Winston Peters announced yesterday that NZ First will go with Labour, making Jacinda Ardern New Zealand's new Prime Minister.
Here is what is being said about the Labour-NZ First government.
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The Labour Party leader and now Prime Minister says it is an "absolute honour and a privilege" to be able to form a government for all New Zealanders. Video
New Zealand First has chosen to enter a coalition with the Labour Party, with the Green Party on confidence and supply, Winston Peters says. Video
Jacinda Ardern has gone from front-bench MP to NZ's second youngest PM in just over 10 weeks. Glen Scanlon takes a look at her trajectory this election.
Tell us which party you think Winston Peters will agree to form a government with.
New Zealand First is "98 percent of the way there" on policy discussions as it decides who to form a government with, MPs say.
The former United Future leader Peter Dunne says whichever government is formed after coalition talks with New Zealand First is unlikely to last the parliamentary term.
Winston-watch is enough to make even the most ardent political junkie's eyes glaze over. While you wait, Kate Newton has what you might have missed since Election Day.
Analysis - New Zealand will not fall apart while we wait for a government to be negotiated. But that does not mean we should accept a lack of respect for transparency, Tim Watkin writes.
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