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Over the past week the White Ribbon Riders have driven across the country, in an effort to raise awareness about the country's crippling domestic violence record.
The government has released statistics showing uptake of its budgeted welfare package two days after it was criticised over inaction on child poverty reduction.
The Deputy Prime Minister's case against two top civil servants, two former ministers, and a ministry has wrapped at the Auckland High Court, with the judge is reserving his decision.
The State Services Commissioner has told the High Court claims he acted politically when he briefed his minister about Winston Peters' superannuation payment are "untrue and unfounded".
Support for Labour in the Indian community could be on shaky ground as backlash to the government's immigration policies continues.
The National Party is hammering Labour and the Greens over the bill despite it already passing its first reading after a last minute deal with the Green Party. Audio
The government is introducing a new counter-terrorism law as it prepares for the potential return of foreign fighters from Syria. Video
National leader Simon Bridges says the Police Minister's argument that the increase in gang numbers is being driven by criminals deported from Australia doesn't ring true - and this is a homegrown…
National says the government's "soft on crime" approach has led to nearly 1400 more people joining gangs since it took office.
National says the Speaker's ruling on political attack ads using edited parliamentary footage is an attack on democracy and a chilling attempt at censorship.
The End of Life Choice Bill has moved through another phase of its committee stage in Parliament and opponents' efforts to change the bill have again been voted down.
The government is allocating nearly $6 million to a campaign to stop Australian beekeepers marketing their products as "mānuka" honey.
A review into the Ministry for Culture and Heritage will look into the relationship between a staffer and the external developer responsible for a massive data breach.
Ministry for the Environment officials are still trying to determine how much contaminated recycling Indonesia is sending back to New Zealand.
The government has scrapped its long-standing target to build 100,000 homes over 10 years and will release properties it is struggling to sell on the open market.
The Greens have been accused of preferring people smoke "wacky-tobaccy" than have a beer - as they stood as the sole opposition to a bill allowing venues to stay open for the Rugby World Cup.
A group of students, including some Youth MPs, have been banned from Parliament for a year, after singing a waiata in the public gallery in support of the Ihumātao hīkoi. Video
Under the government's proposal, councils - particularly in the six high growth centres - will be given a clear direction to loosen their rules.
Tense discussions are under way as leaders meet for their annual Pacific Islands Forum retreat in Tuvalu.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is on her way to Tuvalu for the 50th Pacific Islands Forum, where climate change is expected to dominate discussions.
An investigation into several allegations of bullying and sexual assault by a Labour staffer is being reviewed, following complaints about the process.
The government says it's taking a big step in addressing the inequality of access to cancer care across the country. Audio
A dump of Cabinet papers and official advice has revealed how difficult it was to design the gun buy-back scheme with such limited time and information.
National is accusing the government of carrying out a crude power-grab over a bill setting out the mechanics for next year's cannabis referendum.
MPs have listened to impassioned pleas from both sides of the methane debate this morning, as the Environment Select Committee began hearing submissions on the Zero Carbon Bill.