Storm coach has called for the NRL to put a stop to refereeing blunders after his team's loss to the Raiders.
Carlos Hernandez and Kenny Cunningham are both in the frame to represent Costa Rica on football's biggest stage in Brazil.
Sitting at the bottom of the NZ Super Rugby Conference, the Blues' commitment is being questioned.
Auckland Diocesan's year 11 students are assembling bikes for 11 refugees.
In a world first, Australia's major sporting codes came together to commit to ridding their sports of homophobia.
ACT Leader Jamie Whyte has finally given specific information about its three-strikes-for-burglary policy.
Victoria University has hired security guards to monitor a council pathway students call "rape alley".
Forget bunnies this Easter, the blind foundation says it is desperate for new guide-dog puppy walkers.
One rebel economist is upsetting alcohol watchdogs by saying New Zealand does not have the drinking problem it thinks it has.
Boxing icon Rubin Carter has died at the age of 76.
A young mother of three is dead tonight and a wedding day is in tatters after the latest in a string of fatal accidents.
The Auckland City Mission says synthetic cannabis abuse will become a bigger problem than methamphetamine.
The popular Wellington seaside spot was in lock-down for most of the day after residents were woken by gunfire.
The South Korean coast guard has recovered 59 bodies from the wreckage in a ferry which sank last week.
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 50 points to lead two-time defending NBA champions Miami to a 99-88 victory over Charlotte in their post-season opener.
World Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel has been told to move over for his Australian teammate Daniel Ricciardo for the second straight race.
The rugby league gods have delivered the Melbourne Storm a dose of karma with a last-gasp 24-22 loss to the Raiders.
Everton ensured David Moyes' return to Goodison Park was an unhappy visit, beating Manchester United 2-0.
Lukas Podolski grabbed two goals as Arsenal beat Hull 3-0 to remain on track for a Champions League spot.
Liverpool have moved closer to a first league title since 1990 with a 3-2 win at Norwich City which sent them five points clear in the Premier League.
The final of the Dutch Cup - and what appeared a real 'David and Goliath' battle.
A health craze is sweeping the country, and it involves laughing at nothing at all.
This week Scott McLaughlin returns to his home race to 'give it the jandal'.
Oklahoma City lead by as much as 25 points, but had their lead shrunk to two points in the fourth quarter before seeing off Memphis 100-86.
Hunters on the annual Great Easter Bunny Hunt were down on their luck this long weekend.
Two former members of ABBA have reunited on stage to perform at the Olivier Awards in London.
The latest instalment of The Amazing Spider-Man will hit the big screen here next week, and with it comes a new villain.
When do fakes become works of art in their own right?
After years of campaigning, momentum is finally building to have a south Auckland waterway cleaned up and returned to its former glory.
More bodies have been recovered from the stricken ferry that sunk off South Korea, bringing the official death toll to 49.
Four French journalists have been freed after being taken hostage in Syria almost a year ago.
The first of the funerals has been held for the Sherpas killed in an avalanche on Mt Everest.
The Oculus Rift headset promises to take virtual reality mainstream.
More than 1000 homes are still without power on the South Island's West Coast.
A Wellington bus depot has been hit by arson for the second time in five months, and police suspect the same firebug is to blame.
Grape growers are racing to harvest what's left of their crop in New Zealand's largest wine-producing region.
The Golden State Warriors topped the Los Angeles Clippers 109-105 in the opening game of their best-of-seven series.
Kevin Pietersen's hopes of reviving his England career appeared to end when ECB managing director Paul Downton said there was no hope of a return.
They were the same three bodies that had been spotted, but not retrieved, during an earlier dive.
Fulham squandered an opportunity to escape the Premier League relegation zone, going down 3-1 at Spurs.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho angrily mocked the match officials after his side lost to 2-1 loss to Sunderland.
Kate Rodger's full interview with The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro star Jamie Foxx.
The Sydney Roosters have addressed their three-game losing streak with a tense 24-18 win over a stubborn Cronulla.
An unusual moment came during the Chiefs v Crusaders game when Brodie Retallick came out of a maul with no jersey on his back.
The Crusaders have stifled the Chiefs 18-17 behind the boot of Colin Slade who kicked all the visitors' points in Hamilton.
St George Illawarra put the dramas of 'sirengate' firmly behind them to chalk up a comfortable 20-10 NRL win over the Warriors at Kogarah Oval.
Glynn had major surgery seven months ago to repair a ruptured ACL, and she has made a big sacrifice to ensure she makes the team.
The final round of National Jetsprint Series went down to the wire in Wanaka last night.
Delightful, heart-warming and a very worthy watch for people all ages.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Chiefs host the Crusaders.
The clean-up has begun on the West Coast of the South Island, and Mayor Tony Kokshoorn estimates the insurance claim could reach $20 million.
A typical morning commute turned into a dramatic digger rescue in Otago, after floodwaters swept a woman's car off the road.
Locals in Whakatane were forced to evacuate their homes last night as torrential rain, along with a high tide, burst the banks of a stream.
Almost 500 Kiwis who qualified as registered nurses last year are struggling to find work.
A group of school children in Nelson have had a taste of what World War I may have been like for their great-grandfathers.
The captain says he delayed evacuating the ship because of the sea conditions and the absence of rescue ships.
New Zealand climbers are tonight mourning the loss of three of their Nepalese Sherpa guides following the mountain's deadliest disaster.
The organisers of the Warbirds Over Wanaka air show have come up with a plan to future-proof the event.
The Commerce Commission is warning restaurants and bars this weekend to stop illegally charging customers over the Easter holidays.
Torben Akel goes to South Auckland to find out if moral issues are changing traditional political allegiances.