Hundreds of people have marched across the country against the presence of genetically modified seeds fed to animals and foods in New Zealand.
Auckland, our biggest city, is forecast to grow by up to another million people over the next 30 years.
The Nation reporter Torben Akel took a close look at her background and asked some of her peers: has her luck run out?
The fight over the Ikaroa-Rawhiti electorate is on and it's effectively a three-horse race.
The Govt says it's hypocritical of the Greens to criticise the number of 'mum and dad' Mighty River Power investors, when they were responsible for "frightening them off".
A petition boasting more than 37,000 signatures against the use of animal testing in the development of legal highs has been delivered to Parliament.
Tonight comes the Budget announcement you didn't hear yesterday – Food for Schools.
Parents caring for highly disabled adult children are disgusted at the Government's solution.
The health sector has been allocated $400 million of new spending per year for the next four years to be spread over a number of initiatives.
Improvements in ACC’s financial performance will allow the Government to cut levies over the next few years, says ACC Minister Judith Collins.
The pork industry says NZ pigs are at risk from a Government plan to allow raw pork imports from countries with a potentially lethal pig disease.
Hone Harawira is looking forward to seeing new National MP Claudette Hauiti in Parliament, as he thinks she'll help convince her colleagues to vote for his 'feed the kids' bill.
A Napier woman was expecting to receive her own ACC files in the mail but instead received sensitive ACC documents.
MidCentral Health is defending its care of an elderly man who waited several hours in Palmerston North Hospital and left without seeing a doctor.
Labour says the announcement of an extra $21.3 million to fight rheumatic fever ignores Ministry of Health concerns about the programmes.
An extra $21.3 million will go towards cutting rheumatic fever rates in children, nearly doubling funding to fight the disease.
The Government has announced a $70 million increase in funding for aged care and dementia over the next four years.
Campbell Live goes inside the mind of the backbench MP Aaron Gilmore.
Labour MP and former Maori Affairs Minister Parekura Horomia has died at his home in Tolaga Bay today.
By the year 2040, Auckland's population will be somewhere in the region of 2.5 million people. Is Auckland ready for that? No.
Prime Minister John Key has labelled the Labour-led Opposition the "devil beast".
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