"None of the Green Party's responses would actually build one house."
Trevor Mallard said his "door will always be open" to MPs.
"I must say the irony has not escaped me."
The AM Show host was pushing the National leader on how she's going to address the issue of diversity within the party.
Grant Robertson has denied crumbling to pressure from the National Party.
"We are committed to utilising the review results to help shape this next term."
"We did not spend enough time talking about the things that matter to New Zealanders."
"If we underestimate Jacinda and her advisers, we will be in Opposition for a very long time."
The fate of the National Party's president following a disastrous election result will be decided on Saturday.
Three board positions are up for grabs including the presidency.
Pike River Recovery Agency staff are closing in on an area which is critical for forensic examination.
"This is extraordinary that the Government's taking so long to bring Parliament back."
She thinks this could help rein in runaway house prices.
"I'd say that is concerning. There's very good reason we have those separations."
"If the Prime Minister's got something she wants to say about Mr Liddell she should front up."
Facebook's Ad Library shows around $4000 was spent on the ad.
"Lying to win votes = You probably shouldn't be running this election."
"Don't expect us to jump out of airplanes just to get some publicity."
Judith Collins is standing by her comments about obesity during the campaign, and her deputy says she's right.
The best way to prevent future outbreaks is to prevent the virus from arriving on our shores in the first place, says Michael Baker.
"A whole lot of people lose their jobs."
Judith Collins has unveiled her new shadow Cabinet to match the Government's line-up.
The National MP shot up 14 places in the party's rankings.
Shane Reti has already been confirmed as the party's new deputy leader.
Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi is not surprised because it would "remove the only true and independent Māori voice from Parliament".
"They clearly like what they thought I could bring to the role."
Collins has held onto the National Party leadership and has a new wingman - Dr Shane Reti.
Shane Reti has made no secret of his leadership ambitions.
The US President is refusing to accept election defeat.
Collins also had kind words for Dr Reti and said she doesn't mind that he has leadership ambitions.