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The prison population has once again surpassed the 10,000 mark but officials are putting it down to a trend.
Facebook quick to confirm it will send 'top exec' to summit hosted by Ardern and Emmanuel Macron in Paris.
Speculation is swirling that Pharmac has ignored pleas to fund a 'game-changing' breast cancer drug due to weak evidence.
OPINION: The Christchurch Call is in the name of our city and we all have a responsibility to participate.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is confident New Zealanders attending Anzac Day commemorations in Turkey will be safe.
National Party leader "sceptical" about the Prime Minister's international campaign to end the use of social media for terrorism.
OPINION: For those with a belief in the public interest of evidence-based policy, the shelving of a CGT is a setback.
OPINION: Sri Lanka is banning social media access in the aftermath of deadly bombings. It's a dangerous path.
National leader is pushing law change to automatically index income tax brackets to inflation, ending "bracket creep".
Finance Minister forecasts "significant investment" in mental health services in next month's Budget.
Anything championed by former Finance Minister Sir Michael Cullen would face a stiff hurdle on the road to public acceptance.
OPINION: The minister responsible for agriculture is also responsible for animal welfare. It's like leaving the fox in charge of the hen house.
National List MP Jo Hayes is not ruling out going home to represent her people in Te Tai Hauauru, one of seven Māori electorates.
OPINION: Illegal parking obstructing footpaths and driveways is being left to whistle-blowers to tackle.