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RNZ News As New Zealand's former climate change minister James Shaw prepares to step down from the Green Party's co-leadership role, the space has opened...

ANALYSIS: By Cassandra Mudgway, University of Canterbury The high-stress nature of working in politics is increasingly taking a toll on staff and politicians. But an...

RNZ News Former Green Party MP Golriz Ghahraman -- a leading voice in Aotearoa New Zealand's Parliament for human rights, an independent foreign policy, and...

ANALYSIS: By Adrian Beaumont, The University of Melbourne While the tide well and truly went out on Labour on election night in Aotearoa New Zealand,...

RNZ News Hundreds of protesters have marched to Aotearoa New Zealand's Parliament in Wellington today, where streets were closed and the precinct blocked off in...

ANALYSIS: By Annie Te One, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington In his maiden speech to Parliament in 2020, Te Pāti Māori co-leader...

By Russell Palmer, RNZ News digital political journalist Parliament has ended for another term, shutting down ahead of the Aotearoa New Zealand election campaign with...

By RNZ reporters and Rachael Nath of RNZ Pacific Fiji Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka was welcomed to the New Zealand Parliament yesterday while on his...

THE HOUSE: By Johnny Blades, journalist If elected representatives have their work cut out for them to create the slightest social or political change through...

RNZ News Jacinda Ardern will largely be remembered in Aotearoa New Zealand as the prime minister whose pandemic-era policies saved thousands of Kiwi lives, according...

RNZ News It has been a year since the violent end of the illegal occupation at Parliament in Aotearoa New Zealand. If you thought you...