New data released by the Ministry of Business this week shows rents have risen $175 a week since Labour took office since 2017.
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Hipkins hoists Labour’s election chances but not quite enough to rule
Labour has regained the lead in the Taxpayers' Union political poll for the first time since March last year – but it wouldn’t have enough MPs to form a government on the numbers.
Senior doctors back Māori Health Authority
The country’s most senior healthcare professionals have seized on Waitangi Day to throw their support behind the Māori Health Authority.
Differing views as politicians descend on Waitangi
In his first speech at Waitangi as prime minister, Chris Hipkins declared non-Māori had nothing to fear in confronting injustices against Māori.
Prime Minister switch may see voter allegiances shift
New Zealand First, the Green Party, The Opportunities Party but especially the Māori Party may have to watch their backs as the election approaches, according to a new political poll.
Prime Minister stepping down; new PM by Monday
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will step down on February 7. A caucus vote will be held on Sunday for a new party leader and prime minister.
Winston Peters rules out NZ First coalition with Labour
Photo / File New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has ruled out forming a coalition government with Labour after the next election.
Winston Peters starts his election campaign with a prediction
Onetime kingmaker, now psychic? New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is predicting a snap general election that Labour will lose and he says his party is ready for a political comeback.
Winston Peters attacks Labour government and policies based 'purely on race'
Credit / Newshub Winston Peters has levelled a blistering attack on the Labour government at NZ First's party conference in Christchurch on Saturday.
National, ACT could govern alone
Act, the political party that says a bottom line for it to agree to partner National in a government is a referendum on keeping the Treaty of Waitangi, has seen its popularity drift south this mont