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Christchurch city councillor Jamie Gough is seeking professional help after another alcohol-related incident at a bar this week.
New Zealand's ambassador to the United Nations has directly blamed Russia for the worsening humanitarian situation in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo.
Senior government minister Paula Bennett has channelled pop superstar Taylor Swift in the House this afternoon, answering a question about New Zealand's booming tourism industry.
The wheels on the bus go round and round, but not for Northland MP and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters who was apparently barred from getting on board a school bus.
State-owned Solid Energy bosses have reiterated to a Parliamentary select committee further redundancies at the embattled company are inevitable.
The Ministry of Justice spent $26,000 on an expo to show staff what their colleagues do for a job.
Winston Peters is offering to give $100,000 to charity if Prime Minister John Key can find anyone who has seen him fishing from his boat since the Northland by-election.
Labour and the Greens are attacking government policies as Parliament's first debate of the year shifts away from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The police watchdog isn't able to investigate every case that comes across its desk because of a squeeze on resources.
Name suppression has been lifted for a Filipino woman who allegedly ran a scam that allowed foreign workers easier access to New Zealand's labour markets.
The Ministry of Education is defending the $19.5 million price tag for the refit of its new Wellington headquarters amid criticism the money could be better spent fixing run-down schools.
Labour's Megan Woods is complaining about CERA having 19 communications staff - Prime Minister John Key says it has a lot of communicating to do.
Changes have been proposed to streamline and standardise the extradition process to stop cases becoming convoluted and delay-ridden, like that of Kim Dotcom.
A dried cow pat may not be an ordinary object to be intercepted at the border, but it's exactly what the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has dealt with this summer.
The chief executive of the Ministry of Education is defending his new $2.6 million staircase dubbed the "stairway to heaven".
Maureen Pugh has been sworn in as a National list MP, she's from the West Coast where her family history goes back more than 150 years.
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