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Election 2014: Left routed

John Key: After the most surreal campaign in living memory, his party has gained two seats (@rnz)

National increases vote | NZ First rises but Winston's kingmaker services not required | Conservatives fail to make 5% | Internet Mana wiped out as Harawira loses seat | Labour rebel Stuart Nash takes Napier from National | Labour defectors go to NZ First rather than Greens | Cunliffe refuses to budge

Election 2014: The top five blunders

Winning

Plus a couple of the choicer tweets.

Election 2014: Dotcom spends $577 per vote

Dotcom: what will the Electoral Commission make of him using the Internet Party-promoted "Moment of Truth" event, in part, to promote one of his companies?

The giant German manages to win at least one election race.

Election 2014: The records that fell

David Farrar

PLUS: Focus turns to 300,000 special votes.

How online voting could work

IITP NZ CEO Paul Matthews

Paul Matthews was part of a working group whose recent report brought online voting a step closer.

One third vote before Election Day

Image: Electoral Commission

Electoral Commission's staggering stats show our Election Day news and advertising rules are out of date.

NBR People Scene: World 25th anniversary

Dame Rosie Horton and Lucy Lawless at World

Latest galleries from Norrie Montgomery

Change to development contributions legislation welcomed

Happy Developers: New legislation changing development contributions has encouraged developers who thought the ‘development tax’ was unfair

Commercial and industrial property developers have long felt hard done by with development contribution legislation.

NBR People Scene: Vodafone Warriors Red all

Colin Mathura Jeffree and Nicky Clarke at Vodafone Warriors Red Ball

Latest galleries from Norrie Montgomery

Lucia Di Lammermoor returns to Mercury Theatre after 25 years

Auckland Opera Studio has teamed up with The Auckland Chamber Orchestra to bring some of New Zealand’s most outstanding operatic talent to the stage.

New Len Lye Centre and a new era for the Govett Brewster Gallery

Len Lye Centre

The new gallery in Ashburton has recently opened and the new Waitakere Contemporary Gallery (Te Uru) adjacent to Lopdell House will be opened next month

Weekend food: Produce report, fresh on the shelves

Asparagus

Picks of the weeks and recipies.

NZ POLITICS DAILY: Sunday Sept 21

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