Its plan includes spot-checks on people who are required to self-isolate.
David Seymour says debate over whether the Police Commissioner is "woke" or if gang numbers are reliable misses the point.
The Government often criticises National for selling off state homes when it was in power.
"There's only one person that reprimands me, and that's Natalie Bridges."
Bridges is standing by his attack on Police Commissioner Andrew Coster, who he branded a "wokester" last week.
"Can I answer your question?" the police commissioner at one point asked the MP.
ACT leader David Seymour says a better name for the legislation would be the Apartheid Bill.
Collins attracted criticism in October last year for telling media that obese people should "take some personal responsibility" for their weight.
Newshub spoke to registered nurses who haven't been able to see their babies and children for over a year.
"I think there's some questions that need to be asked."
It comes as the Government adds 1000 more transitional housing places with a waiting list of more than 22,000.
The woman will reportedly be released on Tuesday after 28 days in MIQ.
"I question whether there's any value-add."
Dr Reti is pleased with the COVID-19 response: "Why would you want to fire shots if what's happening is a good thing?"
"We have had more than enough wake-up calls".
The video showed Anna Lorck arguing the benefits of Berocca and supplements in Parliament.
Corrections chief Jeremy Lightfoot revealed new details about the six-day stand-off.
Labour made a pre-election promise to outlaw the practice last year, but have yet to introduce any legislation.
Tukituki MP Anna Lorck gave an impassioned speech on the benefits of supplements.
David Seymour says confirmation of the rollout from next week is a "triumph of constructive Opposition".
National MP Louise Upston wants the Government to adopt its JobStart policy.
"It is a disappointing decision made for the wrong reasons," Brown said.
National has described the Government's "tawdry" use of urgency as "disgraceful".
The Government's flexi-wage scheme has been expanded to non-beneficiaries.
Greens co-leader James Shaw revealed the CEO of MBIE called him to clarify the circumstances around his MIQ application.
"Because as a Māori man, it says I'm not good enough because of my whakapapa, because of the colour of my skin."
Collins admits she led the party to a "big, fat stonking loss" at the election - but maintains her job is safe.
"Well I used this thing called Google".
The airline has been providing assistance to Saudi Arabian navy vessels, despite them withholding important supplies during Yemen's humanitarian crisis.
National's Chris Bishop is urging political parties to reconsider if they're comfortable with the Speaker.