Beehive Live: New Zealand Budget 2015
The Government has put a strong focus on social development measures with a $790 million child hardship package in the Budget, but Labour accuses it of hitting "the panic button".
Beneficiaries and low income working families have been given a leg up but as expected there is no budget surplus.
The other big hitters are a border levy for arriving and departing passengers kicking in at the start of next year and people enrolled in KiwiSaver will no longer receive a $1000 kick-start payment.
See the all latest Budget details and reaction in our live blog below.
* Full wrap of the Budget 2015
* Benefits rise in bid to tackle child poverty
* Education - what's in it for schools?
* Tackling hardship with an eye to future tax cuts
* Opinion: National makes some concessions but also gets tough
* Modest tax cuts flagged for 2017
* Watch the Budget speech and debate live in Parliament