Trigger warning: this article might lead to mental images of Ross having "brutal and misogynistic" sex.
Here’s where the leadership candidates stand on key divisive issues.
VICE hit the streets to ask what issues would drive young New Zealanders to the voting booth.
Plus the government announces the opening of four new charter schools, and the Green Party's plan to cut the gender pay gap.
Plus: Ngāti Ruanui have proposed seabed mining in their sights, and Fonterra stands down two overweight drivers after safety concerns.
National launches its campaign with renewed focus on education, while Labour draws ever-closer.
Today's announcement of Jacinda Ardern as the new leader of Labour has reinvigorated the campaign. VICE remembers each of the four middle-aged men the party tried before her.
The Greens commit to increasing refugee quota, a fifth robot to enter Pike River mine and did a National MP pay hush money to his former employee?
The Great Budget Lolly Scramble of 2017: who scored all the Fruit Bursts, and who had to pick Milk Bottles out of the gutter?