Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi asked why the procurement target isn't 16 percent to reflect the Māori population.
Labour MPs voted against a Health Select Committee inquiry into the Government's drug-buying agency.
MPs from across the aisle are concerned about a loophole and privacy issues with the Government's new tax law.
"We could not in good conscience support legislation that is likely to lead to worsening wealth inequality."
Twyford's wife, Joanna, will be undergoing treatment over the coming months.
Opposition leader Judith Collins questioned how more taxes will build more houses.
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"She stood out back then as a leader capable of connecting so well with young people."
His dreams in Eritrea were cut short by the "brutal dictatorship" of President Isaias Afewerki, who has never held an election.
Internal Affairs Minister Jan Tinetti has come under fire.
"We have a responsibility to deliver to those communities who voted for us," says Jacinda Ardern.
Grant Robertson revealed on Tuesday he had written to the Reserve Bank Governor for help.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson disputes that he copied them.
"The economy is still in recession and 37,000 people lost jobs in the last quarter."
"If they don't urgently address the needs of the people and families we work with, the poverty crisis will be a part of the Labour Government's legacy."
Treasury warned that homeownership assistance without dealing with supply could increase house prices.
Tourism Minister Stuart Nash recently outlined his plans to focus on high-value visitors.
Pike River Recovery Agency staff are closing in on an area which is critical for forensic examination.
"Exactly," Genter said when someone highlighted that it never went to a referendum.
ACT's primary industries spokesperson says the Government "won't lift a finger" to support seasonal workers.
"This is extraordinary that the Government's taking so long to bring Parliament back."
She says it entrenched her support for "vulnerable workers".
"I'd say that is concerning. There's very good reason we have those separations."
Facebook's Ad Library shows around $4000 was spent on the ad.
"It's been a tough year for many Kiwis… we want to make sure pricing is fair."
The "hypocrisy is difficult to stomach", said National's Chris Bishop.
Newshub witnessed at least eight people leave the apartment block on Friday.
RNZ understands the previous secretary left the role some months ago.
"A whole lot of people lose their jobs."
Judith Collins has unveiled her new shadow Cabinet to match the Government's line-up.