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Dunne first on Key's dance card
Dunne first on Key's dance card

United Future leader Peter Dunne is the first person on John Key's dance card as he puts together a Government after Saturday's…

NZ First's MP of mystery
NZ First's MP of mystery

The lowest-ranked NZ First MP is refusing to say what job he did before politics.

Open homes boom after election
Open homes boom after election

Aucklanders reportedly flocked to open homes on Sunday, surer of their spending power post-election.

Education, welfare and housing on cards
Education, welfare and housing on cards

John Key says education reform, National's Home Start housing programme and the continuation of welfare reform are the three…

What Cunliffe asked Labour supporters
What Cunliffe asked Labour supporters

The text of the letter David Cunliffe sent to Labour members, supporters and affiliated unions on Saturday night, after…

Bride opts for something in blue
Bride opts for something in blue

The bride wore all white but her vote was all blue.

National staffer quits after scandal
National staffer quits after scandal

Jason Ede, a former Beehive staffer in the PM's office who was widely quoted in the Dirty Politics book, has quit his position…

The Herald Hot Seat

video Fast Fire Leaders Question: Treaty of Waitangi
Fast Fire Leaders Question: Treaty of Waitangi

Do you want to know more about your political leaders and what they think but don’t have much time? Here…

Politicians on God and stuff

What do the party leaders think about flags and cannabis and which one doesn't believe in life after death?

'Hone doesn't have a mortgage on looking after the poor'

Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says that Labour ruling out the Internet Mana Party from ministerial posts showed…

video Political leaders on: Cannabis

Do you want to know more about your political leaders and what they think but don’t have much time? Here you can watch…

Cunliffe: 'I'm not a cry baby'
Cunliffe: 'I'm not a cry baby'

Labour leader David Cunliffe on doing a deal with the Greens and being in touch with his emotions

video Election 2014: Leaders on Foreign investment

A majority of voters approve of farm sales to foreigners only when it brings a significant advantage over a New Zealand…

How would you fix inequality?

What do the party leaders think about inequality in NZ? Hear their answers in our Fast Fire video series.

America's Cup bid: Pay up or pass?

What do the party leaders think about the taxpayer subsidising another America's Cup bid? Hear their answers in our Fast…

Key predicts Cabinet shake-up

John Key on who'll be in his Cabinet and what job they'll be doing if he wins power at the election.

Cunliffe not standing down if he loses
Cunliffe not standing down if he loses

David Cunliffe would like to remain Labour leader and take the party into 2017 election, even if the…

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Election 2014

What happened to the missing million?
What happened to the missing million?

Up on last time, but one of the worst voter turnouts this century.

Power shares tipped after Nat victory

A market analyst says electricity stocks - which received an almighty boost this morning following National's decisive…

Suit turns to activism

Green MP-in-waiting James Shaw admits he didn't appeal to the protester-activist core of the party when he showed up to…

Election 2014: Labour clings on to Chch seats

Labour has clung on to its three Christchurch seats, but is puzzled and dismayed at National's clean sweep of party votes…

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Politics videos

Key: 'A centrist Government '
video Key: 'A centrist Government '

Prime Minister John Key expects to run a centrist Government for the next term with the support of Act, United Future and…

Election 2014: Christchurch reaction
Cunliffe: 'Not a good result'
Election 2014: Key 'it was a tough campaign'
Election 2014: Green leaders in defiant mood
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Audrey Young

Audrey Young: Leaders under the spotlight
Audrey Young: Leaders under the spotlight

Audrey Young writes: Sometimes it helps to see your politicians in action in order to judge whether they can be trusted.

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John Armstrong on politics

Opinion: Broken by his own rules?
Opinion: Broken by his own rules?

For the changes in the Labour's rules which David Cunliffe was party to and which he promoted in order to undermine Shearer…

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Claire Trevett on politics

Claire Trevett: Gamemakers wreak havoc but leaders battle on
Claire Trevett: Gamemakers wreak havoc but leaders battle on

There are just two days until the whistle blows on an unprecedented campaign. That campaign was most notable for the powerful…

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Toby Manhire

Toby Manhire: Cunliffe goes from slopes to ropes
Toby Manhire: Cunliffe goes from slopes to ropes

The dreamlike quality of the 2014 election was only confirmed yesterday when New Zealand woke to discover that everything…

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Bryce Edwards on politics

Bryce Edwards: Liberty under threat?
Bryce Edwards: Liberty under threat?

Will tomorrow's Dotcom/Greenwald revelations about state surveillance change anything in the lead up to polling day? Bryce…

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