Māori Party co-leader Rawiri Waititi asked why the procurement target isn't 16 percent to reflect the Māori population.
Labour MPs voted against a Health Select Committee inquiry into the Government's drug-buying agency.
MPs from across the aisle are concerned about a loophole and privacy issues with the Government's new tax law.
National is the only political party to oppose the law change.
The petition has received more than 39,000 signatures.
"It's time to put the health of young Kiwis first."
"It does look like it could very much duplicate work that's already happening."
Opposition leader Judith Collins questioned how more taxes will build more houses.
"None of the Green Party's responses would actually build one house."
Internal Affairs Minister Jan Tinetti has come under fire.
"I must say the irony has not escaped me."
The AM Show host was pushing the National leader on how she's going to address the issue of diversity within the party.
The Finance Minister appears to have cracked under attacks from National and ACT, says Ryan Bridge.
"We have a responsibility to deliver to those communities who voted for us," says Jacinda Ardern.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson disputes that he copied them.
"We are committed to utilising the review results to help shape this next term."
"There's nothing wrong with middle aged white people."
National Party president Peter Goodfellow hit out at the media and the Government's ‘televangelistic' coronavirus updates at National's AGM.
Ardern says the National Party was unconcerned over skyrocketing prices.
The new National board member said National's election woes were of its own making.
He thanked the party and board members for their "vote of confidence" in him.
"We did not spend enough time talking about the things that matter to New Zealanders."
"If we underestimate Jacinda and her advisers, we will be in Opposition for a very long time."
National Party president Peter Goodfellow has led a tirade against the Labour Government.
The fate of the National Party's president following a disastrous election result will be decided on Saturday.
Pike River Recovery Agency staff are closing in on an area which is critical for forensic examination.
They reportedly went back despite being asked to stay away until they had the all-clear from health officials.
ACT's primary industries spokesperson says the Government "won't lift a finger" to support seasonal workers.
"This is extraordinary that the Government's taking so long to bring Parliament back."
National wants to ensure the $28b Funding for Lending Programme doesn't flow into the unaffordable housing market.