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The government is considering advice about whether to expel Russia's ambassador, the prime minister says, softening his previous position.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has continued with National's approach in calling for "steps towards" a ceasefire, saying that must be in place before a ceasefire can begin.
Public Service Minister Nicola Willis is softening her comments to RNZ suggesting the government would prevent bonuses being negotiated for te reo Māori proficiency.
New Zealand First is asking new Speaker Gerry Brownlee to lay down the letter of the law, after Te Pāti Māori varied the ways they swore in at Parliament.
As expected, National's Gerry Brownlee has been elected Speaker of the House, Parliament's referee and landlord.
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says the government plans to work for Māori and non-Māori alike, and protests are "unfair" for a government that's only been in power a week.
Public health academic Michael Baker says the new government's approach to World Health Organisation regulations is "incoherent".
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has set his government's "number one" goal as "fixing the economy", but economists say that task could prove a steep hill to climb.
Three parties, two coalition deals, one government: details from the negotiations revealed on Friday set out the process for dispute resolution, in case disagreements should arise.
National's foreign buyers tax will not go ahead, NZ First has secured a $1.2 billion regional infrastructure fund, and the new government will support a Treaty Principles bill to Select Committee.
副总理将由Winston Peters和David Seymour各出任18个月；内阁部长总计20人，国家党14人、行动党、优先党各3人。
Winston Peters will be deputy prime minister for the first half of the parliamentary term, with David Seymour taking over for the remainder, as the new government reveals its ministerial lineup.
Here are the important dates to be aware of as the three-party coalition government comes together.
National's leader Christopher Luxon says it's hoped the new government can be formally sworn in on Monday, with Parliament resuming from 5 December.
Advance voting in the Port Waikato by-election is tracking well ahead of the 2022 Hamilton West contest.
National leader Christopher Luxon has defended his negotiating credentials as meetings to form a government with ACT and NZ First continue in Auckland.
National's leader Christopher Luxon says negotiations to form a government are in the final stages.
The first meeting between the leaders of all three parties negotiating to form a government has taken place, with Seymour calling it "congenial and promising".
Top Labour MP Willie Jackson says he does not want any disruption, but Māori have told him they will do whatever must be done to stop a referendum on the Treaty of Waitangi.