Labour MP Lianne Dalziel has formally announced she will run for Christchurch's mayoralty later this year.
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The NZTA is being accused of wasting taxpayer money, spending tens of thousands ...
Embattled United Future leader Peter Dunne says his party losing its registration and his resignation as a minister provided a boost to the party's membership.
Wellington's mayor has favoured a better bus system for the capital after her preferred light rail project blew out to nearly $1 billion.
The Justice Minister hopes new legislation designed to deal with organised crime will make businesses look at how they tackle issues like corruption.
ACC levies have gone down under this government, but at what cost? A prominent wellington lawyer says ACC is getting rid of injured people from its book to make those saving.
The Government is going to strengthen money laundering and identity fraud laws as part of its drive to eradicate organised crime.
The occupation of a person under suspicion of leaking confidential Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) documents has been revealed.
A new law is in place allowing communities to stop bars or liquor stores opening if people think they'll be bad for the neighbourhood.
Housing Minister Nick Smith and Auckland's Mayor Len Brown released the draft blueprint today, opening it up for public discussion.
John Key says he will be "disappointed" if MediaWorks manages to avoid paying a disputed $22 million tax bill.
Three weeks ago, Winston Peters made a speech to Grey Power in Takapuna, entitled - "Auckland, super city or sin city?"
For Peter Dunne it's another day and another big political setback. The Electoral Commission has shot down United Future again.
McDonald's workers striking will be a waste of time if a strike-breaking bill passes into law.
The NZTA is being accused of wasting taxpayer money, spending tens of thousands of dollars on flash videos hardly anyone is watching.
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