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If Willow-Jean Prime siphons enough votes from Peters to deliver victory to the Government, John Key won't have dodged a bullet; Andrew Little will have stepped into the bullet's path, writes Phil Quin.
Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell's appointment to head the newly rebranded Maori Development portfolio reflects a new focus for what used to be Maori Affairs, Prime Minister John Key says.
Far too late for his own good, David Cunliffe has done the right thing by resigning.
Dotcom’s distractions couldn’t derail democratic process, and the resulting backfire left perpetrators puzzled and the victim victorious
The joker in this year's political pack, Ben Uffindell, is claiming success in last weekend's election after his Civilian Party outpolled his "main opposition", Brendan Horan.
Have we ever seen a more stunning election result? Watching the campaign it was hard to believe the attack on the character of John Key would have no effect.