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The country's spy agency, the GCSB, says three requests for information and offers of assistance were made by Five Eyes countries in the wake of the so-called hack of Treasury.
Power Play - The government has finally fronted up with a timeline dismissing some of the cries of "dirty politics" - but several questions remain about the Budget data breach, writes Jo Moir.
The National Party is on board with the government pulling Kiwi troops out of Iraq next year - on the condition Australia and the United States also withdraw. Audio
The National Party is calling for a broader investigation into whether the government's most senior ministers have orchestrated a smear campaign against the opposition.
The finance minister remains under pressure over whether he acted quickly enough to correct allegations of hacking against the opposition.
Power Play: The pressure is mounting on Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf and whether or not it's tenable for him to remain in the role while he's subject to a SSC investigation.
Deadbeat Dads are the only ones getting a tax cut this year, according to the National Party.
Analysis: Grant Robertson promised a new approach in the Budget - to stop focusing solely on economic growth as a measure of success - but National say the Finance Minister botched the job.
Simon Bridges is accusing Grant Robertson of falsely smearing his party over the leaking of Budget information that Treasury has now referred to the police.
Today marks the deadline for the release of the first batch of ministerial diaries. But some, even within the government's own ranks, are sceptical that it will achieve anything.
New Zealand and global investors worth more than $NZ5 trillion are uniting to put pressure on companies who have signed up to the Christchurch Call.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has addressed tech company leaders at the Christchurch Call in Paris asking them to act on the way their platforms "funnel people" toward extremist content online.
The Prime Minister is not ruling out a last-minute appearance by a representative of US President Donald Trump's administration at the Christchurch Call summit in Paris.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will land in Paris tonight New Zealand time where she is set to host the Christchurch Call summit alongside the French president.
Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump will be among notable absences from a summit on social media being used for terrorism.
The government has formed a consensus on what form next year's cannabis referendum will take, and plans to announce it tomorrow.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has reined in two of her Ministers for getting personal about Paula Bennett's Māori heritage.
Labour Māori caucus co-chair Willie Jackson says talk of a racist attack on National deputy leader Paula Bennett is 'nonsense' and apologised if his comments in Parliament caused offence. Audio
Police Minister Stuart Nash is being accused of playing with semantics for not disclosing an investigation that had been launched into the leak of a police watchlist.
Winston Peters says NZ First voters will be happy with the deal he's struck with the Green Party over the Zero Carbon Bill.
Police have launched an investigation into how the names of people on a watchlist drawn up after the Christchurch terror attack were leaked to the media.
National is calling the u-turn on a capital gains tax a massive failure for the PM, but Jacinda Ardern says she's delivering what the public asked for, in accepting that New Zealanders didn't support…
Power Play: Labour and the Greens have eaten a big dead rat in losing the campaigned-on capital gains tax, while Winston Peters reminded everyone of the potency of coalition government, Jo Moir writes…
Technology company Fuji Xerox NZ has been reinstated as a government contractor after being suspended for more than a year over allegations of accounting irregularities.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters won't say whether the government was asked to pay a ransom for kidnapped nurse Louisa Akavi but says paying any ransom is a "very dangerous strategy''. Audio