The Police Association says any change would be deeply disappointing.
A proposal has been with the Government since December.
Saying it should is alarmist, irrelevant, nonsense says Michael Littlewood.
"I would change my vote today. New Zealand has moved on and so have I."
Simon Bridges says we can expect "other impressive people putting their names forward".
"I would expect to see some Budget bribes come next year," Newshub political editor Tova O'Brien says.
She knows how critical she is to Labour, writes Newshub political editor Tova O'Brien.
The Prime Minister's popularity has been tarnished by a cacophony of cock-ups and controversies.
The age of Jacindamania is over after a shock result.
Labour and NZ First both had figures during the election, but now there's no target.
The Government's commitments to refugees have been unveiled.
Taxpayer-funded plagiarism: Simon Bridges says 'it's "not good enough".
He said he defied the Speaker's ruling in the interest of "freedom of speech".
His comments on murdered MP Jo Cox have been widely criticised.
Labour's Kieran McAnulty was kicked out for mocking Simon Bridges.
Labour is continuing firearms legislation reform following the Christchurch attack.
"I've supported people. That's my focus here, not a political game of who knew what when."
She said the Labour Party sexual allegations scandal was "problematic".
National's Chris Bishop says it’s about time.
The National MP has been forced to apologise in Parliament.
He says senior Labour ministers have been sledging a group who laid complaints against a senior staffer.
Complainants say they're not going to dignify his comments with a response.
Louisa Wall has been accused of facilitating "a PR move trying to look socially responsible".
Labour panel member Simon Mitchell maintains sexual assault claims were never raised.
He needs to be upfront and transparent, writes Duncan Garner.
She is struggling to understand why he would call her claims "untrue".
"At no point did she say that she had been sexually assaulted."
Why did a young woman have to risk being re-traumatised for the PM to take notice, asks Tova O'Brien.
What does the controversy tell us about the culture of Parliament?