Peters counting his chickens video

Katie Tito chats with Northland by-election candidate Winston Peters  in Dargaville during his whirlwind tour of Northland.

The election isn't until Saturday - but Winston Peters is already planning his next steps as MP for Northland.

Key dismisses Peters

Sledging on the Northland campaign trail

Key admits National pulled back

Crunch time for Northland

National has botched this by-election

Key - National pulled back

Prime Minister John Key admits National have a big job on their hands if Mark Osbourne is to defend the party's Northland seat from Winston Peters.

Prime Minister John Key says media forced National to hold back on more Northland promises.

'Please explain' from Brazil

The Brazil Government has called for an explanation, over revelations New Zealand's GCSB snooped on its diplomat who was competing with Trade Minister Tim Groser for the top job at the World Trade Organisation in 2013.

5:41 PM  NZ's ambassador to Brazil hauled before officials to explain Tim Groser GCSB leaks.

Labour backs S. Korea deal

South Korea flag

With Labour on board, Parliament supports the South Korea free trade agreement.

Dunne vs comedians

United Future leader Peter Dunne has found himself in the firing line of New Zealand's comedians.

MP Peter Dunne dismisses all Kiwi comedians, then expresses dismay to find himself the butt of their jokes.

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Crunch time for Northland

Katie Tito chats with Northland by-election candidate Winston Peters  in Dargaville during his whirl wind tour of Northland.

OPINION: The final day of the Northland by-election campaign has come down to one thing. Winston Peters versus John Key.

National has botched this by-election

OPINION: Winston Peters' lead, according to the latest poll, is so formidable that he is likely to win. John Key himself thinks so.

Reputations riding on Northland outcome

Review to prove intel networks' value

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Beehive Live: Crunchtime in Northland

New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters

From Japan to Northland, the PM is wasting no time in trying to gain the almost certain lead NZ First leader Winston Peters has in the race for the Northland seat.

Beehive Live: Tuesday 24 March

Govt refusing to comment on allegations NZ spy agency snooped on competitors vying against Trade Minister Tim Groser for the top job at the World Trade Organisation.

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - OCTOBER 20:  New Zealand flags fly in front of The Beehive and Parliament House during the Commission Opening of Parliament on October 20, 2014 in Wellington, New Zealand.  This is the first ceremony for the official opening of New Zealand's 51st Parliament.  (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

Beehive Live: Wednesday 25 March

It's going to be tough to match the excitement of last night's Black Caps win today, given even the halls of Parliament will be dominated by chat of the historic victory.

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