"Expanding and increasing the waste levy is one of the best tools we have to incentivise reduced waste to landfill."
Political party leaders are bidding Todd Muller farewell with anecdotes about the pressures of leadership.
The ACT Party leader says he has a "rational" view on the poison.
The party is gunning for six MPs - but it's airing some less traditional ideas to help get there.
"It imposes a one-size-fits-all solution that works for no-one."
"We are very concerned about gangs and P and so are a lot of New Zealanders."
Stephen Berry stepped down on Sunday afternoon.
"Nothing Labour promises you this election will be delivered - except more tax for you to pay."
ACT leader David Seymour also lashed out at the PM for deciding to keep Clark in the role.
David Seymour says New Zealand First has "let down a lot of people".
"Rather than celebrating Kiwis doing well, the Greens seem to want to punish them."
Nicole McKee will stand for the party in Rongotai, a safe Labour seat.
The Ministry of Health let 51 people out of isolation without being tested.
He's the second David Seymour in the party - and has a powerful reason to run.
"I am a minority. I've been a minority of one in Parliament for the last five years."
David Seymour has accused the Government of using taxpayer funds to "boost its election campaign".
David Seymour's reaction was in stark contrast to National leader Todd Muller.
The ACT leader was accused of using an "ageist phrase".
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"Labour and Jacinda Ardern are undermining this year's election."
National MPs will be itching to roll Simon Bridges who has tanked.
He's outraged legislation passed without more time to debate.
Young ACT said it has "failed a standard of care that we owe our members".
Labour could govern alone if the poll reflected the election results.
The ACT Party leader said the Government has "been a bit slow to be nimble".
The PM, ministers and public sector chief executives are all taking cuts.
Billions of dollars has been spent under Grant Robertson's watch to combat COVID-19.
It's part of the youth wing's plan to promote its policy of legalising all drugs.
"Make no mistake, a crisis is emerging."
The Prime Minister and Opposition leader have released contrasting statements.