A cartoon image on a campaign flier nods to Nicky Wagner's campaign slogan: "Keeping Christchurch Central in Good Shape for the Future".
Aimie Cronin rapid-fired questions at Hamilton's candidates in the coming election.
Christchurch's own "Robin Hood" figure, Bryan Staples speaks out against Winston Peters.
OPINION: It has been a topsy-turvy three years since the last election. One more week and time will be called on the 50th New Zealand Parliament.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says he has accepted Television New Zealand's assurances about presenter Mike Hosking.
OPINION: If there are too many more weeks like this on the campaign trail, the election may well end up closer than everyone expects.
An aviation officer gave a pilot the all-clear to fly despite Gerry Brownlee's security breach.
The hard-done-by politicians are also asking for 30 free flights a year for their families- on top of their at-least $150,000-a-year salaries.
The Maori Party’s Tai Tokerau candidate claims a vote for his party is the only way to ensure a Maori presence in power.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says he has accepted TVNZ assurances about presenter Mike Hosking.
Labour confirms it will restore the rights of individual communities to decide on council amalgamations.
Labour calls for transport minister to stand down while authorities investigate his security breach. | 'Zero tolerance'
The controversial "Holiday Highway" north of Auckland has been given the go-ahead.
CAA has "no sense of humour'' about security breaches, no matter who you are, industry leader says.
Addressing a mostly older audience in Nelson, Conservative Party leader Colin Craig introduced the town's candidate, age 81.
Greens election campaign juxtaposes Rena cleanup and shoe-less kids with the slogan "Love NZ".
Christchurch MP Nicky Wagner will not get the $340k she says an Auckland businessman owes her.
It's been a week of apologies, valedictories and late resignations. Our politics team is live from the Beehive.
Central and local government could join forces to pay for flood mitigation for Christchurch homes, PM says.
Education Minister rules out review of the law allowing religious instruction in state schools. | Bible class stoush
Gerry Brownlee made an airport faux pas - and now his own department is investigating him.| Bulletproof Brownlee
Three-quarters of children tested for the latest achievement information report were at or above national standards.
Maori Party co-founders Tariana Turia and Pita Sharples have ended their careers in Parliament surrounded by the people they represented.
Why did the MP cross the road?
The Government is staying tight-lipped about whether it will appeal the Basin Reserve flyover decision.
Less frequent drivers with safer cars will benefit most from tweaks to proposed ACC levy cuts.
OPINION: Is PM's refusal to accept Gerry Brownlee's resignation a sign National thinks it's bulletproof? | In through out door
Conservative leader hauls candidate into line for threatening to name prominent Kiwi with name suppression.
Even before Gerry Brownlee's Gaffe today, there's been no shortage of hot water for National MPs and their allies to get into.
Gerry Brownlee faces investigation after airport security breach which he offered to resign over.
MP Louisa Wall is appalled the Human Rights Commission has not upheld a single complaint under its race relations section.
Mana wants Maori made compulsory in all schools and more funding for Maori immersion schools.
OPINION: A contrite Gerry Brownlee must have skated very close to losing his job after his breach of airline security.
We look through the baggage of Gerry Brownlee's political career and come up with his top 10 cringeworthy moments.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - StuffGovernment hits back at Labour criticism of its broadband policy.
Motorists who drive less and those with safer vehicles will benefit most from tweaks to proposed ACC levy cuts.
Live reaction to Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee's airport security breach and offer of resignation.
Brendan Horan went down to the pub to get served - a $350,000 damages claim.
Otago kids best at reading, writing and maths, while others are lagging behind, national standards data shows.
Labour Party promises three contestable funds costing $21.1 million over four years to improve broadband connectivity.
Mana leader must remove Parliamentary crest from campaign hoardings after taxpayer funding claims.
The Green Party wants to spend $20m putting solar panels into 500 schools over three years.
Jess McAllen partied at the Internet Party's party last night. Was she inspired to vote?
The National Party's Napier candidate, Wayne Walford, has been referred to police by the Electoral Commission for unauthorised campaign material.
Winston Peters tells Parliament that Earthquake Services boss told his staff not to pay tax.
OPINION: Some of Cunliffe's woes are self-inflicted, but others, such as the recent indiscipline, are what happens when you're down.
Voter enrolment is declining in almost every electorate, despite the general election being just two months away.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey's trip to NZ was a reminder of how closely our two countries are intertwined.
Members of Parliament face a crackdown on using their taxpayer-funded travel perks for electioneering.
Labour in standoff with TVNZ over plans to use Mike Hosking to moderate leaders' debates.
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