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Our 40 new MPs - who are they? [Read More]
The election is over, but there's still plenty of politics to get through in the next few weeks. [Read More]
OPINION: The theory National backers went to Labour to keep the Green Party out of power is very politically useful, but there's no real proof... [Read More]
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Act's challenge now is to maintain its support. [Read More]
Helen Clark has messaged Jacinda Ardern to congratulate her on a 'fantastic' result. [Read More]
Former MP has no regrets but admits to some unfinished business. [Read More]
National MPs have pointed to a number of issues they say led to the landslide loss. [Read More]
Green MP Chlöe Swarbrick has become only the second Green MP to win an electorate seat, and the first to do it without a hand-up... [Read More]
Re-elected West Coast-Tasman Labour MP Damien O'Connor is stoked by the party vote swing to Labour across his large electorate. [Read More]
OPINION: The region's blue tinge has well and truly been washed away this election. [Read More]
Labour leader won't say if Saturday's victory was a win for progressives as she suggests the Greens might be downgraded out of Government. [Read More]
Scott Hawthorne, 40, voted Labour - and hopes it will implement the Green Party's proposed Rangiora to Ashburton rail service. [Read More]
Age: 69 Address: 59 Litchfield Road, Watertown Party: Democrat Education: Lafayette College, 1973; UConn Law School, 1979; Central Connecticut State University, 2002, sixth-year education degree.... [Read More]
Age: 32 Address: 25 Lakeview Drive, Watertown Party: Republican Education: Fairfield University, 2011, political science Experience: Town Council 2011-2017; 68th District state Representative, 2017…... [Read More]
'We need to break this system that continuously keeps our people in second place.'... [Read More]
National's Rangitata campaign chairwoman believes they "grossly underestimated" the way media and the Labour Party have dumbed down politics. [Read More]
National's Jacqui Dean says she was delighted to retain her seat as many of her colleagues lost in a "watershed" election. [Read More]
Judith Collins has also revealed that she took on National's leadership reluctantly. [Read More]
Former Finance Minister says Labour ran a "very safe" campaign. [Read More]
One seat flipped to the Greens, one to the Maori Party and 14 to Labour. [Read More]
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