The fight for Labour's leadership has become bitter and personal, with David Cunliffe's wife caught in the crossfire.
David Cunliffe joined Paul to discuss why he hasn't given up hope and why he believes he "can get votes in this caucus".
Tonight, Campbell Live takes you on a tour of a beach house - it hasn't won an award, but it's getting a lot of attention because it belongs to former cabinet minister Judith Collins.
Tonight Mr Cunliffe spoke in his first interview since making that announcement on Saturday afternoon, where he began by saying he thinks he will be re-elected as the party's leader.
Kelvin Davis has voiced his outrage over the return of entry fees for New Zealanders at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
Grant Robertson has twisted the knife into rival David Cunliffe as the Labour Party's messy rebuilding process gets underway.
Grant Robertson has put himself forward to become Labour's next leader, and says he can unify the party.
Green blogger Marama Davidson and 3rd Degree reporter Paula Penfold tonight joined guest host Mike Puru to discuss whether Mr Cunliffe has any chance of staying Labour leader.
Firstline's political panel talked about David Cunliffe remaining leader of the Labour Party despite pressure to step down.
It is understood David Cunliffe is continuing to resist pressure from his caucus to resign from the role of leader.
It's all aboard for another three years for National MP Nicky Wagner, taking her seat for a second consecutive term in Christchurch Central with a substantially increased majority.
Labour Party deputy leader David Parker has shut down rumours he would challenge for the leadership, saying he will stay in his role.
Labour will bring in at least two independent experts to dissect what led to the party's disastrous election night defeat.
It wasn't a great night for the ACT Party on Saturday, with just one MP, David Seymour in Epsom, getting in to Parliament.
Hone Harawira says that he "didn't actually feel heartbroken" on Saturday night AAA he spent Sunday morning with his family watching movies, which he describes as one of the best things in life.
Just 48 hours after New Zealand's general election, John Key sat down with John Campbell in Wellington after he was elected for another three years as Prime Minister.
John Key flew back into Wellington this morning, himself keen to get a bit of normality post-election and form a new government.
Internet Party leader Laila Harré says the party's defeat in last night's election, caused by "aggressive" right-wing attacks, is a blow for the entire left bloc.
Winston Peters has declared New Zealand First the lead Opposition party after saying Labour and the Green Party "grossly let down" New Zealanders.
National's historic win last night means it doesn't necessarily need any others to govern, but Steven Joyce says the party will still be making calls to its partners.
David Cunliffe is determined to stay on as Labour leader, but says he is up for another leadership challenge should there be one.
United Future's Peter Dunne has again clung to the windswept hills of his Wellington Ohariu electorate.
After what's being described as one of the dirtiest campaigns on record, it shouldn't come as a surprise the final day had its own drama.
As New Zealanders go to the polls, The Guardian newspaper has described this campaign as the strangest, dirtiest and most dramatic.
It's quite likely that the Greens will again be the third-largest party in Parliament after the votes are counted tomorrow.
The two major parties have been suffering in the polls and despite a big lead over Labour, there's no certainty that the National Party will be able to form a Government next week.
At the Corelli School of Music in Auckland's Browns Bay tonight, the Conservative Party had their very last meeting until the election.
Colin Craig says Rachel McGregor "officially" resigned as his press secretary "without giving any reason".
Winston Peters could be on the cusp of becoming New Zealand's second-most powerful man.
NZ First leader Winston Peters is urging Te Tai Tokerau voters to vote for Kelvin Davis.
Auckland Central is a marginal electorate, with more voters in their twenties than any other.
National's John Key, Labour's David Cunliffe and New Zealand First's Winston Peters start their bus tours today.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig was unaware his long-time press secretary quit, thinking she was "just taking the morning off".
In the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, the Green Party polled at 14 percent. Their goal is to reach 15 percent by election night.
In the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, not only is NZ First making a strong showing, but the popularity of their leader as preferred Prime Minister has surged.
Labour leader David Cunliffe wants to wipe out the Internet Party by taking out its entry route to Parliament.
Both Labour and National would need Winston Peters to govern, according to the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll.
John Key won't be seeking an assurance from the US about whether the NSA undertakes mass surveillance on New Zealanders because he's "very comfortable" the country is not their focus.
Official polls have the Conservatives within a whisker of the five percent threshold, plus they claim they have seen other polls which put them much higher than that.
It's always been a struggle getting young people to vote but a couple of Massey University masters students have come up with an online tool to help.
Prime Minister John Key says Edward Snowden's claim that the United States has spy facilities in New Zealand is about as likely as Martians roaming the country.
With just under a week until election day, Campbell Live's tour of the country's electorates continues.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event in Auckland.
Tonight at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event, journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke on alleged evidence that claims of widespread domestic spying.
There are seven parties and 249 candidates standing for the new 50-seat parliament. Each candidate has been assigned a three-digit number, and it's that number that appears on the voting papers.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald told media over the weekend that US National Security Agency documents obtained by Edward Snowden show the GCSB has engaged in widespread domestic spying.
ACT Party leader Jamie Whyte is the last in our Ask Me Anything series with political leaders. Here are a few things we learned about the former philosophy lecturer.
After what you might describe as an aggressive week on the campaign trail, Mana Party leader Hone Harawira has not been someone you would consider to be easily rattled.
The seat is currently held by Internet Mana co-leader Hone Harawira, but in 2011 he had his majority slashed by 5000 votes.
Fijian leader Voreqe Bainimarama has welcomed the release of 45 UN peacekeepers kidnapped by al-Qaeda linked rebels in the Golan Heights.
As Labour's numbers slip in the polls, the Green Party is looking to run a more independent campaign.
The ACT Party is polling at 0.3 percent in the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, however the party is going upwards at a rate of 0.5 percent in other polls each day.
David Cunliffe says towns like Foxton are suffering under a National Government and Labour would save these places from a slow death.
Former head of the SIS Warren Tucker has received an official honour as blogger Cameron Slater is summonsed to give evidence about a fast-tracked document release.
Work and Income has promised the families of the victims of last week's shooting in Ashburton that everything will be done to ensure it doesn't happen again.
National leader John Key is defending his vague tax cut plan.
A blues singer has taken the Electoral Commission to court in an attempt to reverse a ban on his satirical song 'Planet Key'.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has resorted to using some rather unparliamentary language to convince Scots to stay in the union.
John Key and David Cunliffe went head-to-head on the economy and consequences of raising the minimum wage.
There could be a new force in Parliament soon based on the latest 3 News/Reid Research poll AAA Colin Craig's Conservatives.