The National Party leader says she has learnt "so much" over the last three years.
The controversial leader says he'll remain friends with Jami-Lee Ross.
Peter Wilson takes a look at how the cards fell.
Simon Bridges says Labour will struggle to "look centrist" to keep voters they've been "lent" by National.
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Parliament still does not fully represent the New Zealand population, writes Paul Spoonley.
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The 27-year-old is no stranger to Wellington's halls of power.
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The challenge will be for Labour to capitalise on this landmark in New Zealand electoral history, writes Jack Vowles.
"No first-term opposition under MMP has got more than 30 percent."
She wants her MPs to focus on the future, not the past.
His place in Parliament is not guaranteed with special votes still to be counted.
Preliminary results are very close in at least three electorates.
The Prime Minister is planning a lower-level support arrangement with the Greens.
"This week, I am inviting you to join me in praying for our nation."
"Good girl," Judith Collins told Denise Lee as she joined her at the podium during a press conference.
The Electoral Commission rubbished claims Advance NZ had lost a "rigged election" yesterday.
National's deputy leader Gerry Brownlee also has no intention of stepping down.
It comes after a "preliminary discussion" with the Green Party co-leaders on Monday.
She's not the only Nat upset to see many of their colleagues leaving.
O'Brien has gone viral for her interview with disgraced former National MP, Jami-Lee Ross.
Labour says it will introduce a tax rate of 39 percent on income over $180,000.
The Labour leader has no plans to change her deputy, meaning Kelvin Davis could become Deputy Prime Minister.
"A Deputy PM outside of Parliament and not one that has been elected - what do you reckon?"
The election saw many seats traditionally won by National go to Labour.
Tim Macindoe struck out at leakers saying: "You have cost a number of people their jobs."
The election of a potentially single-party Government provides an opportunity to do more, says Cameron Bagrie.
But I might become a flexitarian, who knows, writes Duncan Garner.
He doesn't believe there will be "angry recriminations at Tuesday's meeting.