David Shearer said it's a "fantasy" the two-state solution promoted by many world leaders is even close to becoming a reality.
A Labour MP who voted against legalising same-sex marriage says he has no regrets.
"It's easy for them to say sorry," a founding member of the Polynesian Panthers tells Newshub Nation.
The Minister for Police says she remains confident the Government's recruitment goals will be met.
Minister for Children Kelvin Davis says he doesn't want kids being strip-searched in Oranga Tamariki facilities.
"What you are doing is adding to their trauma. It's horrendous and it has to stop."
Photos sent into Newshub showed rotting window frames, a mould-covered ceiling and filthy toilet facilities.
The Minister for Social Welfare has a goal of raising the unemployment benefit by $57 a week by 2023.
A Kiwi Uighur says the Government isn't doing enough to help families whose loved ones have disappeared.
"I'm willing to get information about what we could do. I'm open to getting advice about this issue."
The referendum may be over but the debate isn't going away.
Peeni Henare says he has no problem with a group tasked with offering services under the scheme donating money to political parties.
Peeni Henare says new details, due out this Wednesday, will give tangata whenua a "sense of optimism".
In January alone there were 156 elderly people discharged between 1am and 8am.
The Māori Development says there is institutional racism "in every area of New Zealand society".
Clare Delore told Newshub Nation he was "a man of his time, but he moved with the times to an extent".
The median house price is now seven to eight times the median household income; in Auckland, it's over 10.
"That's not on our agenda at the moment, but we will keep an eye on what happens."
The National leader says she won't force her party to read the review into what went wrong.
"You're not safe in your place of worship."
One experts says the claims, if true, amount to 'modern slavery'.
A Muslim community leader has slammed the "paltry" amount of money being allocated to the Government's efforts.
Five days after Newshub Nation broke the story that products would be taken off the market this month, Andrew Little has stepped in.
Experts will be breathing a sigh of relief.
"That's just going to get worse and worse."
Peeni Henare said social media posts by National and Māori Party MPs have been "not helpful at all".
"The Government needs to have a major reset."
"Why isn't someone going round there and seeing them?"
"As soon as we can be broadening out to a larger group of people, we will."
"Be kind, don't invest in houses".