Opposition parties are being accused of misleading the public by claiming budget cuts will affect frontline policing.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has described the Budget as "fiscal deception".
MidCentral Health is defending its care of an elderly man who waited several hours in Palmerston North Hospital and left without seeing a doctor.
NZ First's policy to buy back shares in partially privatised power companies may make it hard to form a government with National.
NZ First is worried that 49 work visas issued for checkout operators mean Kiwis have missed out on jobs.
The president of NZ First's youth wing has signed a pledge in favour of same-sex marriage, going against the party's official stance.
Independent MP Brendan Horan is attempting to one-up his former party, NZ First, with a call for a referendum on gay marriage.
NZ First wants people over 65 to be given a 25 percent rebate on their health insurance premiums.
NZ First wants street prostitution banned and has drafted a bill to make it illegal.
Plain packaging for tobacco products will keep lawyers busy for years and achieve nothing else, NZ First says.
Although John Key says Prosser's comments show a lack of talent in NZ First, he's still prepared to partner with them to form a Government.
NZ First MP Richard Prosser has apologised over a series of inflammatory comments made about Muslim men - but he stopped short of a complete back down
MP Richard Prosser's comments about banning Muslim men from flying are an embarrassment for New Zealand, Judith Collins says.
Richard Prosser's comments have inflamed Judith Collins who says they’re appalling and irresponsible for an MP to make.
New Zealand First MP Richard Prosser has launched an attack on Muslims, saying they should be banned from flying because they could be terrorists.
Royalties the Government collects from natural resources should be shared with the regions, NZ First says.
NZ First is outraged an Australian company is looking to import foreign construction workers to New Zealand.
The Government is defending its claim that The Hobbit films created 3000 jobs.
NZ First is demanding Warner Bros repay $67 million in tax subsidies since The Hobbit's earnings topped $1 billion.
Today was Brendan Horan’s first day in Parliament as an independent MP, and it was a day of defiance.
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