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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said this was 'encouraging'.
New Zealand's housing is a national catastrophe.
National Party leader Judith Collins gave her State of the Nation speech, calling for government to use emergency legislation to make it easier to build houses.
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The honeymoon between the media and the new Biden press secretary Jen Psaki is over.
The Government's hit with some home truths after Thursday's "re-announcement".
Border workers can now get saliva tests, but it is not goodbye to the nasal swabs yet.
There have long been calls for head of the embattled ministry to resign.
The ousted political party appears to be mounting a comeback ahead of the 2023 election.
In the face of criticism, Jacinda Ardern is backing the Government's record.
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Jacinda Ardern says the whole world wants a more settled United States.
PM says she will leave 'no stone unturned' when it comes to fixing the housing crisis.
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Ardern is looking for ways to ensure the children's performers can play in NZ.
Ardern is talking on the housing crisis and new US President Joe Biden.
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Deputy chief of staff for the Trump administration was nominated by the US president.
The PM has unveiled a number of regions where 8000 new state houses will go.
Two phone calls, one meeting, one photo: the extent of Ardern and Trump's relationship.
Tomorrow's annual caucus retreat will be bitter-sweet for Chief Whip Kieran McAnulty.