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The opposition is warning the repeal and replacement of its water services reforms will lead to rates rises across the country. Audio
Ministers are are being asked to make public any dealings with the industry by public health experts, who say there are similarities in their arguments on smokefree legislation.
Mental health experts are calling for a bipartisan effort to further increase protections for MPs and workers, after Green MP Golriz Ghahraman's resignation.
The Green Party co-leaders have broken their silence over shoplifting allegations made against their MP, Golriz Ghahraman, including confirming a second allegation was made.
There has been no consultation or guidance over planned changes to sex education, a teachers' union says.
The PM has returned from Sydney, using stronger language about defence cooperation with Australia.
The new Workplace Relations and Safety Minister has a busy two weeks ahead, with promises to axe Fair Pay Agreements and start work to reinstate 90-day trials before the summer break.
The District Court has formally received applications for judicial recounts in three knife-edge electorates - Nelson, Mt Albert, Tāmaki Makaurau.
Outgoing deputy Prime Minister Carmel Sepuloni will attend the leaders retreat as the National Party leader stays in New Zealand to try to form a government.
Councils want more certainty over what the change of government means for their water assets and books as they prepare for their next long-term plans.
Chlöe Swarbrick is confident she can be the first Green MP to hold a seat for a second term, but National's Mahesh Muralidhar and Labour's Oscar Sims have other plans. Audio
New law and order commitments from Labour have been met with a warm somewhat sceptical reaction from police and justice advocates.
National leader Christopher Luxon has accused Labour of treating businesses like children, while Chris Hipkins says ironically for a Labour leader, he's one of the "greater fiscal conservatives" of…
Analysis - Tax experts and economists believe National's tax plan is "optimistic" and are concerned it could harm New Zealand's international reputation.
The noisy and riotous Aro Valley debate has returned this election with no restrictions on numbers, but without one of its traditions.
National says its proposed tax on foreign buyers could be criticised by trading partners, but without legal merit - but Labour says their advice did not look at all treaties.
Te Pāti Māori has apologised to migrant and refugee communities for allowing what it described as "harmful narratives" on its website.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says he will apologise to the Climate Change Minister over cuts to climate spending announced without James Shaw being informed.
Two of the longest-serving members of the Green Party caucus farewelled Parliament on Thursday, delivering their valedictory statements.