"I don't want to live next door to someone who will blow me up and blow up my family."
ACT leader David Seymour is slamming the "total lack of preparation for Medsafe's approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine".
"As a woman of integrity I can only assume that you have once again been lied to by your officials."
But the Prime Minister isn't concerned since they'll learn from this vaccination event.
"I didn't tell these guys I was going to ask this…"
The Prime Minister has no intention of apologising for the rate of the rollout - as her Australian counterpart has done.
She received her first Pfizer jab last month.
Jacinda Ardern joined by Acting COVID-19 Response Minister Ayesha Verrall and Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield.
Aden and her children have been in immigration detention in Turkey since earlier this year.
He says having Aden back is "much safer for everyone".
Under New Zealand's new anti-terror law, Suhayra Aden could be stopped from doing a lot of things.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern still believes Australia should have taken in Suhayra Aden.
The three have been in immigration detention in Turkey since crossing the border from Syria earlier this year.
The number of patched members on the National Gang List has more than doubled since Labour took office.
"It's a treatment programme… the idea that somehow implicitly means that we support gangs - I just reject that."
"Labour needs to be clear about its intentions with the justice system."
"It's inconsistent," Des Gorman, a professor of medicine at the University of Auckland, told Newshub Nation.
"We've always said this is the year of the vaccine."
Hundreds of newly-released emails between producers and the commission reveal a myriad of details.
Polling found that nearly 85 percent of Kiwis don't mind stopping travel from high-risk countries.
"Mark my words... Jacinda Ardern once ruled out a death tax. Expect a 'softening up' for Kiwis to get a death tax."
The watchdog said the ad used a "hyperbolic example" for "political effect".
Tom Udall has been outspoken about the "broken" American political system.
So why the interest in creating artwork of our Prime Minister? Newshub found out.
It wasn't the Chinese President's only broadside at the meeting.
A former Prime Minister thinks Jacinda Ardern will be hoping rogue backbencher Louisa Wall tones down her criticism of China.
He's honoured to be "working with one of our closest partners and allies".
Like the Christchurch Call, the special APEC meeting reflected Ardern's brand of pragmatic, broad-church diplomacy.
Here's what they discussed.