Comment: There is no need for the Act Party’s ‘principles’, because there are not two treaties. There is only one – Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Ayesha Verrall grew immensely as a politician in her first term in Parliament. Now she looks to expand from health to another hot button portfolio
Christopher Luxon’s new 100-day plan of action has a lot of aspiration but not quite as much substance
Govt agencies are to face tougher accountability, with the new Parliament to decide on a special select committee on performance reporting
Act and National have committed to examine the Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme at Auckland University. Even ‘reviewing’ the programme is hurtful and upsetting.
Governments govern and oppositions oppose, in the same way they did under First Past the Post
Where climate change appears in the new Government’s coalition agreements, it is usually in the context of scrapping or deprioritising climate policies
Restoring interest deductibility for property investors will cost Government tax coffers a projected $900m – with a ‘highly unusual’ twist
The Sixth Labour government stands out among its peers. Is it for the right reasons? asks Joe Pagani.
Reimagining our world as one where race has no relationship to what happens in our lives is doomed to fail
Mining boss admits giant crawler would ‘totally destroy’ seabed, but says what little marine flora and fauna is there would recover quickly.
Tax cuts and repealing Labour’s laws are the Government’s focus for the next few weeks