The eagerly waited release leaves critics a little confused.
What went down on an extraordinary day in New Zealand politics.
Our favourite court case drags itself into 2018.
National takes Northcote seat and Farmers workers strike.
Plus continuing opposition to the CPTPP, and Cyclone Hola arriving in New Zealand.
Plus tyre fires, a sugar tax, and that shocker Jacinda Ardern interview.
Here’s where the leadership candidates stand on key divisive issues.
"This current cacophony of issues has to be put aside," he told reporters. "I think it’s my responsibility to do my bit to make sure that happens."
Joyce and Mitchell line up in the National Party leadership race, prepare for Cyclone Gita and stink bugs stall car imports.
Plus substandard housing making kids sick, and ice sheets melting in Antarctica.
The decision robs the center-right coalition, comprising the Liberal Party and the National Party, of its one-seat majority in the lower chamber.
Judge charges the political party $600,000 for using 'Lose Yourself' "sound-alike" in their election campaign.