New Zealand dominated another day of Test cricket against Pakistan, who are on the ropes in Mount Maunganui.
The Black Caps were 192 runs ahead going into day 4 of the Test, and quickly added 180 before asking Pakistan to bat again.
Openers Tom Latham (53) and Tom Blundell (64) posted 111 for the first wicket, while Kane Williamson chipped in with 21 as the hosts declared within 46 overs.
Pakistan got off to a nightmare start, losing both openers before they scored a run. Tim Southee then took his 300th Test wicket, dismissing Haris Sohail with the score on 37.
Azhar Ali (34*) Fawad Alam (21*) absorbed the pressure thereafter, allowing Pakistan to finish the day 71/3, a deficit of 302 runs.