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The new National Party Leader Todd Muller has been criticised this week for putting only white faces on his re-jigged front bench.
The highest ranked Māori MP in his caucus is former Deputy leader… Audio
The Opposition has become embroiled in debate about its new look under new leadership - a startlingly white line-up on the party's front bench.
This week's reshuffle resulted in no Maori MPs in the… Audio
Tens of thousands in donors' funds given to the New Zealand First Foundation were spent paying expenses, wages and bills for people closely associated with the New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.
A founder of the Māori Party, Dame Tariana Turia says it looks as if National has given up trying to attract Māori voters.
The new Opposition Leader Todd Muller is under fire for putting only white… Audio
There are fears Aurora Energy's $400 million upgrade to its power network in Otago will disproportionately affect those least able to afford it.
Under the Dunedin City Council-owned company's… Audio
More violence is expected in Hong Kong today, with a number of unions saying they will take to the streets to protest against a controversial new national security law.
Protests occurred over the… Audio
Fiji's main opposition party has been suspended from parliament as a bitter feud within Sodelpa threatens to blow it apart. Audio
The Government will have to make up for time lost due to Covid-19 as it works on legislation this week Audio
The new leadership of the National Party found themselves in an embarrassing tangle over Māori representation at their first caucus today - before they'd even walked into the room.
Todd Muller and… Audio
Dr DEBORAH RUSSELL to the Minister of Finance: What reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy since Budget 2020?
TODD MULLER to the Prime Minister: What is the Treasury’s most recent estimate…
'After the Virus' , a 6-part podcast and video series exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic will change the world in the long-term. Audio
New Zealand visa holders stranded overseas since the border was closed are clammering for news on their fate.
RNZ's Gill Bonnett speaks to Māni Dunlop. Audio
Best selling American author Curtis Sittenfeld's latest novel has a simple but fascinating premise: What if Hillary Clinton hadn't married Bill? Audio
As pandemic restrictions have loosened in the US, people have flocked to the malls and beaches, while the President played golf during the Memorial Day weekend, as fears grow about a second wave of… Audio
ACT's David Seymour isn't expecting the new National leader to make a public declaration supporting his hold on the Epsom seat.
Over consecutive elections National's candidates have avoided actively… Audio
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revised her remarks on a trans-Tasman bubble with Australia.
Yesterday she told Morning Report restrictions on movement between Australia's states would need to be… Audio
Senior National MP Amy Adams says she decided to delay her retirement from politics after she was approached by the party's new leader Todd Muller.
Last year the Selwyn MP revealed her plan to walk… Audio
For 12 weeks from the eighth of June, the government will pay up to $490 a week to people who lose their job due to Covid-19, and it estimates around 230,000 people could apply.
The maximum amount… Audio
The Greens have accused Labour of breaking a core promise to overhaul the welfare system - a commitment made in the two parties' written agreement to form a government.
The gripe comes after a chorus… Audio
It will be party time this Friday with people allowed to get together in groups of up to 100 for the first time in months.
The new Covid-19 rule will come into effect at midday and it's being met… Audio