"In my view even the supporters of euthanasia should oppose this Bill," Mr English says.
"It's a birthright of New Zealanders to buy homes in New Zealand, not the birthright of overseas people - for them it's a privilege."
Threats of further strike action by teachers has not pleased Education Minister Chris Hipkins.
National MP Judith Collins wants to know who leaked National leader Simon Bridges' roadshow expenses to Newshub.
This week, leaked documents to Newshub showed Simon Bridges' roadshow spending, adding up to more than $100,000.
John Palino has signalled intent to run for Auckland Mayor in 2019 – which would mark his third crack at mayoralty.
The Project's Kanoa Lloyd joined Morning Talk to weigh in on the issue.
He scored the former Government even lower than Helen Clark's time in the beehive.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the primary school teachers’ strike is a culmination of the previous Government's neglect.
National has "some sympathy" for ACT's plan to cut the number of MPs and the Māori seats, but isn't sure the hassle would be worth it.
Children's Minister Tracey Martin and Chief Censor David Shanks are teaming up to look at what can be done about amount of online porn seen by youth.
Judith Collins has explained why she hasn't removed her now-infamous fake news tweet.
The bill clarifies the grounds for bereavement leave, particularly around leave granted for ‘the death of a child’.
The Government has announced that single-use plastic bags will be phased out over the next year.
The scheme will apply to young people who have spent six or more months on a benefit.
The change has come about because of many stories of young brides forced by their parents to marry for cultural reasons.
Health Minister David Clark is wary of side-stepping Pharmac to buy newly developed cancer drugs, following a claim that Kiwis are "missing out".
Mitch Harris talks with NZ First MP Shane Jones on Mark Mitchell, Judith Collins, Iwi radio funding and the Don Brash free speech issue.
Vice Chancellor Jan Thomas said “security concerns” were behind the cancellation.
Jacinda Ardern has defended her Government's economic management after returning from maternity leave.
Was the collapse of Ebert construction a sign New Zealand's construction sector is in trouble?
The latest TVNZ-Colmar Brunton preferred Prime Minister poll had the National Party leader on 10 percent.
Business confidence is down and two building firms have gone under in the past week - but Grant Robertson says don't panic.
John Dybvig shares his take on the latest news of the week from the United States.
The National Party leader sat down with RadioLIVE to share his career story so far.
In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Trudi Nelson on Sunday 5th August.
They’re controversial, they’ve divided the nation, they’ve been described as racist, sexist, bigoted, Nazi sympathisers and white supremacists.
Judith Collins says if Jacinda Ardern needs a day off being Prime Minister, she should take it.
It has been revealed that between 40 and 45 people have likely died from synthetic drugs since last June.
A psychologist says his comment was nothing less than bullying.
It'll be the first full-day strike by primary school teachers in 24 years.
Primary school teachers are asking for $350 million per year, which Nikki Kaye suggests could have been paid twice over.
The high cost of hospital care has rubbed some taxpayers the wrong way.
Acting Prime Minister Winston Peter has called news primary school teachers will extend a planned strike to a full day "hugely disappointing".
Duncan Garner and Winston Peters finally make amends on his final day as Acting Prime Minister.
Business confidence has plummeted to its lowest level in a decade, a new survey has found.
Simon Bridges says more Kiwis are on the dole because the Government has eased up on sanctions on beneficiaries.
Dr Scott Waghorn told The AM Show dentists across the country would love to provide cheaper care.
Journalist Tim Watkin discusses his new book, The Big Questions: What is New Zealand’s future?
For the first time in ten years, P!NK will be performing in New Zealand; touring in support of her #1 Platinum hit album, Beautiful Trauma.