Alexis Sanchez scored his first goal for Arsenal as the 10-man English club advanced past Besiktas 1-0 on aggregate in the Champions League.
Prime Minister John Key says the National Party is going to have to work hard for every single vote in next month's election.
Louis van Gaal approached his new role as Manchester United manager saying it could get worse before things start getting better for the Reds.
New Zealand's fashion industry is getting crowded, but there's still an appetite for fresh talent.
Retiring Manly prop Jason King is set for a Brookvale Oval farewell home game after having a reckless high-tackle charge downgraded at the NRL judiciary.
Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska and Sloane Stephens have been knocked out of the US Open.
Taranaki lodged the first win of their NPC season with a 46-17 mauling of Waikato in the clash of two Premiership division teams in Hamilton.
After more than 10 years since we first heard the gorgeous voice of Brooke Fraser and three stunning multi-platinum albums later, she is back.
National down, as is Labour, but it is the increased popularity of NZ First and the Conservatives Party, that's raised eyebrows.
On the corner of Richmond Street and The Esplanade in Petone, Wellington, Rose attempts to name nine kinds of world currencies, in 10 seconds.
Judith Collins seemed calm and confident at a debate in her Papakura electorate, but the latest 3 News poll suggests that 63 percent of voters believe Mr Key should sack her.
New Zealander Hans Dalton was looking forward to a holiday when he headed off to Samoa with his sister. Sadly he never returned.
New Zealand's top V8 Supercar driver, Shane van Gisbergen, is coming home to race.
When their Indonesian boat sank and no rescue came, Nelson couple Tony Lawton and Gaylene Wilkinson swum for shore, which took them eight hours to make it.
Human rights photographer Robin Hammond's work has been published around the world - it is powerful enough to have him banned from Zimbabwe and Egypt.
A 15-year-old Wellington student has just won a scholarship to Space Camp in Alabama - the amazing thing is that she is totally blind.
Trelise Cooper's Fashion Week kicked off with models wearing Native American headdress, and the social media backlash was immediate.
Zach Challies has used a 3D printer to create a detachable facial prosthetic that costs only $100.
Duck shooters claim a move to ban hunting at Pencarrow Lakes near Wellington may breach a Treaty of Waitangi settlement.
A young Australian pilot is being praised for his actions after a passenger shut down a light aircraft's engines in mid-air.
Six time ITM Cup champions Canterbury are aiming for seven straight titles ahead of their game against Northland tomorrow.
Ecstatic fans have welcomed British pop singer Kate Bush back to the stage for her first show for 35 years, in the same venue as her only previous tour.
Fonterra is building new milk processing plants and exploring a new deal with China.
The PM says he has asked Air NZ for an assurance it's not charging people too much on regional routes.
Manchester United have been knocked out of the English League Cup in a game some pundits are calling the worst in United's history.
Labour is accusing National and the Conservatives of surveillance state tactics in covertly filming billboards.
A US flight made an unscheduled stop so the pilot could get rid of two passengers fighting over the right to recline a seat back.
Marina Erakovic has won her first-ever singles match at the US Open against Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova.
Tonight's 3 News political poll shows the Prime Minister can no longer do without New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.
An update on the markets for August 27, 2014.
The Inbetweeners 2 stars Simon Bird, Joe Thomas and director Iain Morris chat with David Farrier.
It hasn't taken long at all for feathers to start flying at fashion week - Fashion Front Row takes stock.
Five-time champion Roger Federer advanced to the second round of the US Open with a 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7-4) victory over Australian Marinko Matosevic.
Watch highlights of the Trelise Cooper runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Australian tennis player Marinko Matosevic had a message for the basketball legend Michael Jordan during his game against Roger Federer at the US Open.
Anson Mount, Jackie Earle Haley and Jennifer Carpenter star in Shinji Mikami's upcoming horror game The Evil Within.
Air New Zealand has boosted its annual profit 45 percent as increased passenger numbers and capacity lifted earnings.
Microsoft Studios has announced Age of Empires: Castle Siege, a new entry in the storied strategy game series that will be exclusive to Windows 8.
Watch highlights of the Salasai runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
World champion poet Anis Mojgani is in New Zealand for the WORD Christchurch Writers and Readers Festival
Kevin Love says he's committed to winning an NBA title with the Cleveland Cavaliers, however long it takes.
Winston Peters says any of his MPs who don't like their list rankings will just "have to live with it".
Renowned chefs from SkyCity's Federal Street dining district will cook for a cause this month.
There was a full house in Queenstown last night for the ASB Great Debate as Finance Minister Bill English faced off against four men who want his job.
Two farmers in Tasmania have found what they believe is a six-year-old sheep that has never been shorn.
Grey District Mayor Tony Kokshoorn is welcoming the Government's plan to put another $150 million towards improving rural broadband.
New Zealand Fashion Week has kicked off with controversy as Trelise Cooper has been criticised for using Native American headdresses.
John Key says he didn't organise a formal meeting with the Pike River families because that would be seen as favouritism in their fight with Solid Energy.
Doctor Jonathan Elms of the UK's Stirling University will be the inaugural holder of the chair in retail management, funded by the Warehouse Group.
Manchester United have been humbled by League One side MK Dons 4-0 in the third round of the League Cup.
An army aircraft hangar in the US state of Oklahoma has accidentally been filled with fire suppression foam after the alarm system was tested.
St George Illawarra duo Benji Marshall and Josh Dugan have been cleared of ankle injuries for Friday's crunch NRL clash with Brisbane.
The Maori King will spend at least a week in hospital recovering from diabetes-related ailments.
New Zealander Marina Erakovic has beaten a former champion for her first ever singles win at the US tennis Open.
The Paul Henry Show got a sneak peak at the main Stolen Girlfriends Club Fashion Week show, where the catwalk was replaced with a dirt track at Western Springs Speedway.
Hone Harawira is certainly a character that people seem to either love or hate, but what do we know really about him?
Kiwi company Hallensteins has gone to extreme measures to try and make its brand and share price "cool" again.
Forty-one schools are involved, and each night this week on Campbell Live we'll be bringing you some of the best entries.
For last year's winners of The Block NZ, quite a bit has changed for Alice and Caleb, having added a new baby boy to the Pearson family.
The next generation of magic are in town for The Illusionists 2.0 - in the line-up, young British deceptionist James More AAA who shot to fame in Britain's Got Talent.