Judith Collins took the Twittersphere by storm last night, engaging in "banter" with trolls and casually offending opposition MPs with a crafty hashtag.
Justice Minister Judith Collins has responded to criticism of the Government's decision not to adopt changes to MMP before the next election.
Cabinet appears to have rejected Justice Minister Judith Collins' original choice for Race Relations Commissioner - an unnamed male candidate.
Opposition parties are urging the Govt to introduce changes to the electoral system before the 2014 election.
Justice Minister Judith Collins says political parties have not reached a consensus on the matter so changes won't be adopted before 2014.
The Law Society is "very relieved" by Justice Minister Judith Collins' backdown on hardline Family Court changes.
Justice Minister Judith Collins is going to study leadership at the prestigious John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Dame Susan Devoy's appointment as Race Relations Commissioner has been criticised as a result of a myriad of comments.
The High Court has ruled David Bain's judicial review will be held in Auckland.
Opposition parties are accusing Justice Minister Judith Collins of cronyism for appointing Jackie Blue as Equal Employment Opportunities Commissioner.
Lawyers are arguing about whether Bain’s review should be held in Auckland or Wellington.
A person involved in uncovering security flaws at the Ministry of Justice says Judith Collins has got it wrong.
Labour MP Clare Curran is disputing Justice Minister Judith Collins' assertion that her ministry's website is safe from hackers.
A hacker who tried to get into the Ministry of Justice website didn't get past the front door, Justice Minister Judith Collins says.
A mother whose son died after being the victim of cyber bullying says the criminal justice system should be a last resort.
The Government is proposing a law to punish cyber bullies who use the internet to harass others.
The Government is cracking down on cyber bullies with a raft of measures including new offences carrying prison sentences.
The appointment of former squash champ Susan Devoy as race relations commissioner has been called a "one-fingered salute".
The Ethnic Affairs Minister believes most New Zealanders would be appalled by yesterday's white supremacist march in Christchurch.
Newly appointed Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy already faces criticism over views that burqas are "disconcerting".
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