Jacinda Ardern and Kelvin Davis have been elected unopposed at a caucus meeting as Labour's new leader and deputy.
Andrew Little stepped aside as Labour leader this morning and endorsed Ms Ardern as his replacement.
- On Sunday, Labour drops 3 points to 24 percent in a 1 News Colmar Brunton poll, its lowest in more than 20 years
- Leader Andrew Little reveals he had discussed the option of resigning with senior colleages but they had wanted him to stay on
- Mr Little tells RNZ's Morning Report on Monday morning he is "absolutely determined" to be the Labour leader. However he concedes, "at 24 [percent], you don't get to form a government".
- Andrew Little resigns, an hour after telling RNZ's reporter he had no intention of doing so
See how it all went down with RNZ's updates here: