"Who does that? ... You don't record someone like that."
"That member's never seen a shovel... and it shows."
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Foreign Minister Winston Peters have spoken out against China's new law.
You can come here at 55 and not lift a finger for this country - and still be entitled to the pension 10 years later, says Duncan Garner.
It comes a day after an audio recording of the Fisheries Minister blaming NZ First MPs for the delay went public.
He made the comments in a conversation with The Telegraph.
Politicians are weighing in on the new law described as a "terrifying breach of democracy".
Peters is not the Fisheries Minister and should butt out of Stuart Nash's job, writes Duncan Garner.
"Winston Peters and Shane Jones have made it very clear they do not want cameras on boats."
The Government was concerned about people coming from COVID-19 hotspots.
David Seymour says New Zealand First has "let down a lot of people".
New Zealand is one of several countries complaining.
"I think they will be tempted to at least keep that option open."
"They should have lifted the drawbridge and said 'sorry you're too late.'"
New funding will go to developing an 18.8 hectare blueberry orchard on Māori land.
Another poll has suggested New Zealand First won't make it back into Parliament.
Labour and Green MPs have given up hiding their growing frustrations with New Zealand First vetoing their flagship policies.
NZ First leader Winston Peters denied he was blocking light rail.
"My heart is crying out that this was so unnecessary and tragic."
Winston Peters believes Kiwi returnees should have gone home "much sooner".