Labour leader David Shearer says the Government should introduce a 'warrant of fitness' for rental accommodation.
National MP Aaron Gilmore has attended his last caucus meeting.
Labour and the Greens are scorning the Government's plan for quick-build homes in Auckland and say it won't solve the affordability problem.
The Labour Party has slammed the Government’s Budget, a week before it has been officially released.
Prime Minister John Key is failing to look after the interests of hard-working New Zealanders, Labour leader David Shearer says.
Teachers are grumpier with the Government than ever, despite slow – but steady – improvements to payroll system Novopay.
While 48 percent of voters say Dotcom should stay, almost as many – 42 percent – say he should go.
The public has given its verdict on political "brain fades", like those suffered recently by Prime Minister John Key and Labour Party leader David Shearer.
Labour leader David Shearer is headed for the United Kingdom and United States for a series of top-level political meetings.
If an election were held today, National could govern alone.
Labour's David Shearer is heading overseas next week to meet with UK's Labour Party and former NZ PM Helen Clark.
Labour leader David Shearer has this morning reiterated his call for an inquiry into the country's spy agencies.
Labour's chosen the day Mighty River Power shares go on sale to promise that, if elected, it will lower the price of power.
The Government is set to announce its response to a damning report into the country's spy agency.
The GCSB looks likely to be given the legal power to also eavesdrop on New Zealanders.
Bryce Edwards has joined Labour and the Greens in calling for an inquiry into the growing scandal surrounding the GCSB.
Labour leader David Shearer says he would hold an independent external review of security services to restore confidence in them.
David Shearer says John Key "hasn't come clean" about his role in the appointment of GCSB head Ian Fletcher.
Labour leader David Shearer has paid tribute to long-serving Labour MP Warren Freer, who died yesterday.
Patrick Gower says the police have been "ducking and diving" in order to avoid answering questions on the Teina Pora case.
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