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Most government ministers do four or more different jobs, so Phil Smith asks Chris Hipkins for advice on juggling, sprinting and wearing multiple hats. Audio
Foreign Affairs Minister Nanaia Mahuta has spoken about carrying out international relations in the Covid-19 pandemic world that has shut off most diplomatic visits and in-person meetings.
The National Party is back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons, with revelations former leader Todd Muller was pressured to retire after being dobbed in for anonymously criticising a… Audio
It is time to ditch the 'one-size-fits-all' managed isolation and quarantine for people who are fully vaccinated, Professor of Medicine Des Gorman says.
Several businesses have told Checkpoint they… Audio
A delayed report into Oranga Tamariki that has not yet been delivered to the Minister already has a vote of no confidence from one leading advocate.
Aaron Smale says revelations of alleged abuse at… Video, Audio
Analysis - The government's management of the pandemic is under scrutiny; the prime minister is criticised over the proposed hate speech laws and a former National minister berates his own party.
The government offered to pay millions of dollars to Rio Tinto just months after promising in the election campaign it would not give a direct subsidy.
Labour's spending up big on the military, but not everyone's happy about that, writes Bryce Edwards.
The government has set out the dates for the new Matariki public holiday for the next 30 years.
It's Friday so we cross the ditch to Canberra to talk to our correspondent Kerry-Anne Walsh. Audio
The Chief Financial Officer of the Trump Organisation, Allan Weisselberg, has appeared in court in handcuffs and pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud and grand larceny.
He surrendered to New York… Audio
John Key says China's human rights issues shouldn't hinder a close economic relationship, as he reveals the country's president sends him Christmas cards.
Many political leaders in the West see China's President Xi Jinping as a dangerous dictator who has scrapped term limits allowing him to rule the world's most populous country for life.
But former… Audio
The Chinese Government has a propaganda super ministry. But how much influence does it have in New Zealand? And is development money from the CCP an opportunity or economic 'invasion'? Audio
There's trouble brewing for the new Three Waters plan before the ink's barely dry, with a number of Councils already voicing their reservations.
The Government's proposing to merge dozens of… Audio
Freedom campers will face harder crackdowns if a members' bill drawn from the ballot makes its way into law. The National Party's Freedom Camping (Infringement Offences and Other Matters) Amendment… Audio
Minister of Māori Development Willie Jackson will be working with representatives of the National Iwi Chairs Forum and engaging with a group of independent legal experts.
Questions on hate speech, assault of children in state care, and reform of water services management have been asked of Ministers at Parliament. Audio
There is towering opposition to apartment buildings popping up in central Auckland suburbs.
Auckland councillors have been locked in talks today about a proposed approach to housing intensification.
To be announced. Audio
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