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Green Party MP Steffan Browning has come up with an unusual take on how to cure Ebola with natural, alternative medicine.
Opposition MPs say police should search Prime Minister John Key's house and office following revelations he was "told" the identity of the hacker behind Dirty Politics.
While a law change based on the outcome of the 'Roast Busters' investigation is unlikely, the Government says work is being done to review the justice system around victims of crime.
Steffan Browning is in trouble for signing a petition calling for the use of homeopathic remedies to combat Ebola.
Len Brown has proposed to keep the business sector's contribution to rates at the same level to prevent homeowners shouldering an additional burden.
The Police and Justice Ministers will be asked about yesterday's decision not to prosecute in the Roast Busters case during today's question time from 2pm.
Oxfam says only intervention by governments around the world can stop growing inequality – left alone, the market will do nothing.
A live 12-centimetre long Huntsman spider has been found in a shipping container which arrived in Auckland from the Pacific Islands.
Kim Dotcom failed to declare a conviction for dangerous driving when he applied for New Zealand residency, it has been revealed.
The Green Party says an Auckland motorway toll should come after – not before – increasing investment in public transport.
A revised biography of the Prime Minister sheds new light on the events around Nicky Hager's book and its impact on the election campaign.
Cabinet today approved the two referendum process for potentially choosing a new New Zealand flag.
Parliament has delayed by a day the passing of employment law changes that are fiercely opposed by unions.
The Government is being urged to buy electric cars when its fleet of 34 BMWs is replaced.
Today was John Banks' chance for redemption. He was presenting evidence to the Court of Appeal that he said would exonerate him.
A new UNICEF report reveals New Zealand has made almost no progress towards reducing child poverty in the past six years.
The first flag referendum will be held before the end of 2015 and voters will be asked to choose their preferred alternative design from three or four options.
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