A pay equity settlement worth $173.5 million has been reached with mental health and addiction support workers.
Farmers will now be told when a neighbouring farm has been infected with mycoplasma bovis.
The Government has announced that it will lift a cap on core public servants
As New Zealand’s GDP growth slows, Grant Robertson and Amy Adams clash on whether this is sign of "transition" or a symptom of decline
The Social Investment Agency is the embodiment of one of the previous Government’s key policy planks, so what does it do under a Labour government? The acting Chief Executive Dorothy Adams tells Thomas Coughlan.
GDP grew by 0.5 percent in the March 2018 quarter, slowing from 0.6 percent growth in each of the previous two quarters.
National MPs have called on Health Minister David Clark to show whether the Government's health spending meets even his own expectations.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation has given notice to district health boards that nurses will strike next month.
The Government has bowed to pressure from developers and offered an exemption to the foreign buyers ban.
Nurses and teachers are pushing the Labour Government for massive pay increases, but the Government is rejecting their claims on the grounds of being fiscally responsible -- for now. Thomas Coughlan reports.