Parties outline stances on state housing, focusing on Wellington, where the issue has been a thorny one.
Six parties outline their digital strategies in interviews with NetSafe executive director Martin Cocker.
The National Party says it will reduce the number of people on welfare by 25 per cent if re-elected to government.
What are the Maori issues of importance for each party? Find out here.
What plans do the parties have for immigration changes after the election? Find out here.
Labour's election promises get an enthusiastic welcome in a visit to Hamilton.
What kind of commitment does each party have to the environment? Find out here.
What plans do the parties have for transport after the election? Find out here.
Where does each party stand on trade, security and foreign affairs? Find out here.
Greens promising every newborn baby a free "welcome pack" of essentials, to help them get a good start in life.
Families living in cars, garages, and cockroach-infested caravans shows NZ's in the midst of a housing crisis, Hone Harawira says.
More kids will suffer under a re-elected National government because it's "in denial".
David Cunliffe is playing down claims its new asset fund is aimed at appeasing Winston Peters.
What plans do the parties have for social welfare after the election? Find out here.
How would each political party handle the country's finances? Find out here.
What is each political party offering to do about unemployment?
Free education and a universal student allowance should take priority over over tax cuts, Internet-Mana says.
Drivers of electric cars will get $1000 "cash back" payments under a Green government.
Colin Craig rejects claims his party's plan to increase alcohol tax is to pay for its tax-free band policy.