Businesses will also not be able to rely on cheap labour from overseas anymore.
Auckland boaties currently pay 95c in tax, mostly used to fund road and rail projects.
Construction worker hasn't seen her young children for a year.
Meanwhile school attendance and hospitalisation rates are improving.
It comes after two weeks of National attacking the Government over a 'separatist agenda'.
"If we find this attitude acceptable, then I find this in disrepute," Rawiri Waititi said.
ECE teachers earn on average a third less than their kindergarten counterparts.
Meanwhile Judith Collins says there is 'absolutely' no systemic racism in the police.
Gang members and criminals will no longer be able to own firearms.
Meanwhile other industries are disappointed at missing out.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will be speaking after Cabinet this afternoon.
Dr Ashley Bloomfield has defended the snap bubble decision as "the right thing to do".
It comes after a week of heated debate in Parliament about the authority and its powers.
'[He] sent me secret recordings of us having sex ... I didn't know that they existed.'
NZ First's failed re-election bid cost it over half a million dollars.
Meanwhile the Government has been for removing 'genocide' from the motion.
'I am a pretty robust guy but that kind of scared me,' said National MP Matt Doocey.
Police Association says it comes just as they are about to begin pay negotiations.
Raises for those earning between $60,000 and $100,000 only in 'exceptional circumstances'.
Ardern says Māori self-determination is not something 'to be afraid of'.
Act's Brooke van Velden is 'disappointed' but happy to still debate human rights issues.
Meanwhile National MPs are backing their leader's 'separatist' comments.
Ardern says any decision would not undermine "grave concerns" over human rights abuses.
"It is sad it has been used to create fear, the objective was the opposite."
The Act Party is seeking support to debate the motion in the House on Wednesday.
As Aotearoa's housing crisis deepens, experts warn of intergenerational impacts.
Mfat says the tweet was issued 'in error'.
The Māori Party meanwhile wants a mature national conversation rather than 'race-baiting'.
The number and cost of desired extra medicines has been released for the first time.
They say it treats "migrant workers as cheap labour and second class citizens".
She wants the public to have a say on the Government's proposal.
Act and National both raised concerns over the process.