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Debate's brewing over this Ariana Grande album cover and whether it's photoshopped. Matty McLean put the pose to the test.
With National kicked out of power, questions are inevitably being asked about Bill English's next move. Will Judith Collins put her hand up? "Come on, I don't see any chance of that happening."
Health expert say you shouldn't give up your seat for an elderly person. Do you agree with their reasoning?
Introducing the supreme winner of the Great NZ Sausage Competition - the Boudin Noir, or black pudding creation from Akaroa Butchery's Brendan Foster. Would you give this one a try?
"Thank you Australia, clearly you don't understand how MMP works. How about you just concentrate on marriage equality first, aye?" Hilary Barry said, following a choice headline from The Australian.
What a night of drama it was in Wellington. Re-live how it all happened.
The Prime Minister-elect plans to attend APEC in Vietnam next month, where she will meet global leaders.
Jacinda Ardern says it will "take a little bit of time" for the term 'Prime Minister' to sink in, and that "there was more that united us, than divided us" with regards to the coalition talks with New Zealand First.
Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand will get three ministerial postings outside of Cabinet, which James Shaw MP tells us he's happy with. "When Winston started speaking, we started getting a few clues… the room erupted, everybody leapt out of their seats because we knew the implications for us are huge."
'We are living in radical times and now we have a new government' - political commentator says Winston had to go left
Bryce Edwards said 'Winston Peters really wanted to shake things up'.