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A tough approach such as boot camps is ineffective and risks fuelling gang membership, the prime minister's chief science advisor says in a new report. Audio
The government's planned congestion charging scheme has stalled, with the National Party opposed to it and the new transport minister non-committal on next steps.
The European Council has given the deal the green light, paving the way for it to be signed - likely during the Prime Minister's visit to Europe next month.
The battle over the Māori seats is heating up, with two Labour MPs opting for an electorate or nothing approach.
The Human Rights Commission has rubbished outgoing Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon's claim he declared his conflict of interest. Audio
Michael Woodhouse has apologised for calling Jan Tinetti a "good girl" during her Privileges Committee hearing.
The former prime minister was "incredibly humbled" to be appointed a Dame Grand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
Labour leader Chris Hipkins has used his first major speech to his party to promise to keep an existing apprenticeship scheme in place.
Deputy Prime Minister Carmel Sepuloni says a re-elected Labour government led by Chris Hipkins would not raise the pension age from 65.
Power Play - Prime Minister Chris Hipkins will be travelling back to New Zealand feeling grateful for sausage rolls.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has met with his British counterpart, Rishi Sunak, at Number 10 Downing Street.
The PM Chris Hipkins said the Free Trade Agreement with the UK was coming into effect faster than it could have and it is being welcomed by business leaders. Audio
Dozens of royal family mega-fans have set up camp near Buckingham Palace - braving the chilly London nights to catch a glimpse of King Charles on Coronation day.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has described his meeting with King Charles at Buckingham Palace overnight as "quite an amazing moment."
An email sent to party members, seen by RNZ, proposes voting is delayed until the inquiry into Green MP Elizabeth Kerekere's conduct is complete and the findings are released.
The government wants to get cross-party support for its planned congestion charging scheme before introducing a law to enable it.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has been invited to attend this year's NATO Leaders' Summit, as the military alliance looks to increase its engagement in the Pacific region.
The inquiry will have until the end of March next year to complete its investigation.
As Nanaia Mahuta heads to Europe to represent New Zealand at a key NATO meeting, experts say our relationship to the alliance is only getting stronger.
The head of one of New Zealand's spy agencies has revealed it helped prevent three recent possible domestic terror attacks
A coalition of rainbow community groups are taking Immigration Minister Michael Wood to court over a decision to allow a controversial anti-transgender activist into the country.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has hinted his predecessor, Jacinda Ardern, could continue her work on the Christchurch Call when she leaves politics next month. Audio
The proposal is included in a taxation bill, and would require digital platforms that offer accommodation, food delivery and ride-sharing to charge GST on all bookings.
The price of some food at Parliament has surged after ministers rejected a one-off request for more than $3.5 million to help cover costs.