The National Party is once again facing scrutiny for misleading election advertising, after a ruling from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
West Coaster and list MP Maureen Pugh was so sure she'd lose her job once the special votes were counted, she packed up her office and apartment in the capital and shipped her belongings home.
The final results of the 2020 election today have delivered a blunt blow to Kiwis hopeful of legalising cannabis for personal use.
The final election results are in and National has lost two seats, Labour has gained one, the Māori Party is back with two seats and the "yes" campaign on recreational cannabis has lost
Grant Robertson has had a few moments in his career when he has wondered: "How has a boy from South Dunedin ended up here?"
Dunedin MP David Clark, out of favour for his Covid-19 walkabouts, has found his way back into the affections of his colleagues and returned to the Cabinet.
To the victor go (almost all of) the spoils. And to the plucky little offsider go a couple of tasty crumbs.
The Greens say they'll still push for wealth tax and other inequality gaps, despite it not forming part of its ministerial responsibilities under the new deal signed with Labour.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she voted yes to the cannabis reform because she did not want to see people in jail for its use.
The Green Party has accepted Labour's Government-forming deal, which includes their two highest ranking MPs receiving Ministerial portfolios.
Kiwis have voted strongly in favour of the End of Life Choice Act in the election referendum. But it's a step back for cannabis law reform activists as the public voted no to legalisation of the drug.
The preliminary referendum results indicate that a majority of Kiwis voted against legalising cannabis for personal use. But Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed she voted in favour of...
The preliminary results have been released and the votes counted so far were in favour of passing the End of Life Choice Act and those who voted against legalising cannabis are in the majority at the moment.
Green Party co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw say they expect to have an announcement about how they would work with Labour on Sunday.
A major question mark remains over the future of National's deputy leader Gerry Brownlee following the party's devastating election loss.