As Parliament draws to a recess, the question on many MPs' lips is: "have I been offered tickets to the rugby yet?"
It's all eyes online Wednesday morning, as extra tickets go on sale for the Super Rugby
Opposition parties come out swinging as the Government looks at selling state houses to an Australian firm.
Why have Greenpeace scaled Parliament? And do MPs have feelings too? Get all the answers right here.
It's a busy day of select committees with more ministers fronting about their portfolios and in some cases, explaining what's gone wrong.
Former Conservative leader Colin Craig has certainly got people talking.
News of the deaths of hundreds of lambs born to ewes the Government flew to a farm in Saudi Arabia as part of a controversial business deal will keep MPs busy today.
Join us live as the housing and Saudi sheep issues show no sign of slowing in Parliament, and ministers front to select committees
The storm just keeps brewing for the Government over their handling of Auckland land for housing development.
MPs have a 1 in 73 chance of having their proposed legislation drawn out in Parliament's lottery.
Boat people, the wrong person being sent child abuse records, and Members' bills fill the agenda today.
James Shaw set to mark first day in the House as Greens co-leader by taking the PM to task at Question Time.
The questions and criticism of the Government's involvement in a deal with a Saudi Arabian businessman keep coming.
Budget debate continues in the House today, with a full morning of select committees and other political news keeping the Beehive buzzing.
National MP Maurice Williamson is causing headaches for PM John Key after he reportedly unsuccessfully tried to jump ship to ACT.
Government launches attack on hardship, but Labour accuses it of hitting "the panic button".
It's a busy day ahead with just one more sleep until the Budget announcement.
Question Time today will be consumed with debate around the Government's pre-budget announcements.
The flag debate continues to rage within the Beehive - this morning the Justice and Electoral committee is hearing submissions.
It's a full day of activities here in Parliament, with Select Committees sitting this morning, and the House considering Members' Bills this afternoon.
It's Prime Minister John Key's first day back in the House since it emerged he repeatedly pulled the pontail of Auckland waitress Amanda Bailey.
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.