The 2017 election campaign is starting on Sunday for Labour, a day after their worst polling day result since 1922.
It's straight back to business today for John Key, as he shores up support for his new government.
The number of New Zealanders voting increased on the last election, but was still one of the lowest on record.
Education collaboration between New Zealand and Viet Nam is set to grow following the signing this afternoon of a renewed Education Co-operation Arrangement.
The Māori Party urges whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori to have their say on the wide-ranging review of family violence laws.
New Zealand First wants full disclosure of the Saudi Arabia sheep farm deal putting New Zealand’s reputation, sovereignty and integrity on the line.
A decision will soon be made on whether to sanction Nauru over its deteriorating democratic rights and the rule of law, Prime Minister John Key says.
Otago Regional Council chairman Stephen Woodhead has been elected unopposed as chairman of Local Government New Zealand’s Regional Sector Group (RSG).
Modern and traditional forms of storytelling will evoke the First World War at a special event in Palmerston North this Friday to mark 100 years since the renowned battle of Chunuk Bair - one of the
A few thousand people have turned out in Rarotonga to celebrate 50 years of the Cook Islands' self-government in free association with New Zealand.
Mayor Len Brown has announced the membership of the board of Auckland’s newest Council Controlled Organisation (CCO), Development Auckland.
The return of Taniwha Springs to traditional owners Ngati Rangiwewehi is now just one step away following an historic decision by Rotorua Lakes Council today.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw says the government's Saudi Arabian sheep farm investment was a dodgy deal and he's asking for an investigation.
The TPPA Intellectual Property chapter leaked today confirms fears that access to medicines could be more difficult and expensive, and uncovers surprising new implications for the Treaty of Waitangi
New Zealand First remains sad that its motion for a brief Parliamentary debate ahead of this Saturday’s centennial of Chunuk Bair, was reduced to a simple motion without debate.
Prime Minister announces dates for 2014 general election
Regulated period for election advertising expenses begins
Launch of enrolment campaign
Dissolution of Parliament
Governor General issues formal direction to the Electoral Commission to hold the election.
Advertising calling for individual nominations of electorate candidates
Deadline for registered political parties to bulk nominate their electorate candidates to the Electoral Commission.
Deadline for political parties to submit list candidates to the Electoral Commission.
Deadline for individual nominations of electorate candidates to Returning Officers.
Advance and Overseas Voting starts
Advance Voting ends
Last day to enrol for the election.
Polling places open from 9.00am to 7.00pm
Preliminary results released progressively from 7.00pm on www.electionresults.govt.nz
Official results for general election declared
(including special declaration votes)
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@PhilipDuncan @CrowdvBank Hi Philip - we skipped a field and we are working to ensure your credit is in there now. Apologies about this.
Conrad Smith has called for standards to lift across the board when the All Blacks meet Australia on Saturday: http://t.co/CP6wnAklRY
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