The Labour and Green parties will be putting up a united front this morning as they seek to reassure the voting public o
Changes to employment law are afoot as a National Party Member's Bill amending personal grievance provisions, has made i
UPDATED 8.11am The Prime Minister's being called on to hold a formal inquiry into the SAS and its actions in Afghanistan
A new bid to help student loan holders into their first homes will be debated by parliament later this week.
MPs will d
A little over three years ago the then Prime Minister, John Key, made an off the cuff comment at one of his weekly post-
Legislation reforming the laws that New Zealand's spy agencies operate under is a step closer to making its way into the
UPDATED 1.37pm National, Labour, and New Zealand First have been the winners in Parliament's latest Members' Bill ballot
The Government is standing by a $5.5 million funding package to support two major golf tournaments.
$2.7 million is bei
Opposition is steadily mounting to the government's policy announcement that it will increasing the eligibility age for
Prime Minister Bill English expects new legislation governing New Zealand's spy agencies will pass smoothly through parl
Plans are afoot to increase jail sentences for those who use explosives in criminal acts.
Parliament will debate Nation
If ever there is a time that most politicians like to avoid a meaningful conversation on superannuation policy, it's an
Labour MPs, election candidates, and staff are under orders to clean up their social media profiles.
It has emerged officials looked at more than just two or three alternatives when it came to South Island roading options
UPDATED 2.13PM: The SIS, New Zealand's internal security agency, played a part in blocking a man with terrorism-related
The resumption of trade ties with Iran appears closer following the signing of a new deal with the Iranian government.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern could be just days away from achieving one of her political goals.
She'll find out on Saturday
The Prime Minister is not comfortable with allowing Green MPs to be part of the Intelligence and Security Committee.
The Labour Party is saying the numbers aren't looking good for the country's schools.
MP Chris Hipkins has raised conce
The next step in iwi battles against the Government's Kermadec Marine Sanctuary proposal is set to hit the courts today.
UPDATED 3.03pm: New Zealand First has thrown its support behind a petition calling for tougher restrictions on tourist d
Greg O'Connor is prepared to change his stance on arming police - to fit with Labour party policy.
The former head of t
It's a bitter pill to swallow when a loved one is killed in a road crash. It's even more tragic when their lives are tak
US billionaire Peter Thiel is under fire for the way he got his Kiwi citizenship.
Newly released papers reveal a specia