This week's fly is the 10th unwanted intruder found since February.
Professor Mike Barnes says more doctors must be educated about medical marijuana's benefits.
The war on drugs is also to blame, the Green MP says.
But Phil Goff says the maverick candidate's brash style won't work.
Tamihere admitted prices for water would go up, but not that much.
Multiple inquiries were launched following the case coming to light.
Just like Simon Bridges, Ardern's promising she'll lead her party into the next election.
But she wants ideas sooner rather than later.
"Did I believe in it? Yes. Still do."
Stefanie Green, in NZ to talk about euthanasia, has helped 150 people die.
He's proposing cutting the Human Rights Act to give people more rights to insult and offend.
Opponents say it's just a ploy to avoid more regulation.
The Environment Minister says there will be no compensation for farmers affected by upcoming changes.
Host Simon Shepherd looks over all the figures and what it means for you.
"There's a difference between legitimate conflict... and bullying."
His new party will struggle to make it without help from other Christian groups, he says.
Tracey Martin isn't happy with the way media are reporting on Oranga Tamariki.
"Virtually every part of the economy has got to see some shift."
The prison population is now falling for the first time in decades.
The minister said the re-entry will be delayed by just weeks.
It comes after the Govt said it would adopt only three of 42 recommend changes to the welfare system.
Kris Faafoi said Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees' move to cut access to sites like 8chan was "promising".
The Govt wants them to stop up-selling customers products and services they don't need.
"Folk who have dirty boots and hard-working calloused hands" should "watch this space".
National says he should resign, but he says no one cares.
"I'm not really sure how that would work," Chris Hipkins told Newshub Nation.
Oranga Tamariki says it's taking on fewer children, despite official figures showing the number in state care is rising.
His swastika singlet might be offensive, but trusts the police to use their discretion.
Anyone who's bought an assault rifle in the past week should be expecting a knock on the door.