Political poll shows Labour down, National up

TVNZ's latest Colmar Brunton poll has Labour on 47 per cent, National on 33 per cent - with Labour unable to govern alone. The Green party is on... Read More

Muller opens up about panic attacks days into job

Former National Party leader Todd Muller says he began to suffer panic attacks just a few days into the job, after ousting Simon Bridges. The Bay... Read More

Head to head - Waiariki debate opens up

Audience number restrictions have been eased meaning more people can attend an upcoming Waiariki electorate debate in Whakatane. Te Puna Ora o Mataatua... Read More

National vows to revive rescue helicopter service

The National Party has promised to revive the Rotorua rescue helicopter service if elected to government pledging $1.6 million a year for four years... Read More

Popular environmental debate cancelled

A popular Rotorua election debate has been cancelled due to a lack of candidates. Rotorua Green Drinks and Forest & Bird had organised the event for... Read More

National promises $4.5bn in tax cuts

National's promising a short-term package of tax cuts - worth more than $4.5 billion - to kick start the economy. Leader Judith Collins and finance... Read More

LIVE: Ardern on GDP

The economy has shrunk by a record amount and fell into its first recession in a decade as it was battered by the government's moves to eliminate... Read More

Kiwi conservation receives cash injection

Kiwi conservationists all over Aotearoa are celebrating after the Minister of Conservation announced a multi-million-dollar cash injection into kiwi... Read More

NZ officially in first recession in a decade

The New Zealand economy contracted a record 12.2 per cent in the three months ended June, leading to the first recession in a decade. Official numbers... Read More

Travellers in isolation able to vote via phone

Up to 5000 people in managed isolation or quarantine will be able to vote by telephone in the general election and referendums after an amendment to... Read More

Climate risk reporting first in NZ

New Zealand will be the first country in the world to require the financial sector to report on climate risks, Minister for Climate Change James Shaw... Read More

Māori Party reveals plans to change NZ’s name

The Māori Party has announced a raft of plans to help te reo Māori become further recognised as the indigenous language of Aotearoa. To kick-start... Read More

LIVE: Plans to move NZ to Alert Level 1 on Monday

UPDATE: New Zealand will move to Alert Level 1 on Monday, September 21. This is contingent on the cases tracking as they are now, says Prime Minister... Read More

Join the one in a million reo Māori moment

New Zealanders across the country are set to mark history as part of the Māori Language Week commemorations led by Te Taura Whiri i te reo Māori this... Read More

Financial support for timber industry

Four Bay of Plenty timber businesses will receive investments totalling nearly $22 million through the Provincial Growth Fund. Regional Economic Development... Read More