"This is not a pot of money that's just sitting waiting to be spent," says Jacinda Ardern.
The AM Show host Duncan Garner confronted Bridges with internal party polling that puts his favourability rating at negative 25 percent.
“The reality is Beef + Lamb is already on the bus in relation to water quality."
“This is not about throwing the baby out with the bathwater and creating an NRA-style lobbying campaign or anything like that."
The prospect of slowing economic growth should be a "trigger" for the Government to borrow and spend, says one of the country's leading economists.
New measures to combat loan shark lenders who charge high interest on small loans will be introduced by the Government.
The Government could save $2.5 billion if it's willing to ditch its Auckland CBD to airport light rail plan in favour of extending existing rail lines
"They've kept this for a rainy day, they just kept all this money on the side."
Logan Skinner’s budget-friendly park in Franz Josef could soon face stiff competition with freedom camping facilities just down the road.
Jacinda Ardern addressed how the Government plans to tackle its emission targets for 2050.
The Deputy Prime Minister joins RadioLIVE's Mark Sainsbury to reflect on the week's news.
The Prime Minister has doubled down on her crusade against the fuel industry.
Simon Bridges says he's learned his lesson and won't be talking about Jami-Lee Ross' health issues anymore.
People react well to being trusted. They react badly to being kept in the dark, argues Rodney Hide.
Rotorua’s base and helicopter has been sold, with five trusts joined together to cover the central region.
Law changes intended to minimise harm from booze aren’t working, a new study suggests.
Judith Collins has defended her boss' use of the word "embarrassing" to describe a fellow MP's health problems.
The GCSB says such attacks made it clear New Zealand needs robust national systems to address cyber threats.
There is a "smell of death" around Simon Bridges' leadership of the National Party, according to a leading political commentator.
The AM Show host slammed Simon Bridges for the way he announced Jami-Lee Ross's personal leave.
Local iwi Ngāti Oneone had long opposed the statue sitting on their ancestral mountain.
Mr Seymour’s End of Life Choice Bill passed its first reading last year, and is currently before a select committee.
New Zealand First's Bill is "not a Government bill," the Prime Minister emphasised.
NZ First wants migrants to be tested on them - but there's little consensus on what they are.
The National Party leader says Winston Peters' attacks may be good publicity - for him.
This week: Outspoken broadcaster Mark Watson; Rock Royalty Harry Lyon; John Dybvig; and much more.
The Māori caucus within the Labour Party has faced fierce criticism for their support of Meka Whaitiri as co-chair.
"She's exceptionally diplomatic, especially when it comes to the President of the US."
A criminal defence lawyer says the establishment of an independent body to look at miscarriages of justice is long overdue.
"I think that's what made us very interested... it's all very strange."
It means a second national strike is now back on the table, two months on from a nationwide strike in August.
Every Tuesday, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters joins RadioLIVE’s Mark Sainsbury for a chat on the week’s news.
New Plymouth Mayor Neil Holdom says the Government has "no plan" for Taranaki's future without oil and gas.
The Prime Minister's visit to New York is creating unprecedented interest from local media outlets for a New Zealand politician.
Even though it appears leader Simon Bridges hasn't actually read the NZ First proposal.
"They're all going to want to touch her and meet her," The AM Show host said.
Simon Bridges says he and Jacinda Ardern have been working behind the scenes to develop an "enduring" plan to combat climate change.
Shoplifters could be fined up to $1500 on the spot for pocketing goods if a private member’s bill gets the thumbs up.
A quick-thinking Kris Faafoi has avoided being tripped up on one of the less consequential dramas that has enveloped Parliament of late.