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Jacinda Ardern says she received so much 'feedback' on her hairdo, she did not repeat it.
Spinraza is the only FDA-approved treatment for SMA sufferers.
COMMENT: A conservative Christian party could make a powerful coalition partner for Nats.
A long night in parliament: Marilyn Waring on how NZ abortion laws were manipulated.
Grant Robertson will deliver his second Budget on May 30 and is quite excited about it.
The Government this week called for public submissions on the issue of drug driving tests.
Two-thirds of complaints to internet watchdog Netsafe are made by women.
COMMENT: From the success of Paris, Ardern gets back to some problematic ministers.
NZ scientists are working on a test which could quickly tell if a driver is on drugs.
COMMENT: US research shows our Government was wrong-footed in axing charter schools.
COMMENT: When the camera is just on me, and me alone, it picks up my best side.
On social media echo chambers, changing NZ law on digital harm, and what she had for lunch
A recap of the highlights of the week in politics.
In theory it sounds fine - practice is another thing, Audrey Young writes
Phil Twyford snaps back as Lawrence Yule calls Hastings housing situation a "NZ disgrace".
Grieving family takes battle with Waikato DHB over son's death to Prime Minister.
Comment: "There are many ways any business can influence wellbeing beyond paying a wage."
The combined Asian, Pacific and Maori population will outnumber Europeans in Auckland.
The world is changing fast and the threats this presents requires a massive debate.
It's not all harsh words and hardball in Parliament on Trevor Mallard's watch.
Paris summit helps to build Jacinda Ardern's international status.
Is it fair that those responsible for alleged abuse are also in charge of investigation?
He has been an MP for five years – but who is National backbencher Brett Hudson?
PM should be asking if KiwiBuild and Fees-Free are solutions or are now costly problems.
The money question: Should private practice be used to entice specialists to stay in NZ?
It took 30 years for NZ's population to climb to four million in 2003.
Eugenie Sage's decision over Waihī mining is causing widespread anxiety.
COMMENT: It is now evident that Labour will not deliver, writes Bryce Edwards.
First recorded Muslims in NZ date back to visit of French ship 250 years ago.
COMMENT: Wellbeing Budget will need to manoeuvre through the living standards framework.
The global reach of tech companies makes enforcement a key question for the Paris summit.
The official analysis of the bill also shows why the PM said it was 'ambitious'.
The search for the truth starts Monday - how will it be done?
National's Sarah Dowie and party leader Simon Bridges quiet on co-operation with police.
Facebook says online videos of mass shootings are wrong, yet it did not prevent March 15.
COMMENT: New legislation isn't the crucial planet-saving bill that many were hoping for.
Behind a Hawke's Bay coolstore, cabins that could house people sit empty.
COMMENT: Good weeks don't come along too often in politics.
COMMENT: Committees so often make inconsistent, confusing and downright wrong decisions.
Jacinda Ardern initiated the summit in Paris, with a little help from a few friends.
The summit will seek a commitment from tech companies to block violent extremist content.
COMMENT: Simon Bridges was right when he called Speaker "unprofessional". That day he was.
PM is pushing for global solution to counter the reach of online terrorism.
Their other halves have murdered, raped or cheated - but these women stuck by them.
COMMENT: Opinions are irrelevant - the question is should they be curtailed?
EDITORIAL: Paris meeting on harmful social media content will test Ardern's influence.
COMMENT: A week of throwing people out of the House.
COMMENT: Last week was a big one for the media.
David Fisher watched Kelvin Davis at Ngawha prison and asks: How did he get $98m?
Comment: Government is happy to stick with the status quo.
Hamilton mum-of-five battling brain cancer wants New Zealanders to know there's hope.
The Greens have had a big week but did Labour stop them achieving all they wanted?
COMMENT: Chinese tech giant Huawei appears in MPs' corporate box entries for first time.
Comment: Unfortunately, there seems to be plenty of room for things to go wrong.
Tamihere: ruling New Zealand political parties are not left or right. They are centrist.
Comment: Surprising decisions show coalition capable of common sense.
The "binding" nature of the referendum is more by way of pinky promise than by law.
Wairoa doesn't want Wellington to solve its social ills anymore.
"It's such a beautiful place."
The heart of the issue is whether legalisation would reduce harm more than the status quo