is facing a workplace investigation after complaints which have seen three of the four staff in his Botany office placed on special leave.
National MPs have been schooling up on the campaign tricks that helped Australia Prime Minister Scott Morrison to victory in last year's "unwinnable" election.
National Party leader Simon Bridges has ruled out working with New Zealand First in any potential government after this year's election.
The evacuation of New Zealanders from Wuhan may be just days away with Foreign Minister Winston Peters saying a charter plane is "almost wheels-up" pending final sign-off.
The Serious Fraud Office is pursuing criminal charges over an alleged $100,000 donation to National, but not against the party or leader Simon Bridges.
The Serious Fraud Office has signalled an announcement is imminent over its inquiry into National's handling of an alleged $100,000 donation.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has defended the decision to keep New Zealand troops in Iraq, saying New Zealand won't be "cutting and running" in the face of heightening conflict.
In another leadership change for the country's largest iwi Ngāpuhi, rūnanga chief executive Lorraine Toki has resigned.
Tauranga's leaky courthouse is to be replaced with a new $100 million facility designed to be "more humane" and "family-friendly" and could see judges dropped down from their raised platforms.
Winston Peters is bemoaning how long a decision on Northport is taking, saying if you're faced with inevitability, you should act. But Cabinet ministers have put off making a call until next year.
National is asking its supporters whether District Health Board elections should be scrapped in favour of an appointment process.
Cabinet minister Kris Faafoi has apologised to the Prime Minister for his messages to Jason Kerrison regarding an immigration case, but will not lose his job.
New Zealand First has spoken out in opposition to a planned hike in tobacco tax, invoking the "Agree to Disagree" provision in its Coalition agreement for the first time.
National is proposing an elite police squad be set up - modelled on Australia's "Strike Force Raptor" unit - to target and harass gangs with the goal of eliminating them.
A medical student overseas placement rort appears to have been going on for years, even decades, with several GPs telling RNZ they believe authorities have been turning a blind eye.
Nearly 90 percent of eligible schools have agreed to stop asking parents for donations in exchange for receiving $150 per student every year from the government.
Landlords say they feel under siege with the government planning to make it tougher for them to boot out troublesome tenants. Audio
A review into Corrections' mail system identified multiple "deficiencies" and has recommended the department be given more powers to read, copy, and store letters coming in and out of prison.
The National Party has suggested scrapping the fees-free policy and replacing it with a scheme like KiwiSaver to pay for tertiary education. Audio
The manager who investigated whether ministry staff had leaked details of Winston Peters' pension overpayment has accepted a determined person could have covered their footprints.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters' attack on top civil servants is "scandalous and improper" and the allegations should never have been made, a court has heard.
Former National minister Anne Tolley has admitted telling her sister about Winston Peters' pension overpayment while she was "tired" and "cross" in a conversation she regretted.
A Ministry of Social Development manager has been called by the Crown to give evidence as part of Winston Peters legal action claiming a breach of his privacy in Auckland's High Court.
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters has accused some of those defending his High Court action of "covering their butts" and others of suffering a "memory lapse".
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters says the leak about his pension overpayment continues to hurt his reputation with many people still wrongly believing he was involved in a "shady deal".