"I hate to tell you that is not new."
"We never said everything was going to be able to be done in one year."
"You may not be a minister or there may be other issues."
"An MP shouldn't be giving sanctuary to feminists to have their views expressed."
"It makes sense for him for me to win, it makes sense for me for me to win."
The National leader's easing up on one of the party's hardline welfare policies.
"We have a very clear cause-and-effect lever, and that's one within in our power."
A document said to be written by the German synagogue gunman has also been banned.
"We don't have time."
"It really came down to what our principles were."
If Mark Taylor tries to come home he'll be arrested at the border.
Hundreds of jobs could be on the line if no buyer is found.
He says if company directors did their accounts the way the Government does, they'd be in jail.
A spokesperson from the Muslim community has called it "exploitative and appalling
Labour and NZ First both had figures during the election, but now there's no target.
Scores of experts will meet in Wellington to practice how to respond to a terror event online.
"I've never seen that before, to have that type of contact. Not every country had that."
Impeachment is just "part of the process" in American politics, Scott Brown says.
Per capita, New Zealand's GDP has been going sideways for about five years.
"I've supported people. That's my focus here, not a political game of who knew what when."
"It should have moved faster than it was," he told Newshub Nation.
She said the Prime Minister is "being misleading or [has] been misled" over sexual assault allegations.
"It took two years for them to get the first state houses up and running."
"They've got the experience of growing it... why would you exclude [them]?"
Nicky Hager thinks so. Here's why.
Politics became personal for National MP Denise Lee when she lost her son Riley at just two years old.
Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick shares her backstory with Newshub Nation.
The new interim spy agency watchdog wants transparency to be a key focus.
"This isn't a place where people should be learning on the job."
Talk of a rift between the coalition members "spun a wee bit out of control", the Justice Minsiter says.