OPINION: Why Key's legacy is that he wasn't as insane as some previous National leaders.
OPINION: Legacy? That's not what it's about. Others may aspire to change the world; John Key sought to manage the small change.
Opinion: Scones were the only things that stopped this year from being the absolute pits.
John Key's economic legacy is defined by his response to the biggest, most fundamental changes in the global economy ever.
Every morning, teachers and parents hold their breath as the bus loaded with young children pulls into Umawera School.
We make a pilgrimage to the holy sites of the John Key legend
Bill English firmly holds the power. But is it as absolute as Key's? Not a chance.
OPINION: Tax cuts and an increase in the superannuation age must be among the priorities for new leader.
The spoof spy agency was listening in to the tumultuous political events of the past week.
Judith Collins sees them as a triumph. Bill English calls them 'a fiscal and moral failure'. We go inside New Zealand's bloated prisons to talk to those who know best.
As a 17-year-old solo mum, Paula Bennett never thought she'd end up being deputy PM. But this week that all changed.
OPINION: What does the tasering of a goat have to do with the PM quitting? A lot, writes Michele A'Court.
OPINION: Somehow, our lawmakers managed not to imagine that a mayor might be keen to stick with their original choice of deputy.
OPINION: English may be dull, but he's no longer angry, says Duncan Garner.
SATIRE: Red-faced sub-editors at the New Zealand Herald may have been responsible for the nation's biggest political story of the year.
OPINION: Madonna-fying the right may be Key's biggest impact on politics, writes Jeremy Elwood.
OPINION: This time last week John Key was on his way to an election win. Then the big 2016 bombshell happened.
How do you pick a PM? Set your board for prime ministerial Guess Who.
Will John Key's watch my lips promise on pensions survive the new regime?
A wedding, the Parker fight and clearing Bill's new office on John Key's weekend to-do list.
OPINION: Ben Uffindell, the writer behind satire site The Civilian, mourns the loss of his best source of fake news stories.
The leadership is a forgone conclusion but all eyes are now fixed on the deputy race.
The race for deputy prime minister is also a battle of the west.
Good news for those wanting to have a quiet beer at this summer's Gibbston Valley Summer concert.
Auckland haven no longer on island time, now that ultra-fast broadband has been rolled out on Waiheke.
John Key was the showman, Bill English the worker. If there's X factor there, he needs it now.
Incoming PM Bill English hires John Key's chief of staff as his own right-hand man in a show of continuity.
OPINION: Spare a thought for John Key's family: Was his eight years in power worth the sacrifice?
The Greens are pushing for changes to the laws around marijuana, saying New Zealand needs to catch up with the rest of the world.
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