A study has found four of the country's most-read newspapers were biased during last year's election campaign.
Judith Collins has tabled the Electoral Commission’s final report on the MMP voting system in Parliament.
The hour-long radio show Prime Minister John Key hosted prior to the election has been referred to the police for breaching the Broadcasting Act.
Labour has ceded the west Auckland electorate of Waitakere to National.
The judge who oversaw the Waitakere electoral recount has released his comments, providing insights into Paula Bennett's victory.
Election 2011 was "bloody exciting" - well that's what the Young Nats told our political reporter Patrick Gower.
Hekia Parata was one of the big winners in today’s Cabinet announcement, taking over the education portfolio and increasing her placing to 7th.
Prime Minister John Key has announced his new Cabinet line-up, with a number of new faces and portfolio reallocations.
Prime Minister John Key will announce his new Cabinet at 11am today.
Tomorrow's leadership scrap between David Shearer and David Cunliffe has closed up - both sides agree on that.
The Maori Party is expected to sign a support deal with National, giving the government the added insurance of three more seats in parliament.
Labour's Brendon Burns is pushing ahead with a recount in the Christchurch Central electorate, after losing to National's Nicky Wagner by just 45 votes.
The Electoral Commission is denying there is a leak within its ranks, despite accurate reports in the media predicting Paula Bennett's loss in Waitakere.
Even though the general election was a fortnight ago, the future of several candidates and sitting MPs will finally be revealed tomorrow afternoon.
Final election results will be released on Saturday and some MPs are waiting to find out whether special votes will boot them out of Parliament.
The Waitakere seat showdown will go to the wire tomorrow with special votes announced and Labour’s Carmel Sepuloni tipped to edge out National’s Paula Bennett.
Maori Party co-leader Pita Sharples has only just been re-elected in his Tamaki Makaurau seat but will soon stand down as co-leader.
One week ago, we saw the end of an election campaign that started with a fizz and ended with a bang - we celebrate with an election montage.
The Green Party is calling for an investigation into why voter turnout was so low on election day.
Phil Goff pulled the plug on his leadership today, announcing that he will stand down on December 13. Duncan Garner spoke to the potential replacements.
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