New Zealanders go to the polls in General Election

Polling places are open from 9am to 7pm as Kiwis elect the 52nd New Zealand Parliament.

03:07
It could be make or break tomorrow some the parties vying for a place at the MMP table.

Leaders of the minor partys out to grab last minute votes and keep their political dreams alive

It could be make or break tomorrow for some parties vying for a place at the MMP table.

02:18
But the Labour leader was once again fending off attacks over tax from Bill English.

But the Labour leader was once again fending off attacks over tax from Bill English.

Labour focuses on youth vote in final push to get over the line on election day

00:53
NZ First's leader will keep his options open on who he'll negotiate with if king or queenmaker.

Watch: 'Very confident' Winston Peters says negotiating with party that gets the largest number of votes 'only a convention'

NZ First's leader will keep his options open on who he'll negotiate with if king or queenmaker.

A major proportion of those under 30 aren't enrolled to vote.

Advance votes near one million with today's early votes still to be counted

The total advance votes are expected to be well over one million before election day tomorrow.

The Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met with Bill English today, and laid a wreath in Arrowtown.

Aussie PM Turnbull wishes English good luck for poll day

English is facing a tough battle to retain his job amid hype around Labour's Jacinda Ardern.

Green Party leader James Shaw, NZ First leader Winston Peters, TOP leader Gareth Morgan, Labour leader Jacinda Ardern, National leader Bill English, ACT leader David Seymour, Maori Party leaders Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox.

New data reveals which political party and leader topped Facebook

More than 710K people have talked about the election on Facebook since March, new figures show.

00:51
Even Mike Hosking agreed with Ardern that National were barking up the wrong tree.

Vote Compass: Who Kiwis thought won the final TVNZ leaders' debate

Thousands of Kiwis have given their say on the issues facing the country.

00:40
The Labour leader and National leader tell Breakfast why voters should back them.

The Labour leader and National leader tell Breakfast why voters should back them.

Watch: Bill English, Jacinda Ardern make final pitch for votes as tight election race draws to a close

06:20
1 NEWS Political Editor Corin Dann predicts what might happen once the election result is in.

Video: Who is 'the most desperate to be in power' and secure NZ First's support?

Watch: Bill English, Jacinda Ardern make final pitch for votes as tight election race draws to a close

01:07
Bill English and Jacinda Ardern were both asked about the results and had some very different answers.

Campaign clock ticking for leaders to woo voters as polls point to tight finish tomorrow

Bill English is on his bus from Taupo to Auckland and Jacinda Ardern campaigns in NZ's biggest city.

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In today's Policy in 60 Seconds, Tim Wilson compares the parties' immigration policies.

The polarising issue of immigration: What's the right number of people to bring into New Zealand?

In today's Policy in 60 Seconds, Tim Wilson compares the parties' immigration policies.

02:18
But the Labour leader was once again fending off attacks over tax from Bill English.

Labour focuses on youth vote in final push to get over the line on election day

Jacinda Ardern was at Canterbury University today to push more young voters to enrol and vote.

03:17
Mr English has just one more day to woo the voters before the election.

Mr English has just one more day to woo the voters before the election.

Watch: Bill English casts early vote with wife Mary, days out from election

01:07
Bill English and Jacinda Ardern were both asked about the results and had some very different answers.

National eight points ahead of Labour in latest poll

In tonight's Newshub Reid Research poll the Greens are on 7.1 per cent with a day to go before Saturday's election.

02:08
A major proportion of those under 30 aren't enrolled to vote.

Early voting numbers nearly double that of last election

The total number is up to a whopping 806,000 with one day still to go.

00:51
Even Mike Hosking agreed with Ardern that National were barking up the wrong tree.

Health, tax, fuel crisis dominate social media during 1 NEWS Leaders Debate

Bill English was once again the most talked about leader on social media during the debate.

01:00
Mr Peters said he has never heard anyone spontaneously erupt into singing God Defend New Zealand at a time of joy, like other countries do.

Winston Peters hints that he would be open to changing the national anthem

Mr Peters said Kiwis didn't seem to enjoy singing it like other countries do.

00:24
Two men in the small town of Bulls gave the National Party leader a warm welcome.

Watch: Too young to vote 17-year-old gives rousing haka to Bill English in Bulls

"I couldn't give you my vote so I decided to give you something else."

02:01
The National leader says: "Sometimes things don't go as they should".

Final leaders' debate between English and Ardern pulls in over one million viewers

The debate was must watch viewing for over 40% of New Zealand's TV audience last night.

02:34
English and Ardern were put on the spot over potential coalition partners. Mr English didn't mince his words.

Watch: 'I'm suggesting to voters they cut out the middle man' – English issues blunt message on Peters

English and Ardern were put on the spot over potential coalition partners. Mr English didn't mince his words.

04:23
1 NEWS Political Reporter Andrea Vance says there was a clear winner last night.

'Something snapped and she fired up' - did Jacinda Ardern triumph over Bill English in final leaders' debate?

English and Ardern agree on one thing in 1 NEWS debate - the election race is neck and neck

00:29
The NZ First leader says he can't confirm whether he would go with Labour or National.

Watch: 'If I knew, I'd tell you' - Winston Peters insists he hasn't made a decision about which party he'd join forces with

'These pollsters get it wrong' - Winston Peters says NZ First has more support than indicated

00:47
Mr Peters said the polls were wrong earlier this year and they are wrong now, a day after a 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll showed party support at five per cent.

'These pollsters get it wrong' - Winston Peters says NZ First has more support than indicated

The NZ First leader was pushed again this morning on which party he'll back.

00:51
Even Mike Hosking agreed with Ardern that National were barking up the wrong tree.

English and Ardern agree on one thing in 1 NEWS debate - the election race is neck and neck

The debate began less than an hour after a 1 NEWS Colmar Brunton poll delivered a shock result.

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