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"Election campaigns are nasty affairs, but voters still deserve the truth," the Q+A host writes.
Fri, Jun 9
Today's political drama hits different for Labour, 1News political editor Jessica Mutch McKay writes.
Thu, Jun 8
"The party clearly has no intention of repeating 2020's warm, fuzzy vibes," the Q+A host writes.
Fri, Jun 2
Luxon would have to be respectful to Peters and deferential to New Zealand First voters, ruling out working with the party while simultaneously trying to win their support, writes Jack Tame.
Fri, May 26
1News political editor Jessica Mutch McKay also says National's strong result may 'push pause' on chatter around Christopher Luxon's leadership.
Thu, May 25
Was Adrian Orr was essentially telling us to keep calm and carry on?
The time for getting to know the leaders is over, says 1News' Political Editor.
Security and defence pacts being drawn up around the Pacific are worrying much of the region, 1News Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver writes.
Mon, May 22
The 2023 Budget won’t have cost Labour any votes. It probably won’t have won them many, either, writes Jack Tame.
Fri, May 19
Labour better hope a large chunk of New Zealand forgets about Budget Day by Election Day, writes 1News digital political reporter Felix Desmarais.
Thu, May 18
Jessica Mutch McKay says middle income NZers may not see much for them in Robertson's sixth Budget.
1News experts give their analysis of the Budget and how it will impact New Zealand.
It might be The Basic Budget, The Bread and Butter Budget or The Bare Budget, but regardless, it's all about easing the pressure because of the ballooning cost of living.
They’ve lost an MP. They’ve been accused of being ‘shackled’. But Labour figures there’s no point in fighting back if it costs them the election.
Fri, May 12
The 1News Parliament press gallery team discuss the week in politics.
Thu, May 11
There are firmly two camps going into this year's election, writes 1News' political editor.
Ikaroa-Rāwhiti has now joined the list of ones to watch.
Sat, May 6
1News Australia Correspondent Andrew Macfarlane says you'd be struggling to find much anticipation for the event across the ditch.
Fri, May 5
The MP's defection made for a good bit of political theatre, but it was not an exercise in achieving meaningful political gains, Jack Tame opines.
Inside Parliament is the weekly 1News politics podcast.
Thu, May 4
Make no mistake, writes Yvonne Tahana, as an election strategy, this was a thunderous opening shot from the Te Pāti Māori.
Chris Hipkins has made a calculated decision not to follow Jacinda Ardern's lead, saying he won’t be playing the "rule in, rule out" game.
Sat, Apr 29
1News' political reporting team discuss the week in politics.
Fri, Apr 28
Joe Biden has beaten Donald Trump before, Democrats will hope he can repeat the feat next year.