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Special votes can be returned and counted up to 10 days after election day so there is something of a lag time. Here's what they are, why they're special, and what you need to know about them.
This is what you need to know about voting and MMP. Video
Analysis - With more than 16 minutes of ads spread in four blocks across the hour, and five leaders to bounce ideas and insults off one another, last night's debate made for frantic, fractured…
Neither Jacinda Ardern nor Judith Collins were willing to claim victory in last night's debate, but that has not stopped both Labour and National crowning their own champions.
The election could see some parties welcoming far more MPs into Parliament. They may celebrate, but sudden party growth has its own pitfalls to avoid.
National's finance spokesperson Paul Goldsmith remains defiant the party's economic plan stacks up - but has had to make another correction after using out of date figures.
The government should abandon some recommendations in the "appalling" Health and Disability review, and set up a separate ministry, people across the disability sector say.
Covid-19 has introduced the world to an all-new lexicon as 'coronavirus', 'self-isolation' and 'social distancing' become commonplace terms. Here's a guide to what they all mean. Video
The International, the highest paying esports tournament in the world, begins today in Shanghai. Here's all you need to know about the event.
Police will improve training to reduce officers' inconsistent approaches to chasing fleeing drivers, but are largely leaving their pursuits policy unchanged, following the release of a joint review…
Police and the IPCA are tomorrow releasing their first joint report into pursuits. Here's a short history of pursuits, police policy, and crash trends.
An outbreak of measles in Canterbury has prompted huge demand for vaccinations, but what is the disease and how serious is it really?
Temperatures in Dunedin have hit a record 35 degrees celsius.
New Zealand needs to have a vision for zero road deaths because any death is intolerable, NZTA Road Safety Manager Harry Wilson says.
Wet weather in the South Island over the weekend has broken a number of records, with Christchurch receiving 167 percent of its normal July rainfall during the storm.
Analysis - KFC's deal to sponsor the Rugby League World Cup caused a ruckus, but others have also taken money from businesses in health advocates' firing lines.
Vice President Joe Biden's arrival this evening follows a tradition of visits "strengthening our relationship" marred by differences over US military endeavors. Audio