He says Jacinda Ardern is a "meaningless face-lift".
Anti-gay campaigners are trying to influence a postal vote on marriage equality.
Does 'Boring Bill' really deserve the nickname?
Bill Shorten could be embroiled in the Australian dual citizenship crisis.
Peter Dunne's chosen to quit rather than lose, writes Patrick Gower.
He has refused to apologise for the dig at the Labour Party.
Maintain or reduce immigration - that's the question political parties are grappling with.
Peter Dunne quitting is a symbolic political victory for Jacinda Ardern.
Peter Dunne announced on Monday he would not seek re-election.
The United Future leader has announced he will not be seeking re-election for Parliament.
If you're 18 or younger, the Greens will let you use public transport for free.
Net migration reached 72,400 in the year to July, driven by Australians, Brits and Chinese.
The party will also extend access to the Community Services Card.
Watch as Gareth Morgan addresses media after calling Labour leader Jacinda Ardern "lipstick on a pig".
He tweeted a provocative photo, but a TOP spokesman said he was just using a well-known euphemism.
This follows findings that two-thirds of Auckland teachers are considering moving out of town due to the high cost of living.
The Opportunities Party leader also offered to help the Labour leader with policy.
The party has vowed to spend another $10.5 billion on roads.
The party, which is polling at 2 percent, says any party that wants to work with it has to keep the Māori seats.
Jacinda Ardern's line is so good, it's surprising no one's used it before.
Labour's Jacinda Ardern said she's "determined" to tackle climate change "full on".
As Prime Minister, Ms Ardern would make ending child poverty her goal.
Watch Jacinda Ardern launch Labour's campaign for the 2017 election.
Hundreds of people were watching on big screens from overflow rooms.
Labour's only polling where it should be at the "end of the third term of a bad Government".
A new poll has support for National and Labour within the margin of error.
Two-thirds now want change, with Greens and NZ First voters leading the way, a new survey suggests.
The Cabinet manual frowns on any Govt announcements within three months of an election.
RNZ's Guyon Espiner and Newsroom Pro editor Bernard Hickey unpack the political week.
The Ministry of Health is looking for a new location in the city centre.
New Zealand is only of the only countries where you don't have to be a citizen to vote.
He's kept a low profile lately, but will appear on an Internet Party livestream on Sunday.
After a visit to Australia, the Croatian president is due to arrive in New Zealand on Saturday.
Jacinda Ardern thinks they won't need help to stay in.
The party rolled out new billboards on Friday featuring their new slogan.
If Google searches were votes, in five weeks we'd be saying hi to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Winston Peters says it will increase productivity and stimulate the economy.
Peter Chan says the party needs him to "advise" Winston Peters.
Cabbages won't cost $18 and wine won't come with a $75 'water charge'.
She hopes the Greens' woes will put more focus on her own party's track record.