The Greens and Labour are inching closer to a governing deal, with an announcement expected on Sunday.
Co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw met with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern again this afternoon.
Mr Shaw says they are on track to conclude talks tomorrow as planned.
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister echoed this, saying, "discussions on a final text are nearing conclusion".
Once the deal has been hashed out, a Zoom call will be held with about 150 Green Party delegates - likely to take place on Saturday.
They will vote on the deal - with a 75 percent majority needed to give it the green light.
Ms Davidson says details of the deal will not be made public before delegates vote.
And in case you're wondering - the biscuits on the table today were Tim Tams - with Mr Shaw quipping, "you could say that the talks are getting sweeter".