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?
How will the Government respond to news the Americas Cup is to be held in Bermuda?
Controversial anti-terror legislation the Government is pushing through under urgency, will be up for its second reading today.
A new month, a new season and a day of new starts marks the second-to-last sitting week of the year in Parliament.
As we mark a close to the first week of the final sitting of Parliament for the year, we'll be taking a look back at the extraordinary events of the past seven days.
PM releases text messages with WhaleOil blogger Cameron Slater before the release of the "dirty politics" report this week.
Bill giving spies new powers sent to select committee last night, just hours after urgent debate on past activities of the SIS.
Follow live as the report into allegations the SIS was used for political gain is released.
Labour leader Andrew Little confirms Annette King as his deputy, but where's Cunliffe gone?
Labour's new leader Andrew Little has his first major outing today as China's President Xi Jinping fits in a meeting with him in Auckland.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is in Wellington today, where he will receive a state welcome and lunch at Government House.
Some hard work ahead of Andrew Little as he starts his first day as Labour leader, while one of the world's most powerful men, China's President Xi Jinping, arrives in the country.
Labour MP Andrew Little has won the party's leadership contest.
The Prime Minister is back in the country after a marathon session of summits, and clearly ready to get back into the domestic agenda.
The politicking is all happening in Auckland today.
The PM works to reignite free trade talks with India abroad as controversy over his killer joke blows over.
Is a reprieve coming for first home buyers? Find out when the Reserve Bank Governor appears in select committee.