Labour beats Government to its own housing announcement this morning, revealing plans to transfer 2800 state houses to Auckland's Tamaki Redevelopment Group.
Top of the agenda will be the political reaction to the execution of the ring-leaders of the Bali Nine.
After a three-week recess, the MPs have returned and are ready to face a grilling on the last 21 days of events.
Welcome to Parliament's last sitting day before MPs head off for the Easter break. We're talking human rights, Northland and America's Cup.
The Government kicks off its HomeStart plan, among other new laws. And petitions for publicly funded gender reassignment surgery, along with a ban on fireworks are before parliament.
As MPs start the last week before the Easter recess the hot topic in Parliament will no doubt be the Northland by-election success of NZ First's Winston Peters.
Live results of the by-election: The votes are in and it's a Winston Peters white-wash.
From Japan to Northland, the PM is wasting no time in trying to gain the almost certain lead NZ First leader Winston Peters has in the race for the Northland seat.
It's going to be tough to match the excitement of last night's Black Caps win today, given even the halls of Parliament will be dominated by chat of the historic victory.
Govt refusing to comment on allegations NZ spy agency snooped on competitors vying against Trade Minister Tim Groser for the top job at the World Trade Organisation.
Prime Minister John Key is in Auckland today, receiving Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.
MPs have voted to reduce their own payrises, after a public backlash to the raise initially proposed last month.
Statutes Amendment Bill likely to come up today - but without travel perks for former MPs.
It's another full day on the cards at Parliament today with select committees this morning followed by Question Time this afternoon.
Follow live updates to this morning's press conference over the blackmail threat to lace infant formula with the poison 1080.
Breaking news updates on threats to poison infant milk powder in New Zealand.
Labour's former leader and one of its future leadership prospects face a tough day ahead.
Live updates from Parliament as the debate over the Iraq deployment continues.
MPs are back in the House today and it's a busy one.
A busy day for select committees receiving annual reviews of government entities - and we're reviewing them for you.
The engine rooms of Parliament are going to be busy today.
Debate on PM's statement to continue after question time, but likely to be interrupted so legislation can be passed.
It's the last sitting day - and last question time - of the week.
Revelation the "eyesore" SkyCity convention centre will likely need a taxpayer top up gives Labour a ready-made platform.
Welcome back - the start of Beehive Live for 2015 is coinciding with the start of the parliamentary year.
It's the last day of Parliament, and we'll have all the updates on hi-jinks in the house.
Like a student cramming for an exam, Parliament is jamming through the last of its business as the House prepares to rise tomorrow.
After one insane political year, Parliament enters its last sitting week before it adjourns for Christmas.
Beehive Live reflects on some of the standout moments of 2014.
What does central government think about recommendation for a Wellington super-city?