The defence pact signed on Tuesday allows China to send police and armed forces to the island nation and warships to a port off its coast.
One text, sent two days after the election, revealed strategies that were later pursued in an attempt to overturn the result, according to CNN.
Tim van de Molen suffered serious injuries after falling from scaffolding at his in-laws' house.
Police and health authorities decided not to pursue Elizabeth Kerekere's breach of Covid-19 isolation rules.
The list MP based in South Auckland is bowing out after 14 years.
The former National Party leader says a recent scare over his son's health made him reassess his priorities.
A petition calling for tougher fines for people who misuse mobility parks ironically had to be delivered via the back door.
Allan said she didn’t hold grievances towards her church community and that she wanted people to learn from past mistakes.
Khylee Quince said police could make further interventions if protests intensified.
The minister said any party in power would've made the same spending decisions.
The written parliamentary question was asked by National MP Erica Stanford.
Councillor Richard Hills has been the subject of significant speculation.
Police officers could be seen handcuffing protesters after they tried to push past a line of police outside Parliament.
The party's MPs are meeting for their first caucus retreat under leader Christopher Luxon.
Threats reached a three-year high in October 2021.
The figures were exclusively obtained by 1News.
The Treasury released its half year forecast, which also suggested house prices could fall slightly over 2023 and 2022, while unemployment could drop further down to 3.1 per cent.
There was a lot of nervous energy in Parliament's debating chamber on Tuesday writes 1News Political Editor Jessica Mutch McKay.