The Brexit minister has called for an “intensive talks process” with the EU and said he hoped the bloc’s position on trade between Northern Ireland and Great Britain had “moved
Security around the Netherlands’ prime minister has been boosted following threats from criminals linked to the drugs trade, it has been claimed. Mark Rutte, whose conservative government has vowed to
Scotland’s First Minister is self-isolating after being identified as a close contact of someone who has COVID-19. Nicola Sturgeon, who had her second dose of a coronavirus vaccine in June,
Luxembourg’s prime minister was admitted to hospital on Sunday after testing positive for coronavirus a week ago. Xavier Bettel will have “supplementary tests and analysis” as a “precaution” and is
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says bold action on climate change represents a matter of “life or death”. Ardern was speaking at the public release of the long-awaited final report of
As the Waikato DHB cancels surgeries in the wake of a ransomware attack, Justice Minister Kris Faafoi has ruled out a law change to make it illegal to pay cyber-extortionists.
A cabinet minister has told Sky News the government “can’t rule anything out” when it comes to the possibility of local coronavirus restrictions in areas that have seen cases rise
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has ruled out the idea of a Māori parliament but sidestepped other questions about a report on Māori self-determination, instead accusing the Opposition leader of politicking.
Fresh claims about Boris Johnson are “not true” and a “comedy chapter” in an ongoing Westminster briefing war, a cabinet minister has told Sky News. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace strongly
A team of experts will begin assessing the viability of the merging of TVNZ and RNZ into one new public media entity. Former New Zealand First MP, and Minister, Tracey