"I don't really get into the politics of the Opposition and who their leader is going to be."
Ricardo Menéndez March says it's a "disservice to the contribution of many migrant workers".
"That sends a message to us in the political system that we should be looking at the way our regime works."
The Prime Minister will undergo her first international travel in July since the pandemic began.
Waka Kotahi-NZTA data shows $34.8 million has been spent since October 2017.
The defendants are not sitting MPs or Labour Party officials.
ACT MP Nicole McKee said the Māori Party did not represent her.
The Government's pay freeze has become a pay thaw.
"It seems in Government there is a commitment to partnership, but in Opposition there is a race to the bottom."
Last year Labour vowed to give local councils more power regarding land conversion in the first six months of its term.
"I don’t think that Labour was quite prepared for the outpouring from the public and in particular from the unions."
"We're now at the stage in our COVID response where fewer New Zealanders are choosing to come home."
ACT leader David Seymour appears to have scooped the Government.
"It is important that just because the Prime Minister said this, that we should question that."
The news sparked calls from advocates calling for self-testing to help women overcome testing reservations.
"I don't want to see New Zealand become a two-system country without having a proper discussion."
Bryce Edwards looks at the the public sector worker backlash against Labour.
"This week has been filled with lots of ups and downs."
The Public Service Association says the proposed FPAs don't go far enough.
Industrial action cannot occur during negotiations.
The Greens are outraged by the Government's public sector pay freeze.
The Green MP is "immensely" disappointed.
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The political editor said National "will be doing everything in its power" to get Mallard replaced.
Jacinda Ardern in Parliament expressed disappointment over how the debate had played out.
"We worry that attitudes like this might prevent women coming forward for health care and treatment."
Health Minister Andrew Little says he never read the report suggesting a Māori Health Authority.
The ACT Party has forced the issue by asking for a debate in Parliament.
ACT leader David Seymour described the new 'implementation unit' as an "admission of failure".