Labour was the big winner in greater Christchurch this election with nearly all of the seats going to the party.
Labour will retain all the seats it held before while adding a couple of fresh faces to its Christchurch contingency.
In what is one of the biggest upsets for National, senior MP Gerry Brownlee lost his seat in Ilam to newcomer Sarah Pallett from Labour.
Brownlee entered Parliament in 1996, winning the Ilam seat and has held it ever since.
He is now tossing up leaving parliament for good after losing his long-held Ilam seat last night.
Here are the results:
Duncan Webb (Labour) - 19,755
Dale Stephens (National) - 8332
Chrys Horn (Green) - 1,893
Sarah Pallett (Labour) - 16,381
Gerry Brownlee (National)- 14,161
David Bennett (Green)- 2384
Poto Williams (Labour) - 21,336
Lincoln Platt (National) - 6881
Nikki Berry (Green - 2076
Tracey Lee McLellan (Labour) - 22,038
Catherine Chu (National) - 10,834
Eugenie Sage (Green) - 5040
Matt Doocey (National) - 19,236
Dan Rosewarne (Labour) - 17,260
Leighton Baker (New Conservative) - 1817
Megan Woods (Labour) - 20,371
Hamish Campbell (National) - 7987
Richard Wesley (Green) - 1488
Nicola Grigg (National) - 18,578
Reuben Davidson (Labour) - 13,635
Stuart Armstrong (Act) - 1575
Te Tai Tonga:
Rino Tirikatene (Labour) - 11,128
Tākuta Ferris (Maori) - 5485
Ariana Paretutanganui-Tamati (Green) - 2466