John Key whisked away from Auckland University after protesters arrive.
Samoa’s prime minister dismisses allegations NZ is spying on his country, saying it's called diplomacy and he welcomes it.
The Reserve Bank is looking at changing how much banks can lend to residential landlords.
Gareth Hughes is the second Green MP to enter the race to lead the party, but admits: "I'm the underdog."
Labour MP Carmel Sepuloni will be reinstated to her role as the party's social development spokeswoman once her mother is sentenced for benefit fraud.
Snowden documents show the GCSB targeted nearby countries including Fiji, Samoa and Tonga.
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John Key only made it about 50 metres before the crowd swamped him.
OPINION: It's not a paradise out there in the South Pacific - dangerous things happen like coups and mutinies.
New documents released by United States whistleblower Edward Snowden show the extent of New Zealand's spying on its neighbours and allies.
John Key has dismissed calls for an independent commission to review possible miscarriages of justice.
OPINION: Watching Winston Peters, you can't help being reminded of an old lion on his rock surveying the grassland.
Efforts to improve air quality are focussing on the wrong type of pollution, the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment says.
Revelations of spying will show Kiwis what the NZ government is really up to, investigative journalist Nicky Hager says.
A selection of documents set to be released tomorrow will show New Zealand's role in a United States-led spy network.
NZ First leader Winston Peters launches Northland by-election campaign in a blue bus dubbed The Force for the North.
Newly reinstated Conservative Party leader calls speculation about a bid to replace him ‘‘intriguing’’.
Eleven candidates will stand in the Northland by-election, the Electoral Commission has confirmed.
Changes to child support that have caused a $130m IT budget blowout will lead to a fairer system for parents, the Government says.
Brook Barrington has been named as the new head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
A Heart Foundation billboard depicting 'NZ's biggest killer' replaced with a sketch of Prime Minister John Key.
John Key says enough houses are "in the pipeline" in Auckland to meet demand from immigration.
Prime Minister John Key is refusing to rule out giving taxpayer cash to Solid Energy.
Public servants could be stymied in wage rises with MPs pay bump set to match theirs, says Andrew Little.
Government will urgently legislate to change the way MPs' pay rises are calculated after the latest 5.4pc increase.
News cameraman Bradley Ambrose will sue John Key for defamation in February 2016.
Net immigration numbers are likely to set new records, potentially pushing up house prices,Treasury says.
But the state-owned broadcaster says it grabbed a bigger slice of a 'weak' TV ad market.
TSB, which has written off a $53.9m loan, and other banks look at a package to keep miner afloat.
OPINION: Australia's prime minister is running out of mates on his side of the Tasman, but John Key still has his back.
If NZ First leader wins the seat, the proportionality of Parliament would change - making it harder for National to govern.
Wellington ratepayers could pay nearly $18m to make a World War I exhibition a permanent museum.
Australian PM believes geography will not protect Kiwis from Islamic State.
New US ambassador Mark Gilbert and wife Nancy are spilling over with new experiences - Flat whites, hongi and cricket.
Taxpayers footed a near $200,000 legal bill as David Bain challenged a rejected report into his compensation bid.
OPINION: Politicians exhibit a propensity for navel-gazing. But the recent level of attention around Andrew Little's digestive tract is extraordinary.
Families of soldiers killed in the line of duty fear the truth behind battlefield deaths could be covered up under controversial laws being considered.
Australia's first lady Margie Abbott made her first official appearance in Auckland after jetting in to be by her husband Tony Abbott's side.
Australia will give New Zealand more warning before deporting convicted Kiwi-born criminals at the end of their sentence.
Mark Osborne, who will contest the Northland seat for National, says the party is "delivering for the north".
Australian PM's visit to New Zealand overshadowed by speculation about his political future.
Opinion: Put it to party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell the Maori Party are government lapdogs, he'll likely agree with you.
Labour won't stand aside its candidate in Northland by-election following Winston Peters' confirmation he will stand.
OPINION: Dean Barker had his shot and came up short, but the way he was dumped is an outrage.
A day after the transport minister evaded airport security checks, the publicity from the incident was front of mind at CAA.
A day after the transport minister evaded airport security checks, the publicity from the incident was front of mind at Civil Aviation Authority.
OPINION: The question on everyone's lips is whether Tony Abbott's first official visit here would also be his last.
Rangitata MP Jo Goodhew says she may donate her $12,500 pay rise to charity.
The sledging between New Zealand and Australia that can be expected on Eden Park tomorrow began tonight between prime ministers John Key and Tony Abbott.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop's hectic travel schedule appears to have caught up with - right in the middle of a speech by Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
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