Nothing gets Aotearoa worked up like an American making outlandish claims in 'The Washington Post'.
While National pledges to be strongest opposition ever. And in other news, a big win for Hera Lindsay Bird and Bush bags Trump.
An open letter to the Queenmaker, possible incumbent Deputy PM and undisputed Bruce Wayne of The Beehive.
Here’s what we can expect from our new leaders on student loans, housing, immigration, cannabis and other key policies.
Winston Peters swings to the Left, saying the country voted for change.
Golriz Ghahraman on how escaping Iran's oppressive regime and defending war criminals in international courts has shaped her politics.
With all the votes finally counted, the outcome has swung a little further in Labour’s favour. What does that mean for the next government?
The former PM urges the Greens to talk to National, plus violence erupts over independence vote in Spain and Trump's latest Twitter tirade over North Korea.
Plus new hopes for Pike River mine re-entry, Puerto Rico without power after Hurricane Maria and Bali calls natural disaster before volcanic eruption.
The votes are counted, but we’re not there yet.
Kill your last few hours before the election-night drinking games with these gems from VICE.
Plus: the fuel crisis eases, a UN economist criticises TPPA research, and at least 245 dead in Mexico earthquake.