The skirmishing over a door between Labour and National offices has broken out again.
James Shaw set to mark first day in the House as Greens co-leader by taking the PM to task at Question Time.
Labour leader Andrew Little has called for Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully to be sacked over the Saudi farm deal.
Eighty-six jobs at the business "super ministry" are being disestablished, although this is fewer than was signalled.
Many state houses may not be worth much, but they won't be 'given away'
People-smuggling boat 'credible risk and threat' to NZ
Private investment in mental health 'disaster in the making'
Jack Havill: No more would die, but fewer would suffer with euthanasia law change
Scorecard for ministers and their departments - the good and the bad
Three-strikes law changes unlikely after five years
Disappointed Hague takes time to recharge; Shaw takes it to Key
Funding freeze means fewer child abuse checks
Legal loophole keeps British doctor's sexual assault secret
Sharples and McLay receive honours: both count UN work among career highlights
Hooters may be coming to NZ
Rapist arrives home from Cambodian jail
Hawke's Bay police hunt gang of young arsonists
Rail and Maritime Transport Union takes KiwiRail to court
Kiwi in Myanmar prison Philip Blackwood lost 20kg, parents say
Where do you stand on political coat-tail riding?
If it gets marginalised voices into Parliament, I'm for it.
I'm against it - if you don't get the votes, you shouldn't be there.
It's just part of the political game.
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