The Greens are reviewing their governing constitution to bring it up to speed with the challenges of government.
The Government will look at whether stronger tests should be set for land sales involving water takes when it embarks on the second stage of the Overseas Investment Act review.
The Government hopes its new procurement and planning agency will help it navigate its way out of the infrastructure hole, Thomas Coughlan reports.
The Government is to create a new infrastructure agency to oversee its investment and long-term planning in infrastructure.
Phil Twyford says he will draw up what he calls an action plan with the beleaguered construction industry to address its deep-rooted problems, Thomas Coughlan reports.
The National Party is promising that a wholesale bill with its proposals for the reform of the Resource Management Act will be drawn up for 2019.
Last month New Zealand on Air announced $31 million in funding to broadcasters, but National MP Melissa Lee says there is not enough scrutiny over how that money is spent, Thomas Coughlan reports.
A war of words has erupted between National and the Government over the falling value of the Kiwi dollar, Thomas Coughlan reports.
Pre-qualification for KiwiBuild homes opened on Monday, with Kiwibank swiftly announcing a new home loan catering to prospective buyers, Thomas Coughlan reports.
The Greens have won a big concession from the One Billion Trees programme, forcing Shane Jones to accept that two-thirds of the trees planted will be natives, Thomas Coughlan reports.