National's leader will cast his advance vote in Wellington, while Jacinda Ardern will be in Christchurch.
Iain Lees-Galloway was discussing his party's water tax policy with farmers.
When asked which politician he would go to a desert island with, he gave a surprising answer.
Bill English is sticking by his false income tax claim, writes Patrick Gower.
It could go either way and both leaders say it's too early to call.
But he does support a tax on exported bottled water.
But they'd need the support of NZ First to govern.
According to a new survey, most Kiwis want farmers to be charged for water use.
A complaint has been made to the Electoral Commission.
The NZer of the year is making a serious bid to be Health Minister.
A candidate is urging people not to vote for Labour because of the party's stance on assisted suicide.
The National leader was making a speech at Vodafone headquarters in Auckland.
The Mana Party leader is still pushing for a deal in the electorate.
"Everybody's agreed there's a hole - the only debate is about how big it is."
A curry, a coke and a rejected handshake.
The reality is Labour has ruled out raising income tax, Patrick Gower writes.
The poll results will come as a heavy blow for Hone Harawira.
Will future elections be decided by who has the best memes?
"I would've hated to have played rugby against you because you would have been a slippery little bugger."
More international flights are also expected to be cancelled by the fuel crisis.
A feud over damaged signs came to a head in a Blenheim cafe.
It's illegal to not be enrolled to vote.
Amy Adams prefers the term "housing pressures" to "housing crisis".
He told farmers National was also planning a water tax.
She says it was an angry rally "by some of the signs I've seen".
Many services are reporting a spike in demand from LGBT people.
While water pollution is an issue nationwide for voters, it could play a crucial role in the Hawke's Bay electorate of Tukituki.
First stop is an interview with the local rag, the Wanganui Chronicle.
The Greens have released their fiscal plan, and say that with all their policies costed they'll run budget surpluses only slightly below Treasury forecasts.
The latest poll has Peeni Henare safely in front.
"Did they intend that to be a compliment or an insult?"
National has released a simple, five-point plan for the economy and the tax system which it says will deliver sustained success.
A farmer drove over a NZ First candidate's foot with a tractor.
Poto Williams' election hoarding has found itself a long way stuck up a tree.
"It's a waste of time having 12 Māori MPs in a Labour caucus when they're whipped," she told The AM Show.
He described it as "A market of vampires overseen by government who were out to lunch".
Her party's ads make a number of dubious claims about Labour's tax plans.
"I don't get caught in the whole rich and poor thing," she told The AM Show.
The Greens are guilty of releasing dodgy numbers, writes Patrick Gower.
Farmer-targeted taxes will be at the centre of a protest in Morrinsville.
Bill English will trade his walking shoes for a bike, while Jacinda Ardern will lunch with community leaders.
The at-risk Green Party may have found a lifeboat in its Nelson candidate.
The PM said in Sunday's Facebook Live that Paula Bennett was a "more effective" deputy.
Concerns are being raised about Electoral Commission staff allegedly undermining Māori voters.
The party would also see landlords put aside a bond to fund overdue maintenance and repairs.
Many Australians may not have realised there was an election going on in New Zealand without Jacindamania and the spat over Barnaby Joyce's Kiwi citizenship.