MPs from across the aisle are concerned about a loophole and privacy issues with the Government's new tax law.
"When we Hong Kongers are suffering now, seeing a foreign politician speaks our language to swear in as MP - this truly touches our heart."
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will introduce a Government Motion to declare a climate emergency in Parliament.
"None of the Green Party's responses would actually build one house."
Internal Affairs Minister Jan Tinetti has come under fire.
Grant Robertson revealed on Tuesday he had written to the Reserve Bank Governor for help.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson disputes that he copied them.
Treasury warned that homeownership assistance without dealing with supply could increase house prices.
ACT's primary industries spokesperson says the Government "won't lift a finger" to support seasonal workers.
Kiwis are being promised $2000 if they relocated to Australia to take up short-term agricultural work, in a campaign to fill worker gaps over the ditch.
"Don't expect us to jump out of airplanes just to get some publicity."
"They are not new ideas, but actually old ideas that have failed in a costly way before."
David Seymour describes the new law as "the most damaging public health policy in a generation".
Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi is not surprised because it would "remove the only true and independent Māori voice from Parliament".
Last month, growers warned the industry's labour shortage would lead to some fruit and vegetables being left to rot.
Labour won 64 seats on Election night - enough to govern alone.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says 5.3 percent unemployment is not as bad as forecasts.
The majority of Kiwis voted 'yes' in the referendum, preliminary results showed.
Dr Sinead Donnelly, a palliative care specialist who rallied against the End of Life Choice Act, is devastated.
"These are not what New Zealanders think of as human rights."
The Government's freshwater regulations have been sharply criticised by farmers.
National agrees with ACT's assessment that the Human Rights Commission has become too left-leaning.
Labour alone has 22 fresh faces but in terms of rookie caucuses ACT beats them all.
Three of them popped into Newshub Nation for a chat about their backgrounds and what they believe in.
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Parliament's MPs are told not to list their phone numbers - but several have them listed online.
The 27-year-old is no stranger to Wellington's halls of power.
The Greens are adamant there's still negotiating to be done - but Jacinda Ardern doesn't see it that way.
The ACT leader also revealed which two NZ First MPs will be missed in Government.
There are 40 new parliamentarians.