The National Party pocketed more than $3 million in undisclosed donations over the past three years, the Green Party says.
Opposition MPs have criticised the inquiry into claims National MP Judith Collins was "gunning for" a chief executive she was responsible for, saying it was too narrow.
New Labour leader Andrew Little took his first crack at the Government today, giving a lively speech about a damning report released into the SIS.
Labour leader Andrew Little has unveiled the party's revamped front bench, appointing Annette King as his new deputy.
Did you know that there is an enormous problem with people flushing unwanted items down the toilet?
The head of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet has apologised for hugging Roger Sutton when he resigned last week.
An investigation has found the Obama administration did nothing wrong in their response to the deadly 2012 attack on the United States consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
PR consultant Trish Sherson and Labour MP David Shearer discuss the week in politics.
US President Barack Obama has unveiled his immigration plan, saying lifting the threat of expulsion from five million undocumented migrants would be "more fair and just".
The dust has barely settled on midterm elections, but ex-senator Jim Webb has become the first candidate in America's upcoming presidential race.
Today brought a visit from China's President and two new signs of China's growing interest in New Zealand.
3 News Australia correspondent Tom McRae wraps up the week in news across the Tasman.
How vulnerable are we to Ebola in New Zealand? And how prepared are we?
US President Barack Obama has ordered a comprehensive review of US policy on "overseas terrorist-related" hostage cases.
Political commentator Chris Trotter discusses Andrew Little's Labour win and whether John Key will be seeing a fourth term.
Andrew Little has been named the new Labour leader, following a month or so of nationwide hustings.
New Zealand had a relatively rare honour today, with the world's most powerful woman AAA German Chancellor Angela Merkel - gracing our shores.
Prime Minister John Key has had a busy day showing Germany's Chancellor and Canada's Prime Minister around Auckland.
Laila Harre and Ryan Malone join Paul Henry to discuss the week in politics.
The Pike River families have given up the fight to get back into the mine that claimed the lives of 29 men when it blew up four years ago.
US President Barack Obama has promised to work with his Republican opponents after their midterm election victory, but also warned that he would take executive action on immigration.
The GCSB has responded to election week allegations it carries out mass surveillance on New Zealanders, denying its programmes are for anything other than cyber security.
The Prime Minister has committed New Zealand to the fight against Islamic State (IS), but without combat.
The Prime Minister says there are around 30 to 40 New Zealanders on a security intelligence watchlist who are perceived as a potential terror threat or are involved with IS.
Americans have voted in key midterm elections expected to hand control of the Senate to Republicans.
The United Nations says it urgently needs more than $220 million to help displaced Iraqis get through the coming winter.
Tomorrow is midterm election day in the United States to decide which party will control the Senate.
Green Party MP Steffan Browning has come up with an unusual take on how to cure Ebola with natural, alternative medicine.
While a law change based on the outcome of the 'Roast Busters' investigation is unlikely, the Government says work is being done to review the justice system around victims of crime.
Cabinet today approved the two referendum process for potentially choosing a new New Zealand flag.
Today was John Banks' chance for redemption. He was presenting evidence to the Court of Appeal that he said would exonerate him.
A new UNICEF report reveals New Zealand has made almost no progress towards reducing child poverty in the past six years.