ANALYSIS: Donald Trump wants to pivot to the Indo-Pacific and may want to revive a 'Quad' alliance between Japan, the US, Australia, and India. Sam Sachdeva explains why Jacinda Ardern will have to tread carefully.
Bill English says his new role on the world stage is "challenging and energising", and he is trying to pick up where John Key left off - albeit with his own style. Sam Sachdeva reports.
In today's email we take a deeper look at the Hobsonville housing development,which is the model for the government's planned house building programme.
With grassy paddocks and snow-capped mountains, Bill English’s time in Hokkaido could have almost passed for New Zealand instead of Japan.
In today's email we look into one way Phil Goff might plug the gap in Auckland Council's transport funding, and we report from Bill English's visit to Japan.
While rugby and politics mix easily in New Zealand, the union is not without its occasional pitfalls - just ask John Key and his infamous three-way handshake at the Rugby World Cup.
With dozens of Japanese and New Zealand flags lining the street outside his official residence, it was perhaps fitting that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described the two countries as “flagbearers of free trade”.
Prime Minister Bill English has backed tough talk against North Korea, saying recent cyber attacks show New Zealand is not immune from the actions of the rogue state.
United States companies could still win big from the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal despite the country’s decision to withdraw from talks, our government has confirmed.
In today's email we look at why the comments by rookie minister Alfred Ngaro throw a spotlight on one of the weaknesses of Bill English's social investment approach.