After a frosty silence lasting nearly a decade, John Key and Fiji coup leader Frank Bainimarama finally break the ice.
It's the last day of the sitting week, but there's no rest for MPs just yet.
Two big Bills are up before the House for debate today.
The controversial Health and Safety Reform Bill is back before Parliament today.
Controversial Health and Safety reform bill will continue to be heard today after some pretty emotive speeches.
Pike River families look set to hear Health and Safety reform bill debated today.
Foreign investors are a hot topic this week following a report revealing Canadians are the biggest buyers.
Expect the Opposition to launch an attack on the Government today over the fate of Solid Energy.
Justice Minister quickly drafts bill to allow pubs to stay open in the early hours during the Rugby World Cup.
After a week of recess expect the continued drop in dairy prices to be hotly debated today
OPINION: Murray McCully has been at full throttle in New York over the MH17 vote at the United Nations Security Council.
NZ in the Security Council top seat as Russia blocks probe into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
Is a shake up for schools on the cards? And should we ditch our "dirge" national anthem?
Join our gallery team as they bring you all the news on Serco and a proposed health system shakeup live.
The pressure on Corrections Minister Sam Lotu-Iiga to deal with Serco over serious incidents at Mt Eden prison is continuing to mount.
Allegations of fight clubs and prisoners dropping other inmates off balconies are only the tip of the iceberg, says Labour MP Kelvin Davis.
As Parliament roars back into life, the Auckland housing issue and Labour's data set of presumed Chinese buyers will likely gain new breath.
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.