Christopher Luxon will become the next Prime Minister of New Zealand.
What will different political parties do to fix our housing crisis?
Here's what political parties say they'll do about rainbow rights if they're elected.
We’re breaking down different parties' policies on some of the biggest issues in Aotearoa right now.
“This fear-mongering is an absolute flipping over of what’s correct and who poses a threat to who.”
We talked with young people about the cost of living crisis and how it will impact their vote.
A date is yet to be set but Make It 16 will be heading to the Supreme Court.
Teenagers under the age of 18 can join the army, work, drive, pay taxes and leave home - so why can’t they vote?
That’s a question being…
“It restricts Māori ability to have an impact in these elections.”
Every five or six years, Māori voters have the choice to swap between the general electoral…
A 2020 wrap-up to end all 2020 wrap-ups. Here’s 2020 summed up in two minutes.
The special votes have been counted and the final results of the referendums and New Zealand’s 2020 general election have been released.
It’s still a no for…
Plus words of advice from Kiri Allan who was in their position three years ago.
65% of NZers voted yes in the euthanasia referendum. 53% voted no in the cannabis referendum.
What it’s like being 19 and interviewing some of the country’s most powerful people.
National Party candidate Agnes Loheni and Labour Party candidate Hon Aupito William Sio join Torisse Laulu for a conversation ahead of the 2020 Election.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church talks to ACT's deputy leader, Brooke Van Velden.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church meets leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church meets the co-leader of the Green Party.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church, from Church & AP, speaks to Winston Peters.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church talks to National leader Judith Collins.
Here's how political polls really work.
Wellington graphic designer Matt does deep analysis of the colours, grammar and symbols of election billboards in the Ōhāriu electorate.
Stoners are hidden everywhere. From business executives to teachers, people from all walks of life love to toke every now and then.
The idea of Kiwis being…
Just how exactly was the election day moved, and what does "dissolution of Parliament" even mean?
Zoe Madden-Smith looks into the different ways parties fund themselves, and the flaws in the system.
New Zealand has 14 registered political parties, can you name them all? I couldn’t.
My feed's been spammed by so many political scandals I don’t know what each party stands for anymore
We’ve all seen the gun photo and heard the phrase “Crusher Collins”, but what does she stand for?
The gender-neutral title Mx. is an option on the electoral roll for the first time. Kiwis tell us what this means for them.
You can enrol to…
The referendum that could make it legal for some terminally ill patients to choose their deaths.