The Prime Minister lost use of one of his favourite political weapons today, thanks to a policy U-turn by the Greens.
John Key says he will be "disappointed" if MediaWorks manages to avoid paying a disputed $22 million tax bill.
John Key has thrown his backing behind the Maori Party in the Ikaroa-Rawhiti by-election, despite struggling to remember their candidate's name.
The opposition's plan to revive manufacturing won't be taken seriously by anyone, Prime Minister John Key says.
First home buyers need not be locked out the market by the "speed limit" the Reserve Bank is going to put on mortgages, Prime Minister John Key says.
Prime Minister John Key doubts he is among the world leaders spied on by Britain's GCHQ.
The Government is sending five of its experts to Christchurch to help the council work through building consents.
McDonald's workers striking will be a waste of time if a strike-breaking bill passes into law.
Opposition claims that the Government is in crisis are absurd.
Winston Peters is still saying United Future leader Peter Dunne leaked the Government Communications Security Bureau report and that he can prove it.
Despite Key's denial, it's likely that spy agency the GCSB has access to the PRISM network, according to an expert.
The GCSB does not circumvent the law by getting information on NZ citizens collected under PRISM, says Prime Minister John Key.
John Key hopes Peter Dunne stays an MP, saying his lapse in judgement needs to be put into perspective.
Prime Minister John Key doubts Peter Dunne will face a privileges committee inquiry into the leaked GCSB report.
Peter Dunne has been dealt another blow. He's been forced to quit a powerful parliamentary committee that oversees New Zealand's spies.
Prime Minister John Key has replaced United Future leader and former Revenue and associate Health Minister Peter Dunne following his resignation last week.
United Future leader Peter Dunne is expected to dig in his heels despite pressure to leave Parliament.
Prime Minister John Key is not responding to allegations former minister Peter Dunne leaked other information to media.
Prime Minister John Key is dismissing suggestions that he could be forced to call a snap election because of Peter Dunne's resignation.
A decision on whether to strip Sir Douglas Graham of his knighthood rests entirely with Prime Minister John Key, who appears reluctant to do so.
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