One of the very reasons I entered politics and was so interested in taking up the Health portfolio is to try and make people’s lives better.
Young Kiwis in their thousands came together demanding action on the greatest issue of our generation.
For National's own sake, today should NOT be the day. Here's why - I'm being told a capital gains tax is likely to be revealed today.
It seems there's been some major miscommunication - or someone's not telling the truth. Somebody's misleading us, or somebody's incompetent.
It's the friend you invite to the party as you think it's the right thing to do. Only he shows up slurring, stinking of booze, and ruins everything.
When these suggestions are looked at more closely, however, it is clear that they simply don’t make sense.
Nearly half of kiwis have experienced bullying or harassment at work because of gender, ethnicity, age, disability or sexual orientation.
ACT Party leader David Seymour describes the benefits that capitalism has brought New Zealand in 100 years and explains what ACT would do in power.
Fixing gun laws is just the beginning. The next steps must involve looking at our community spaces. I know our hate speech laws aren't working.
It's not really about what he said, or even free speech. It's about his job as Australia's best player and the guy who can break open any defence.
There are five reasons nobody should be offended by Israel Folau and nothing should be done about his comments.
Amy Adams, National's Finance spokesperson argues that higher costs of living and a slowing economic growth are a double hit for New Zealanders.
Duncan Garner says it is important not to censor people like Israel Folau, so we can see what they stand for and "laugh" at them.
Isn't it damning? Isn't it shameful? What an indictment on our health system, Pharmac and the Government's approach, and aren't you embarrassed?