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New Zealand First leader Winston Peters he will be talking to colleagues "over the next few days" about which party he will support.
On last night's results, National, with a likely 58 seats, and Labour-Greens with 52 seats between them, would need Mr Peters to form a government.
Both National and Labour parties are starting attempts to form a government.
The New Zealand heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker has held onto his WBO belt.
Parker has scored a majority points decision over Briton Hughie Fury in their 12 round title fight in Manchester.
Two judges had Parker winning 118-110, while the third had it 114-all.
All of the rounds were even with Parker unable to land the knockout blow while Fury spent the fight on the back foot to keep out of trouble.
He did however stay in contention with his jab.
With the New Zealand election being held this weekend political parties have outlined their Pacific-related policies.
The major parties are focusing on education, immigration and the relationships with Pacific governments.
National's spokesperson for Pacific People's Alfred Ngaro says he is proud of the work his government has done for Pacific people's health and education and he is promising more of the same.
The Oceania Sevens Championships will remain in Fiji for the next three years.
The men's and women's tournaments were hosted at ANZ Stadium in Suva last December and will both return to the Fijian capital until at least 2019.
A record 21 teams are set to contest the 2017 Championships, including 13 men's teams and eight women's sides.
New Zealand will also enter teams in both the men's and women's competition for the first time in three years.
Fiji Airways says it may have to look into cancelling or diverting some flights as jet fuel supply problems spread.
General Manager Shaenaz Voss said passengers travelling to and from Auckland may experience disruptions and delays to their flights due to restrictions on fuel at Auckland Airport.
A shortage was triggered by the closure of a pipeline supplying fuel to Auckland Airport.
The line was shut over the weekend after a leak was discovered on Thursday.
Oceania Football Confederation hopes to broaden knowledge of the sport in the region with the launch of the OFC Education Centre.
The centre is launching in the Cook Islands and Tonga next week.
OFC said the Oceania-wide programme would provide each member association with an educational institute where people could learn and share knowledge, skills and experience in football.