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John Key is celebrating National's unprecedented third-term election win as Labour sorts through the wreckage.
David Cunliffe is confident he has the continued support of his party, despite Labour gaining less than 25 percent of the party vote.
Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom says he takes full responsibility for their loss tonight, admitting his brand was "poison" for the party.
A former school teacher has buried the hopes of Hone Harawira's Internet Mana Party of getting into government - despite Harawira having the backing of Kim Dotcom's millions.
David Seymour tonight became the third consecutive ACT MP for Epsom, Auckland.
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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says the party did well in the election, considering the resources they had.
"While it's true that we may not have changed the Government tonight, we have proven that we can make history."
With results still thin on the ground, food tweets from the various party HQs and leaders' houses are proving popular.
You might think the normally noisy and heavily opinionated NZ Twittersphere would fall silent under the strict rules of Election Day.
A wrap of all the action from the election and a behind-the-scenes look at each political party’s functions.
It was a divisive vote that split a country down the middle, as well as countless pubs, workplaces and households.
E-coli has been found in the water supply of Arrowtown in Central Otago.
Eight members of a team dedicated to raising awareness of Ebola have been attacked and killed by a hostile crowd in a remote Guinea village.
The Bulldogs have held off a spirited Manly comeback at Allianz Stadium in Sydney to win in extra time by 18-17.
Kate Rodger reviews two of this week's new releases, Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Indian film The Lunchbox.
All Whites captain Winston Reid scored his first goal of the Premier League season as West Ham dealt to Liverpool 3-1.
Heavy rain is causing dangerous driving conditions in the central Manawatu region, including Palmerston North today.
Bolivian President Evo Morales reportedly plans to open a restaurant after his political career ends.
When Campbell Live first visited Dunedin's worst student flat in August last year, the pictures shocked us and they shocked you.
It's quite likely that the Greens will again be the third-largest party in Parliament after the votes are counted tomorrow.
Here at Campbell Live, we couldn't wait for election night and took things into our own hands with lolly polls throughout the country.
As New Zealanders go to the polls, The Guardian newspaper has described this campaign as the strangest, dirtiest and most dramatic.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
"Two f-words have been used a lot this week, rather aptly by Frank in Fiji. Free and fair. Frank Bainimarama promised the elections would be both.
Opinion: F-words dominate Fiji elections
Liam Neeson is hoping his pal Dan Stevens can pull strings to land him a role as a stableman in Downton Abbey.
Destiny excels as a great co-op, sci-fi shooter with RPG elements and despite not fulfilling its enormous potential, I love it.
Adam Lambert has returned to the American Idol auditions to fill in for judge Keith Urban as he comforts his wife Nicole Kidman following the death of her father.
Guided By Voices have split a decade after frontman Robert Pollard and his bandmates first decided to go their separate ways.
Olympic champions Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie have had to settle for a silver medal at the ISAF Sailing World Championships in Spain.
The New Zealand Warriors have confirmed Tony Iro as one of two new assistant coaches for the 2015 NRL season.
Jonathan Trott insists Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson was not responsible for his early exit from England's Ashes tour.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick as Real Madrid equalled their biggest ever away win in La Liga with a 8-2 thrashing of Deportivo la Coruna.
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