Support for Jacinda Ardern as preferred Prime Minister has dropped to her lowest result since 2017.
"This is a stunning indictment on the Government's lack of planning and lack of urgency."
"These helicopter operations have been happening since the 1970s, without a notable dent on cannabis consumption."
But leaders James Shaw and Marama Davidson are rejecting the criticisms.
"It shouldn't have taken collective public pressure for the minister to change his mind. But it shows people power on the ground actually works."
Marama Davidson is piling pressure on retailer Farmers over its handling of an alleged racist incident in one of its stores.
It also wants more flexibility for councils to bypass the rules.
The party says there is good reason for the Government to act quickly.
"This is the result of rushing away from an elimination strategy into the traffic light system."
Genter also cycled to the hospital in 2018 to give birth to her son.
"I genuinely wasn't planning to cycle in labour, but it did end up happening."
Addressing the climate crisis is an imperative, writes Green MP Teanau Tuiono.
ACT's ascent is smashing National and Judith Collins.
Tory Whanau says she'll prioritise infrastructure and housing accessibility, and develop a post-pandemic recovery plan.
Marama Davidson fears for regions with low rates, like Northland and Tairawhiti.
The former National Infrastructure Advisory Board member says he did not intend for it to be threatening.
NZ's representative at UN climate talks in Scotland says the draft outcome won't reduce emissions enough.
The COVID-19 Response Minister has removed it from legislation following backlash.
National leader Judith Collins said Aucklanders were in tears after the announcement.
"Setting a deadline after which National would be willing to let COVID spread."
It was the largest ever swing to an incumbent in the history of New Zealand politics.
Māori political leaders say they understand why so few tangata whenua are getting vaccinated, but it has to change.
"This was an attempt to fix the problem that has ended up resulting in creating massive divisions within the community."
Local Government NZ Principal Policy Advisor Mike Reid supports the move.
Some leaders claim it creates confusion and puts vulnerable people at risk.
"My preference would be not to go at all."
The Government was supposed to have set its first three emissions budgets out to 2035 and released its first emissions reduction plan, by December 31.
The Greens wrote an open letter to the ACC Minister pushing for all birth injuries and traumatic births to be covered.
National's result is just above its worst-ever election outcome.
"Tangata whenua are sick to death of our ancestral names being mangled, bastardised, and ignored."