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One political player made headlines this week calling in to talk radio posing as someone else - while MP Paula Bennett was handed the mic on a talk radio network for the week. Audio
Six more MPs have given farewell speeches at Parliament, reflecting on their years in the job. The House captured some moments from those speeches. Audio
The former deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett has given her parting speech to Parliament, sharing heartfelt anecdotes, all while showing her sense of humour.
Ms Bennett was one of three MPs who have… Audio
The National MP, and former deputy prime minister, Paula Bennett, has announced her immediate retirement from politics.
She has been in Parliament since 2005, and held a range of Ministerial… Audio
The promise not to get political over Covid-19 has gone out the window, with tempers running high in Parliament on Tuesday afternoon.
The Prime Minister was forced to defend a controversial memo her… Audio
National's deputy leader Paula Bennett says her name has been cleared by the courts after - what she calls - a fishing expedition by Winston Peters for his own political purposes.
Peters - the deputy… Audio
The Opposition doubts the public will be ready for an election in September.
It's increasingly likely some parts of the country will still be living under varying kinds of lockdown when September 19… Audio
Winston Peters has a track record of using music as a diversion.
Yesterday as he ducked and dived media questions over a Serious Fraud Office investigation, he once again resorted to a musical… Audio
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters has backtracked on claims his New Zealand First party was responsible for taking photos showing former party president Lester Gray with RNZ journalist Guyon… Audio
The first week of question time is done for 2020 and featured topics including coronavirus, Ihumatao, and gangs. Audio
National Party leader Simon Bridges has made a high-stakes opening gambit in election year, attempting to knee-cap New Zealand First by ruling it out of any post-election deals.
But could the move… Audio
It's expected social media posts will be a significant part of election campaigning this year.
Facebook ads will be a significant part of that.
Following the controversy around the last US election… Audio
The National Party suspects dirty politics are at play after laptops were stolen from its headquarters, but a business next door was victim to the exact same crime a couple of months ago.
An employee… Audio
The National Party suspects dirty politics are at play after three laptops were stolen from its Auckland headquarters, but a business next door was victim to the same crime a couple of months ago.
The end of the year is often a time of reflection and Parliament does this too by assessing the performance of Government funded entities and acknowledging the Whakaari/White Island eruption Video, Audio
The haze surrounding the cannabis referendum is starting to lift - with more details revealing what a yes vote next year would mean.
The Government's released a draft bill setting out the rules which… Audio
On Wednesdays at Parliament MPs argue about general topics in the aptly named General Debate. This week turned into a bit of a tit-for-tat. Audio
Christopher Luxon has been selected as the National Party's candidate for the Botany electorate.
Mr Luxon put forward his name forward less than a month ago, after six years as Air New Zealand's… Audio
Most of the time MPs debate about the future but last week they looked back at the first women to enter Parliament and the Crown's invasion of Parihaka Audio
Question Time is Parliament is the loudest free show in town. And it can be quite the spectacle. We caught the action of one typical Question Time on camera.