John Key and David Cunliffe argue over who would have the numbers to govern, as the final leaders' debate is held.
Final leaders' debate is tonight - stay with us as we bring you Key vs Cunliffe one more time.
Jamie Whyte says there's broad support for his party's "classical liberal" policies but this wasn't reflected in the polls.
This week Glenn Greenwald's The Intercept news site published a list of unanswered questions stemming from their investigations on the Snowden documents about international spy networks. We put them to Prime Minister John Key.
PM says Flock Hill's overseas owners must create value for NZ and loss of 16 jobs a 'red herring'.
He said, then Key said. Lost the plot over the spying allegations being slung back and forwards? Here's a quick catch-up.
Six parties outline their digital strategies in interviews with NetSafe executive director Martin Cocker.
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RICHARD MEADOWS - StuffInvestors seeking a haven from Labour's proposed capital gains tax would flood out of NZX and into KiwiSaver, experts say.
Labour leader David Cunliffe has been given assurances by former prime minister and party leader Helen Clark that New Zealanders weren't been spied on under her leadership.
US journalist challenges NZ's spy watchdog for saying she hasn't identified "indiscriminate interception" of Kiwis' data.
Polling suggests National will be re-elected on Saturday, but markets are not 100 per cent sure, an economist says.
New Zealand is too reliant on dairy booms and our economy needs other sectors to thrive, Labour leader David Cunliffe says.
David Parker, on a visit to Palmerston North, says NZ needs conditions to foster companies like Obo.
With his party's future on the line, can Hone Harawira hold off Labour's Kelvin Davis in the battleground electorate?
Education has been a hot topic this election but how do policies actually affect Joe and Junior Bloggs?
The National Party says it will reduce the number of people on welfare by 25 per cent if re-elected to government.
The Wairarapa electorate has become a three-horse race, and the result could be tight.
Local authorities should not be forced into amalgamation, NZ First leader Winston Peters says.
Abortion, the minimum wage, state housing and even a line from House of Cards got an airing at Rimutaka's final candidates' meeting.
National's Ohariu candidate has endorsed his rival, UnitedFuture's Peter Dunne.
Labour's election promises get an enthusiastic welcome in a visit to Hamilton.
OPINION: Having gone off the rails weeks ago, the campaign has turned into a set for cartoon-like characters and an increasingly bizarre script.
Christchurch Central voters become older, richer and better educated, which could affect the seat.
OPINION: Have we been misled by our leaders about the scale of surveillance and, if we have, why?
OPINION: I have crawled under the covers and literally wept actual tears about our democracy.
Sitting ducks, portfolio promises and the final leaders' debate - the election campaign still keeps ticking over.
The Project Cortex cyber defence system revealed by Prime Minister John Key does not involve tapping into the Southern Cross Cable, the Government Communications Security Bureau says.
Few people have seen highs and lows in their careers like NZ First leader Winston Peters.
John Key revealed details of two spying programs, but he's still accused of trying to "confuse and cloud" the issue.
Ban 1080 Party candidate James Veint insists the poison is cruel, indiscriminate and doesn't work.
Glenn Greenwald says new evidence will show the GCSB was snooping on friendly nations in the Pacific and elsewhere.
National Party rejects claims it violated copyright by using riff similar to Eminem song in advert.
Rain, wind and even snow forecast for Thursday and Friday might dampen voter turnout.
It is a "travesty" that there has not been full disclosure of the reasons for passing last year's Government Communications Security Bureau law, Labour leader David Cunliffe says.
Complaint about email that Kim Dotcom says shows PM lied about knowing him shelved till after election.
Wellington actor comes up with novel way to get young Kiwis interested in voting, by profiling political party leaders in a flat setting.
It's the day after the "big reveal" and questions over who knew what are flying.
What plans do the parties have for transport after the election? Find out here.
OPINION: Labour has run a campaign focused on a single leadership personality - and it simply hasn't worked.
Greens promising every newborn baby a free "welcome pack" of essentials, to help them get a good start in life.
OPINION: Putting a government together after Saturday may prove to be a more than usually difficult task.
MP Kris Faafoi is not on Labour's list, so for him winning the Mana seat is crucial.
John Key dismissed it as the 'sound and light show'. But what was the substance of claims made by Edward Snowden last night?
OPINION: When people say the "moment of truth" was an anti-climax, a nothing - don't believe them.
OPINION: Kim Dotcom’s big reveal may or may not change the outcome of the election, but its ripples will spread well beyond Saturday.
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