The National leader wants a new Government formed quickly.
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The NZ First leader was too far behind to catch National's Matt King.
The TOP leader claimed property owners are ripping off the country's youth.
Nikki Kaye had a good lead on the votes, with 10 percent still to go.
The central Auckland electorate was considered a key bellwether seat.
The Foreign Affairs Minister nearly doubled his nearest rival in the Christchurch seat.
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Both the Greens and National have been caught out, but only one party's billboards are technically illegal.
Newshub looks at the different scenarios which could arise from the election.
These seats could make or break parties' chances in the elections.
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There's now less than an hour to go before polling in the 2017 General Election closes.
Hundreds of thousands of Kiwis will flock to the polling booths today.
He had to book a 15-minute time slot to have lunch with his partner - but says it was worth it.
Friday is the last day that people can enrol.
He won't necessarily negotiate first with the party that gets the most votes.
The son of John Key reckons he can push buttons better than the Labour leader.
By law, employees can take up to two hours of paid time off work to vote.
The Prime Minister's wife gets emotional in her first TV interview.
Numerous crudely drawn 'Southside' symbols have been drawn using the orange pen.
45 percent of people would be sad to see them go.
This is the one time it's OK for political reporters to show their bias - in the polling booth.
Jacinda Ardern's partner fears he'll be less Michelle Obama, more Prince Philip.
Undeterred, the Prime Minister still had something of substance to say.
After an intense election campaign, we've distilled the campaign's five most memorable moments.
Kiwis have until the end of Friday to enrol so they can have their say in this weekend's election.
The party is pushing for legalised personal use of the drug.
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"I hope they're learning some lessons," Bill English says.
National could pitch a moral argument for forming a Government.
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He also called out feminist politicians who failed to table bills on abortion.
Study suggests good weather leads to a positive view of the Government.
"The only place for blame to go is on the party that has spun the lie."
Policies and pizza - what Kiwis tweeted about during the debate.