If Mark Taylor tries to come home he'll be arrested at the border.
The so-called "bumbling Jihadi" is now deemed dangerous enough to change the law.
Simon Bridges feels "sense of duty" to support the law because the Greens won't.
Many on Facebook have sent their condolences.
Our leaders are dismissing young people terrified for their future, she writes.
He said he defied the Speaker's ruling in the interest of "freedom of speech".
"We need action now - we're in great peril."
"We let them leave school, we let them get a job and pay tax," says MP Golriz Ghahraman.
Labour is continuing firearms legislation reform following the Christchurch attack.
The Climate Change Minister insists the insurance industry is "already starting to shift".
The former Green MP will join the group appointed by Cabinet.
"It was like meeting up with an old friend."
"I apologise for the harm caused by this piece."
The potential slip-up is problematic given the secrecy of the announcement.
The Government wants oil and gas companies to take on more risk.
New Zealand First's Shane Jones was the biggest spender regionally.
We have acted before and must do again, writes James Shaw
Gerry Brownlee said they'd comply if it was about "puffs on the old wacky backy".
"Transparency is not just about banning foreign donations."
The Government parties voted down a clause that would have allowed it.
The new service could put an end to debates like Steven Joyce's "fiscal hole".
"I regularly get frustrated with gameplaying, which is far too common in our political system."
"What qualifications to run a campaign has she got?"
"One old rooster held the country to ransom."
The botched census results led to the resignation of Stats NZ chief executive.
The Government is now seeking feedback from the public.
The Green MP says her word should be taken over city councillors.
Kiwis caught possessing and using illegal drugs would face lighter charges under the law.
"I think it was absolutely the right thing to do, and I always will."