Vote fraud alleged


A rest-home resident says a voting official cast a vote in her name, but against her wishes.

Parliament's deja vu

Tracy Watkins OPINION: As John Key reminded Parliament after the State opening, this National Government looks a lot like the last one.

Today in Politics: October 22

Shane Jones Another Parliament, another scrap between NZ First leader Winston Peters and National's Gerry Brownlee.

A new Parliament begins

John Key Job fairs across the Tasman, tax cuts and helping first home buyers are part of the Government's priorities for its next term.

Key cool on Greens

Greens leaders Prime Minister John Key is keeping the prospect of working with the Green Party alive.

Who is the Opposition?

Peters Can Labour compete with the Greens and NZ First, both hungry for more parliamentary presence?

Who should lead Labour?

There are four candidates in the running to be the next Labour leader, but who's got what it takes?

Is a degree in NZ worth it?

A flag to portray NZ heritage

Gruesome overtones subdue

beehive Parliament's pre-opening swearing-in of MPs is always a hybrid of Gilbert & Sullivan's Iolanthe and the first day at kindy.

Secret diary of Paul Henry

My gift to the nation is that I make all sorts of things intensely interesting.

No cushy ride ahead at UN

Sad state of state housing

Labour circus drags on

Labour's three-ringed circus has taken the limelight away from the Government's handling of things, writes Vernon Small.

National back on track

John Key National's popularity soars after Judith Collins' exit, putting it on course for huge victory. | All over bar the shouting | Full poll results

National drops, Labour up in poll

John Key and David Cunliffe could be in a race to reach Winston Peters. | Possible coalitions | Poll results

National's $8m oil and gas plans

Fight over the middle ground

Don't split vote, National warns

National is urging its supporters not to split their vote as our latest poll confirms the minor parties are on the rise. | Full poll results

Election 2014: Talking tech

Six parties outline their digital strategies in interviews with NetSafe executive director Martin Cocker.

Nats take axe to benefits

The National Party says it will reduce the number of people on welfare by 25 per cent if re-elected to government.

Election 2014: Maori matters

Election 2014: Immigration

Party views on state housing

Parties outline stances on state housing, focusing on Wellington, where the issue has been a thorny one.

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