Wellington City Council workers may get a pay rise to a level researchers say is needed to live a decent life.
Bob Parker says there wouldn't have been a building consents "crisis" if Gerry Brownlee hadn't declared one.
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 occupation of a person under suspicion of leaking confidential Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) documents has been revealed.
The opposition's plan to revive manufacturing won't be taken seriously by anyone, Prime Minister John Key says.
Mana leader Hone Harawira says a new food in schools programme doesn't go far enough, but ACT's John Banks says the issue should be left to parents.
The Govt's food in schools plan has been revealed, and includes an expansion of the current 'KickStart Breakfast' programme.
The Government will unveil its food in schools plan tomorrow, but the public's verdict is already in – just do it.
NZ's human rights record has been tainted by laws to deal with a mass arrival of asylum seekers and a lack of child poverty initiatives.
Law professor Andrew Geddis says a section in a bill allowing family carers to look after disabled relatives may be unconstitutional.
Kids at low-decile schools may be fed five times a week, with the Government looking at increasing a programme that provides breakfast.
Anticipated measures to tackle child poverty noticeably absent from Finance Minister Bill English's fifth Budget.
The Government's hinting at more programmes like Food in Schools, with business contributing to the cost.
Finance Minister Bill English has confirmed Thursday's Budget will include new spending aimed at addressing child poverty.
A giant inflatable rat will join a picket outside an Auckland supermarket as workers protest against the new youth minimum wage, their union says.
Luxury apartments in Sydney built by private developers are being used as state houses.
Foodstuffs says no decisions have been made about youth wages, despite protests at Pak n' Save this morning.
Three weeks ago, Winston Peters made a speech to Grey Power in Takapuna, entitled - "Auckland, super city or sin city?"
The Nation reporter Torben Akel took a close look at her background and asked some of her peers: has her luck run out?
Peter Dunne has resigned as a minister; but is that enough for Winston Peters?
Conservation Minister Nick Smith says the decision he is about to make is the toughest of his career.
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