"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".
"I'd far rather see us invest our money addressing the problem, than polishing it."
The children of a NZ citizen suspected of being an Islamic State terrorist might end up in Australia, separated from their mother.
The Prime Minister talks immigration issues, COVID-19, the housing crisis and wedding plans.
Jacinda Ardern told Newshub Nation her Cabinet is still figuring out what they're going to do about it.
She says she is "utterly thrilled" to be joining the show.
Chris Hipkins, who has scolded Kiwis who spread misinformation about COVID-19, has spread a little of his own.
The Health Minister says there are no plans to "nationalise" St John or fully fund dental care.
There will soon be a separate Māori Health Agency and fewer district health boards.
He wants Grant Robertson to step in and order the Reserve Bank to stop pouring fuel on the housing market fire.
"We are at a point where we could end up with a divided country."
Judith Collins is standing by her comments about obesity during the campaign, and her deputy says she's right.
The best way to prevent future outbreaks is to prevent the virus from arriving on our shores in the first place, says Michael Baker.
Kelvin Davis hopes if future Cabinets are just as diverse as this one, it's not news.
The new Children's Minister has declined to say he has confidence in Oranga Tamariki boss Grainne Moss.
The majority of Kiwis voted 'yes' in the referendum, preliminary results showed.
"We've pretty much got one in every two people saying it should be legalised."
The staunch advocate for legalising cannabis has sarcastically congratulated her opponents on their apparent victory.
Three of them popped into Newshub Nation for a chat about their backgrounds and what they believe in.
"One of the best interviews of a politician I've ever seen."
"I don't want to hear any of that rubbish."
They are instead opting for a 'place-based' approach to measure need.
Robertson and Goldsmith went head-to-head on the economy on Newshub Nation on Saturday morning.
The party also pledged to slash waiting times for treatment of acute or severe issues.
Four of the leaders from the minor parties fess up their crimes.
Four leaders from the minor parties faced off this week in the Newshub Nation Powerbrokers debate.
Watch the full Newshub Nation Powerbrokers debate.