New Zealand has voted in the local government elections and the results have been rolling in.
Mayoral candidates have been worried about low engagement and voter turnout in this year's elections.
Yesterday Auckland Council offered several voting options to try and meet its target of 40 percent turnout.
But despite fears for low voter engagement mayoral candidates have been giving it their all in fiery debates, trying to convince the public of why they should help make the big decisions for the next three years.
See all RNZ's earlier coverage of the campaigns.
Official results will be released from 17 to 23 October.