Parliament finished for the year - and the decade - this week and politicians have begun heading away for their summer breaks.
Each party had their time in the spotlight, from National releasing a plethora of discussion documents, to Labour consistently hitting higher numbers in the polls than what they got in the 2017 election.
ACT's David Seymour successfully got his euthanasia legislation past third reading, while Green minister James Shaw wrangled cross-party support for the Government's Zero Carbon Bill. New Zealand First also continued its support of regional development.
Which parliamentary political party have you been most impressed with in 2019?