Dirty politics have become dangerous politics after a Conservative candidate's hoardings were set on fire.
Labour announces it'll axe secondary tax for workers with two or more jobs - but National says it's already implementing the policy.
Ron Mark's late entry for Wairarapa could represent one of NZ First's best chances of getting back into Parliament.
The Green Party is warning that a proposal to set up a forestry company for smaller growers will defeat its own purpose if it becomes controlled by foreigners.
PM takes extraordinary step of offering phone records to prove he wasn't personally briefed by SIS about a document sent to blogger.
John Key tested his own theory that the public cares less about Dirty Politics than the media, telling two audiences to "ask me anything".
Secondary school teachers reach interim agreement over Government's education policy after primary colleagues reject it.
Labour leader David Cunliffe has apologised again – not for being a man, but for being a Cunliffe.
The Green Party has an unlikely admirer – ACT leader Jamie Whyte.
Hacked emails. Dirty politics. Burning effigies. Inquiries and investigations. Welcome to campaign 2014.
OPINION: Recent events give impression it's going to be a very long month for John Key and his inner circle.
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Colin Craig is taking the Electoral Commission to court over its broadcasting allocations.
MPs seem to have been gifted a tax-free pay rise thanks to a $28,000 lump sum payout for housing.
Leader Colin Craig, Epsom candidate Christine Rankin and Garth McVicar round out the party's top three.
ACT leader Jamie Whyte has revealed his party's internal struggle with brand over ideology.
PM says he's conducted a "thorough check" of what he did and didn't know about SIS papers.
Labour to lift beneficiaries' abatement-free threshold for part-time work to $150 if they came into power.
Tuhoe gets a Crown apology for historic grievances dubbed among the worst in NZ's history.
Over the weeks leading up to the September 20 election we are inviting leaders of the political parties to answer your questions live on Stuff.co.nz.
Beehive Live is in Taneatua where the Tuhoe iwi is gathering for a Crown apology.
OPINION: After more than a week fending off Dirty Tricks accusations with the mantra that it is a Left-wing smear campaign, the PM shifts tack.
Thousands are expected to turn out today to hear the Crown apologise to Tuhoe for land confiscations and the execution of children.
For the second time in a fortnight a woman has confronted John Key in a Chch mall about her battle with EQC.
National's election campaign again thrown into disarray as PM John Key forced to deal with more fallout over dirty politics.
Education Minister Hekia Parata says she isn't surprised by a teacher union's decision to reject a government policy.
Yelling, accusations of dirty politics, finger-pointing - and that's just the Epsom candidates.
OPINION: Communications advisers watching the fallout from Nicky Hager's Dirty Politics will be trying to decide what to learn from it.
Key says he was on holiday at the time it's claimed he was told about release of SIS papers.
Thousands of teachers have overwhelmingly rejected the Government's $359 million education policy.
The proposed new NZ party would have lobbied for access to social services on behalf of Kiwis living in Australia.
The country's first drug screening laboratory at the border has been paid for by criminals.
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Labour would invest $250m into upgrading Dunedin Hospital and reopen Hillside Workshop.
Labour's Annette King is seeking a seventh straight term as the MP for Rongotai.
The question on everyone's lips today is did John Key know the SIS documents given to WhaleOil.
The latest Roy Morgan poll shows National up and a resurgence from NZ First.
Justice Minister defends naming a lane in Christchurch's new justice precinct after a friend.
OPINION: National's campaign launch this weekend might be the time to pull a rabbit out of the hat.
Electoral Commission’s latest release of big donation information shows the Maori Party received $100,000 from Mainfreight founder.
New MPs are in line for even higher taxpayer-funded travel and housing perks, after a review of entitlements.
Labour will have to have its policy costings independently audited if it wants to talk coalitions with the Greens, co-leader Russel Norman says.
OPINION: And so the sky fell in. Whatever you think of Nicky Hager, you've got to admit he's slick.
Allegations of dirty politics continued to be a headache for Prime Minister John Key.
OPINION: As quick as you can say "photo opportunity" something unexpected can turn vote-winning gold into crimson embarrassment.
There are allegations Young Nats are buying up copies of Dirty Politics to destroy them.
Labour attacks Mighty River over "outrageous" profits, while the company's outgoing boss fights back.
PM signals the Government is considering investing millions of dollars into Bay of Plenty aquaculture.
Comedian Guy Williams is backing an online pitch to get first time voters to the ballot box.
John Key's leadership is "imploding" over revelations in Dirty Politics, NZ First leader says.
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