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Across the ditch in New Zealand, Kiwi’s are heading to the polls in one of the closest  elections in history.

Neither Prime Minister, Bill English or Labour’s, Jacinda Ardern were running for the nation’s top job at the last election though come Saturday that will all change.

With pundits unsure which way the election will go Myles Houlbrook-Walk investigates what may come of Saturday’s election.

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