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The Green Party says it has a strong base as polls show the party hovering above the number needed to stay in Parliament.
The Green Party has pledged to raise student allowances by 20 percent and make it available to everyone who studies.
Charging carbon polluters and using funds to plant a billion trees would create "tens of thousands" of jobs, Green party leader James Shaw says. Audio
The Green Party wants to replace the Emissions Trading Scheme with a fund that would return dividends of up to $250 per person each year.
New Zealand First wants the SuperGold card to be more than a "dumb piece of plastic" by turning it into a debit card that collects loyalty points.
First Person - The Māori Party is signalling it would prefer to go with Labour if it's in a position to make a choice. Mei Heron reports from the party's campaign bus.
Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell knows he has a battle on his hands to keep the seat of Waiariki.
In the four years Debbie Munroe has been helping fill Manurewa's bellies she's seen an explosion in the numbers of people sleeping rough, she says.
Candidates in the electorate are getting a clear message from voters on what matters to them.
The Green Party wants to create one of New Zealand's largest marine sanctuaries off the South Taranaki coast to protect animals from seabed mining.
The Green Party wants to put an immediate 20 cent charge on plastic bags, phase out plastic packaging, and send zero waste to landfill by 2050.
A Labour government would start building a new hospital in the centre of Dunedin in its first term, the party says.
After a difficult period for the Green Party culminating in the loss of two top staffers earlier this week, its leader James Shaw is cracking on with the campaign.
Australia's Foreign Minister says it will be difficult trust a Labour government with the involvement of a Labour MP in Australia's Deputy PM's citizenship controversy.
The Green Party has recycled its 2014 election slogan 'Love New Zealand' as it re-launches this year's campaign.
The Green Party is locked in back-to-back campaign meetings as they scramble to pick up the pieces from Metiria Turei's shock resignation.
Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei has been questioned about her benefit history at a meeting with investigators from the Ministry of Social Development. Video
Prime Minister Bill English has been accused of sending hundreds of text messages to the woman who resigned after a dispute with National MP Todd Barclay.
The government is scrapping the decile rating system for schools, replacing it with a confidential funding system.
New Zealand is closely watching the anti-slavery law in the UK as authorities say exploitation and human trafficking is starting to become a bigger problem here.
Work visas were approved for a record 226,000 people in the last financial year, and according to the government the number will keep rising.
The Labour Party wants to stop schools asking parents for donations, and would give the education sector an extra $4 billion if elected to government.
Nobody should ever have to lie, as she did, in order to feed their kids, Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei says. Video, Audio
The co-leader reveals she lied to receive more benefits while struggling to raise her daughter on her own, as the party announces its $1.5bn families' package.
The Green Party wants to create an infrastructure fund, paid for by raising royalty rates on oil drilling, to help the country become carbon neutral by 2050.