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Golriz Ghahraman on Newshub Nation.

Arrest warrant for 'bumbling Jihadi' proves new terror law not needed - Greens

If Mark Taylor tries to come home he'll be arrested at the border.

NZ Green Party

What the 'Mark Taylor law' would mean for returning 'high-risk' Kiwis

The so-called "bumbling Jihadi" is now deemed dangerous enough to change the law.

Watch: Jacinda Ardern and Golriz Ghahraman have opposing views on a new anti-terrorist law.

PM rejects Green MP's description of anti-terrorist law as 'dog-whistling'

Simon Bridges feels "sense of duty" to support the law because the Greens won't.

Hughes and his mother.

'I'll miss you': Green MP's tribute to mother who died of cancer

Many on Facebook have sent their condolences.

Watch: Tens of thousands of people attended the recent climate change marches.

Chlöe Swarbrick: We need more climate change protestors to take to the streets

Our leaders are dismissing young people terrified for their future, she writes.

Watch: The National Party announced it would not take down social media videos despite a ruling by the Speaker to have them removed.

Bridges accuses Speaker of acting 'outside his powers'

He said he defied the Speaker's ruling in the interest of "freedom of speech".

Watch: A wrap-up of Friday's events.

'Mind-blowing': How climate change strikes united generations of Kiwis

"We need action now - we're in great peril."

The Greens want the age lowered to 16.

Greens back lowering voting age to 16

"We let them leave school, we let them get a job and pay tax," says MP Golriz Ghahraman.

Watch: Council of Licenced Firearms Owners spokesperson Nicole McKee on The AM Show.

New gun laws won't make public safer - National

Labour is continuing firearms legislation reform following the Christchurch attack.

Watch: James Shaw asked if insurance premiums would go up because of the framework.

Shaw unveils plan to protect NZ from 'climate-related hazards'

The Climate Change Minister insists the insurance industry is "already starting to shift".

Kevin Hague, former Green MP and current chief executive of Forest & Bird.

Forest & Bird boss among five appointed to mental health commission

The former Green MP will join the group appointed by Cabinet.

Golriz Ghahraman and Ilhan Omar.

Ghahraman and Omar hang out, laugh at 'old-guard racists'

"It was like meeting up with an old friend."

Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson.

Greens magazine article causes controversy over gender-identity comments

"I apologise for the harm caused by this piece."

It appears a rent-to-own scheme could be in the mix.

KiwiBuild 'clue' suggests rent-to-own scheme could be on the cards

The potential slip-up is problematic given the secrecy of the announcement.

Watch: The Government announced a ban on offshore oil and gas exploration permits in 2018.

Greenpeace not satisfied with $1.2bn oil industry insurance cover

The Government wants oil and gas companies to take on more risk.

Watch: Newshub revealed the cost of processing ministers' and their staff's expenses receipts, showing the high cost of backroom paper shuffling.

The highest-spending ministers revealed

New Zealand First's Shane Jones was the biggest spender regionally.

Green Party co-leader James Shaw is calling for global unity to combat the Amazon fires.

The world must unite to protect the Amazon rainforest

We have acted before and must do again, writes James Shaw

Watch: Marama Davidson justified the Greens opposing the legislation.

Greens oppose extended hours for bars during Rugby World Cup

Gerry Brownlee said they'd comply if it was about "puffs on the old wacky backy".

Watch: Watch: The Prime Minister and National leader responded to revelations of a $150,000 donation to National in 2016.

NZSIS boss throws doubt on Greens' call for foreign donations ban

"Transparency is not just about banning foreign donations."

Watch: National's Hamish Walker and NZ First's Tracey Martin went head-to-head in Parliament.

MPs defend voting against KiwiSaver for foster kids without legal guardians

The Government parties voted down a clause that would have allowed it.

Watch: There was confusion in 2017 over former Finance Minister Steven Joyce's claim that Labour had an $11.7 billion "fiscal hole" in its policies.

'Fiscal watchdog': Political party policies to be independently analysed

The new service could put an end to debates like Steven Joyce's "fiscal hole".

Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick.

Chlöe Swarbrick 'frequently thinks about leaving Parliament'

"I regularly get frustrated with gameplaying, which is far too common in our political system."

NZ Green Party

'Amateur hour': Peters' theory on why Bennett won't seek electorate re-election

"What qualifications to run a campaign has she got?"

Simon Bridges was on The AM Show.

Most Kiwis believe system 'gamed' at last election - Bridges

"One old rooster held the country to ransom."

Watch the Statistics Minister's full press conference.

James Shaw admits some census data 'likely to be compromised'

The botched census results led to the resignation of Stats NZ chief executive.

Watch: A new recycling plant that planned to process used tyre waste by turning it into fuel opened in Auckland in 2018.

Firms might be held responsible for where their products end up

The Government is now seeking feedback from the public.

Watch: Wellington Mayor Justin Lester is denying claims he told councillors Julie Anne Genter threatened to resign.

Genter denies claim Greens used leverage over transit package

The Green MP says her word should be taken over city councillors.

The Health Minister David Clark.

Proposed law allowing police 'discretion' over drugs passes third reading

Kiwis caught possessing and using illegal drugs would face lighter charges under the law.

Metiria Turei

Metiria Turei 'still proud' of benefit fraud speech

"I think it was absolutely the right thing to do, and I always will."

Watch: Simon Bridges on The AM Show

Shaw 'actually a Labour Party member in his heart' - Bridges

"My understanding is all around him the other Green MPs are all with Marama."