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Labour's Andrew Kirton who came under fire in the wake of the Labour Party youth camp allegations is leaving his job as general secretary to join Air New Zealand.
The cap on the number of public servants is to be lifted, with the Government blaming it for a surge in contractor spending costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a year.
Changes proposed to restrictions coming on foreign buyers may go too far and risk exposing New Zealand to a dangerous over-supply of housing, an economist says.
National leader Simon Bridges says Jacinda Ardern's baby daughter won't do much for his poll ratings, but could end up voting for his party.
The prime minister's office can confirm that she recently received a private congratulatory message from the Queen on the birth of her baby.
Two large fish hooks cradling a smaller one have appeared on the Google homepage to congratulate Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner Clarke Gayford on the birth of their daughter.
The Government has approved a $173 million funding package to give 5000 mental health and addiction workers pay equity.
Former prime minister Helen Clark says the birth of Jacinda Ardern's baby is "a very human story", for both men and women.
It's a baby girl for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the buzz is being felt not just locally but all over the world.
The small degrees of separation between Kiwis is being blamed for accusations made by the National Party about a relationship between a Queenstown developer and Associate Finance Minister David Parker.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth on Thursday, and her baby will grow up to be part of a generation that, based on statistics, could live a long life that lasts well into the next century.
Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford welcome a baby girl, 10 hours after they drove to hospital. The new family have been inundated with congratulations from world leaders, MPs and former PM Helen Clark.
OPINION: The world was watching as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern went into labour, and so was Parliament - even if the politicians tried to pretend it was business as usual.
Officials and the Chinese owner of a Wairarapa sheep station are deadlocked over public access to a forest hut and tramping route.
International news organisations have joined in the excitement as Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern enters hospital to give birth to her first child.