This budget was all about pleasing as many people as possible in an election year.
The typical working New Zealand family will get $26 a week out of this Budget - an election-year affair that's being called a bribe 8 years in the making. Here's the breakdown of what's in it for you.
Tax cuts and entitlement boosts give an average $26 per week more to 1.3m families.
It's been dubbed the "dollar bill Budget" and an election "bribe" as winners and losers take stock. Here's what you may have missed.
Government focus on putting aside money for a rainy day puts less money in back pockets.
A strained health sector is set to receive a record $3.9b shot in the arm, with $1.8b going to District Health Boards (DHBs) alone.
Confused by all the numbers from this year's budget? Here's what you need to know.
A controversial funding freeze on Radio NZ has come to an end with an annual $2.8m boost.
OPINION: Finance Minister Steven Joyce shows he's a cunning campaign manager, writes Tracy Watkins.
The Budget says it plainly. Our prisons are almost full.
OPINION: It's a "wait there's more" Budget - with the extra goodies due for release at election time.
The Government has responded to public criticism of fisheries management with new funding.
As schools hound parents for donations and trim jobs, desperate pleas for more funding have been answered.
For people wondering if more money will go to working families, Steven Joyce drops a very big hint.
Loosen tax brackets or save for the next big quake? Budget trade-off looms.
There will be a push for more money to be spent in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park as the conservation estate meets new tourism demands.
Archives NZ building to get upgrade, and more space will be found for storage.
But a pre-Budget announcement that will reduce the number of single-crewed ambulances isn't met with jubilation by paramedics.
ANALYSIS: He'll have a haircut for the occasion, but what of the things that people will notice?
Wellywood welcomes four-year cash injection from the Budget.
Callaghan Innovation will have an extra $75 million to hand out to innovative businesses.
Cash is flowing into the Government's coffers thanks to strong business profits.
Government has increased funding for "new" drugs, but Labour says it is not enough.