What issues will get your vote?
Note to politicians: please stop making short-term plans and buying votes. Here's what we need to focus on.
Revising our tax system could help issues facing low earners and pensioners, writes Wendy Morton.
This election is missing something for the over 60s, like a return on our years of tax investments.
Voting for your personal interests in this election is a wasted vote, Gerard O'Neil writes.
Our forefathers broke the land in, now we're controlled by bureaucrats. What's happened?
Non-voter takes a stand this election over fears legal highs will return to our shelves.
This year's budget was meant to be for families, yet my family is no better off, Dougal Harding writes.
It's about time the politicians starting thinking about the nation's youth.
We cannot afford the continuous growth of Auckland at the expense of the rest of the country.
Politics is important - but Johnny Brebner has his reasons for not voting in the coming election.
Before you commit your savings to someone else's control, you should ask some questions.
Don't simply vote National because someone down the street does or you always have done.
I am really not sure whether I have the heart to vote anymore.
It's working under National and the others have no clue where they would go if they won.
If only a Green-National alliance was viable - that would keep our current leaders more honest.
It's hard to narrow an election down to one issue, but on the whole it's mostly about tax.
Children are the future of this country and our Government needs to do more to protect them.
Unlike our neighbours over the ditch, we are taxed on the first dollar we earn.
I will vote for the party who will totally ban synthetic cannabis.
I have been a Labour voter for most of my life here and in the UK but I am now a "floater".