John Key not ruling out a "modest" Government contribution to public bid to buy Awaroa Inlet.
There are some skills you just never lose.
OPINION: Unless the economy takes a sour turn, the Key government may well remain an impenetrable fortress.
The US President wants to pay New Zealand a visit - it's just a case of sorting his schedule.
Costs for deportee support services are ongoing, as Government gives another $100k.
New, modern and efficient dairy conversions mean Southland is becoming more important to NZ's dairy production, John Key says.
When will the transport minister make his announcement on electric vehicles?
At least one conservative MP wants to ditch the Union Jack flag.
SATIRE: Pontificating from the lofty reaches of a shock-jock show.
"It's not our intentions at this stage to put money in," Paula Bennett says.
OPINION: This is an industry that cannot meet safety standards, Consumer NZ says.
How to stop drivers fleeing from police? Easy, says Judith Collins. Crush their cars.
Not everyone agreed with Minister for the Environment Nick Smith at a Blenheim public meeting.
John Key turns down a $100,000 challenge to find a photo of Winston Peters fishing in Northland.
OPINION: Labour leader Andrew Little responds to Steve Joyce's open letter to TPP protestors.
OPINION: Government minister Steven Joyce wrote an open letter to TPP protestors. And now he's copped one back from an MP on the protest front line.
Baby injured because of speeding, not police pursuit, says Judith Collins.
Ex-Conservatives leader Colin Craig wants to build affordable homes to ease Auckland's housing crisis.
Govt decision not to send refugees to Napier and Hastings due to "community safety" concerns outrages Hawke's Bay mayors.
Chief trade negotiator keeps mum on whether NZ sought the right to ban foreign buyers of residential property under TPP.
Sixteen AgResearch staff laid off after funding-induced restructure, government reveals.
Health and safety, not a political conspiracy, put the brakes on NZ First leader's trip, officials say.
Casino operator quickly profits from extra gaming machines under government deal.
Government hopes the US and Pacific nations can come to an agreement on fishing rights.
Solid Energy says its West Coast mine is still losing money and it's looking at its closure.
MPs pan ACT bill that would see any burglar convicted for their third offence face a mandatory jail sentence.
New Easter shop rules get support, but bylaws needed to make them work make it "costly" and "complicated".
Poor scorecard for NZDF officials from Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee, who rated their advice.
OPINION: A toilet roll, a pair of underpants, a packet of gingernuts or custard square sailing at a politician will send a message.
Vandals attack a third cabinet minister's electorate office, this time in Dunedin.