No shopping mall is safe as the electioneering ramps up on the election eve-eve.
Final leaders' debate is tonight - stay with us as we bring you Key vs Cunliffe one more time.
It's the day after the "big reveal" and questions over who knew what are flying.
Follow us here for all the updates as Kim Dotcom steps forward at his "Moment of Truth" event.
John Key and David Cunliffe are in Auckland today, but will the policy announcements be overshadowed by more questions about yesterday's claims that the Government Communications Security Bureau was spying on Kiwis?
Last weekend before the big vote happens and both leaders of the major parties are on the campaign trail.
It's just a week til the election - can you believe it? And so the campaigning continues.
Both John Key and David Cunliffe are expected to visit Ashburton for the memorial for the Work and Income staff.
Join us as John Key and David Cunliffe thrash out their policies in their third leaders debate.
Key's in Palmy, Cunliffe's in Auckland, Peters is in Porirua while the Greens hit Christchurch.
National gets ready to reveal all, fiscally, including what if any tax cuts they are looking at.
While John Key and David Cunliffe continue campaigning, the minor party leaders are getting ready for a debate later tonight.
John Key heads to Hamilton, David Cunliffe re-visits Riccarton Mall and Colin Craig heads to Palmerston North.
From Invercargill to Auckland, with a UN date to boot - it's another busy day on the campaign trail.
The election's getting closer and there's no shortage of action.
Judith Collins and WhaleOil are still the hot topics today, as John Key tries to turn the talk back to the campaign.
The prime minister is back campaigning amid the fallout from Judith Collins' resignation.
The Beehive team bring us the action from parliament, where the PM has accepted Judith Collins' resignation.
The parties talk immigration, but without John Key and David Cunliffe who are back to the campaigning.
David Cunliffe and John Key are holding their first leaders' debate ahead of the September 20 election.
Every day the Fairfax Political Bureau brings your fix of politics live from the halls of the Beehive and beyond.
Join us from Queenstown as the political parties lay out their finance plans.
Labour releases its budget and Winston Peters is in Wairarapa - Beehive Live has all the details.
A Beehive Live special edition for National's campaign launch after two weeks of Dirty Politics.
Beehive Live is in Taneatua where the Tuhoe iwi is gathering for a Crown apology.
The question on everyone's lips today is did John Key know the SIS documents given to WhaleOil.
Beehive Live is out on the campaign trail in the Lower North Island with both leaders of the major parties today.
Today the Labour and National leaders head to Ngaruawahia for the anniversary of the Maori King's coronation.
The talk about Dirty Politics is not dying down, despite the best efforts of the political spin doctors. We'll bring you all the latest.
This weekend we bring you a special edition for the Green Party election launch and the continuing fallout from Nicky Hager's Dirty Politics book.
It's been a brutal political week, with dirt-digging claims for some and poll lows for others. But the campaign must go on.
We've had the big reveal of Nicky Hager's new book last night. Now, let the fall out begin.
We bring you updates from the campaign trail - today, that's Wellington for Cunliffe, and Key is in Nelson.
David Cunliffe is visiting Palmerston North, John Key is in Auckland, and we analyse the Helensville non-debate.
PM John Key and an assortment of politicians face off in the only multi-candidate election event.
A special Labour/NZ First election campaign launch edition of Beehive Live
We've got Key in Auckland, Cunliffe and Peters in Whakatane, and the Government's announcement on the Rena.
David Cunliffe throws caution to the wind over the Lochinver farm sale, and Key does the rounds in Christchurch.
Labour announces two more policies - State Services, and Primary Health. John Key visits Kapiti.
The PM and Greens co-leader Metiria Turei are in Auckland, while Labour leader David Cunliffe has an announcement in Christchurch.
Parliament marks 100 years since New Zealand declared its involvement in WW1.
With class dismissed, the politicians have largely cleared off. What's in store between now and September 20?
On the last sitting day of the 50th New Zealand Parliament, we reflect on the past term.
Race-based politics is set to dominate and Parliament farewells the last of its outgoing MPs.
We bring you more analysis on the election deals, more action in the house, and more valedictories.
Prime Minister John Key says he won't cut a deal with the Conservative Party in East Coast Bays.
It's been a week of apologies, valedictories and late resignations. Our politics team is live from the Beehive.
Live reaction to Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee's airport security breach and offer of resignation.
The house is sitting again, and the first of many valedictory speeches are given. Many.
We're back in the house today after two weeks recess, who will win the battle for one-liners?