Official leaves two years early, as office deals with requests dating back six years.
Exempting electric vehicles from road tolls on Auckland motorways an 'interesting question', minister says.
"It's something I have been thinking about for a long time but I felt I still had some things to do."
Leaving the EU was never about behaving rationally, Chris Trotter says.
The Azim family is safe after leaving war-torn Afghanistan, but there is room to save many more families.
A dozen staff quit a National MP's office in three years but Paul Foster-Bell says he's a "good boss''.
Crown Law solicitors paid more to prosecute dangerous dog owners than killers.
The Government is keeping exporters in the loop regarding any impact from Brexit.
OPINION: The Brexit result will be felt far and wide - even here in New Zealand.
OPINION: Perhaps Boris Johnson hopes to return Britain to the safe bosom of the Commonwealth. But the days of Empire are gone.
When Tania Shailer and David Haerewa stand in the dock tomorrow, they could face rare life sentences for manslaughter.
If its brands go up in smoke, Imperial Tobacco would want compensation from taxpayers.
Forget John Key! Let's have a crack at the rest of them.
Changes that have caused a "political revolution" throughout Britain could strengthen the ties between the two countries one Kiwi is torn between.
The 'Brexit' could open up opportunities for New Zealand, says NZ First leader.
Gambling machines are a "sunset industry" - so where will charities get money from?
MP's boilover with Imperial Tobacco's spin doctor isn't the first time big tobacco's been told off.
John Key says "nothing to worry about".
OPINION: Moko's killers are still able to be sentenced to life in prison, but it still feels like they've gotten away with something.
Marama Fox walks off TV set after comparing tobacco boss to Nazi Germany leader.
NZ has some strange crimes, such as bill sticking, peeping and peering, and excreting in public.
The UK's decision to exit the EU has drawn mixed reaction's from Manawatu's expat community.
John Key probably texted his old buddy David Cameron more than his commiserations.
PM John Key says he respects the UK's decision, while Andrew Little highlights global negatives.
The Brexit decision shows globalisation is taking a battering from a rising mood of nationalism and protectionism.
OPINION: The private member's ballot is a random way politicians can make a difference, but the way it is used reflects badly on some MPS.
Auckland heart researchers could hold key for better treatments.
OPINION: Split shows New Zealand is right to pursue trade alliances, not political ones.
If Auckland's politicians don't pass a coherent city plan Wellington "may take matters into its own hands".
OPINION: We're making billions from tourists flooding into NZ, but we should sting them for a bit more.