She resigned from Nikki Kaye's election campaign after admitting to leaking details of COVID-19 patients.
Jacinda Ardern said Hamish Walker used people's personal information as a political weapon.
Todd Muller has accepted Hamish Walker's decision to withdraw his candidacy for the seat of Southland.
The Trust says it is confident it did not breach anyone's privacy.
But Don Brash questions how Michelle Boag got her hands on it in the first place.
The ex-National Party president admitted to passing COVID-19 patient data to an MP.
National leader Todd Muller says the Clutha-Southland MP's actions were "completely unacceptable".
Todd Muller is right to demote him, writes Duncan Garner.
It's difficult to see how Walker will survive this political storm when he kept his role in the leak quiet for four days.
The Opposition leader says he's written to The National Party board outlining his concerns.
National MP Hamish Walker admitted leaking NZ's coronavirus patient details .
A National MP admitted to leaking the data on Tuesday evening.
Michelle Boag as resigned from her role as acting chief executive of the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust.
"Farmers will shudder at the document's multiple suggestions that the entire sector needs 'transformation'."
Dr Jian Yang was bumped up the National Party's list in Todd Muller's reshuffle.
Party members believe she can win the election outright.
"Nothing Labour promises you this election will be delivered - except more tax for you to pay."
Bennett says it would be better if the money was spent "on real projects that make a difference".
Collins said she is "happy" to support National's "perfectly nice" incumbent leader, Todd Muller.
Clare Curran says she still feels "traumatised" by the bullying.
"New Zealanders can look at the National Party and see themselves."
Leader Todd Muller says the motorway would run between Cambridge and Piarere.
Aaron Hawkins says Hamish Walker's comments were a "dog whistle".
The legislation passed with support from the National Party.
"Be assured that we do," he told RNZ.
"It is a caricature and a cartoonist's dream."
"Hopefully the Greens will reassert their values as a party that stands up for free speech."
"Clark did not deliver to the standards that we expected, neither through the lockdown or the border management in recent weeks."
"That member's never seen a shovel... and it shows."
ACT leader David Seymour also lashed out at the PM for deciding to keep Clark in the role.