Labour pledges to cut trailer and caravan regos and ban trucks from the fast lane - but National says it's a joke.
Man who "personifies Act's values of freedom and enterprise" elected by party board as deputy leader.
Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says they are open to talks with the Mana Party but that any electorate deals are unlikely.
Lawyer who once criticised David Cunliffe for not allowing refugee's family into NZ is now his deputy chief of staff.
Prominent businessman Phillip Mills calls Govt's response to climate change "morally reprehensible", throws support to Labour and Greens.
PM refuses to debate housing policy with Labour leader until election campaign, after earlier signalling he was happy to go head-to-head.
John Key says there's nothing unethical about charging $5000 a head to sit and chat with Maori Party guests.
While Mana leader Hone Harawira's wife is among those concerned about alliance with Internet Party, the party is setting its sights on new electorate deals.
What policies would get you to a polling booth in this year's election?
Labour reignites calls for KiwiSaver to be made universal, amid findings the NZ Super Fund, scrapped in the 70s, could've been worth $278b.
OPINION: The royals had a day off to recover from jet lag yesterday, but it didn't stop politicians from jostling.
Winston Peters blasts "obsequious subservient photo-opportunity behaviour" by NZ politicians.
Worsening budget deficits raise serious questions about National's management of the economy, Labour says.
The Conservatives have announced their first two candidates.
OPINION: Labour's economic counter so far under Cunliffe has been low-key and delivered largely from the regions.
Labour leader forced to cut press conference short after angry citizen starts hurling abuse.
Despite sliding polls, Labour leader David Cunliffe says the "left-right balance" will ensure September's election is a tight one.
OPINION: Labour's high hopes of gaining traction in the National stronghold of Ilam got off to a false start yesterday.
Colin Craig and Shane Jones vied for votes at a public meeting hosted by Grey Power.
Comments by Green Party leader will expose Colin Craig to "public hatred, ridicule and contempt", a defamation claim states.