Kiwi-born hooker Dylan Hartley's future in the England rugby side's in serious doubt, after receiving yet another red card.
Video has emerged of a monkey saving another primate's life, after it fell through railway tracks in India and became stuck.
Dynamo striker Nathan Burns scored two more goals as the Phoenix comfortably accounted for Sydney FC 2-0 at Allianz Stadium.
Windsurfing's pro circuit is about to get its first Kiwi competitor in a decade. But first, Aucklander Laurence Carey has a national title to defend and a degree to complete.
Corey Anderson and Ish Sodhi are missing from New Zealand's squad for the first Test against Sri Lanka while there is a recall for Dean Brownlie.
India has voiced concerns over the practice pitches and umpiring decisions after their second defeat in the four-Test series against Australia.
Auckland City captain Ivan Vicelich stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos when they were named the tournament's best three players.
One small act of kindness can make such a big difference, which is what a south Auckland woman proved when she helped a blind man intent on committing suicide.
Madonna has released six new songs early after being upset that incomplete versions had leaked onto the internet.
The World Health Organisation reports that as of December 16, there had been 19,031 cases of infection from the deadly virus in west Africa.
Rangihoua Heritage Park was officially opened today, commemorating the first chapter in New Zealand's history as a nation of Maori and Pakeha.
Fourteen percent of New Zealand beaches carry a high risk of illness, but most are safe to swim in, according to the Government's water quality website.
Rangers in Fiordland National Park are preparing for a major stoat plague, which will threaten one of our most endangered birds.
A community in western Cairns has been bound by unspeakable tragedy.
Relations began to thaw between Cuba and the United States this week after decades of hostility, and one of the architects of the deal was Pope Francis.
North Korea has called for a joint investigation with the United States into a crippling cyber attack on Sony Pictures.
A family celebration for a woman's 21st birthday turned into a living nightmare last night when a fight over the music left one of her cousins dead and another injured.
Laker guard Nick Young labelled Steven Adams a "sneaky, dirty player" after he was ejected for throwing an elbow to the Kiwi's throat in his side's loss to the Thunder.
Real Madrid defeated San Lorenzo of Argentina 2-0 on Saturday to win the Club World Cup and secure their fourth trophy of 2014.
Two New York police officers have been shot dead amid anger over the chokehold death of an unarmed black father by a white police officer.
Gaining in popularity around the world, New York is the latest city to open a so-called "cat café".
Kiwi surfer Ricardo Christie has gained entry to the 2015 ASP World Tour, becoming the first New Zealand competitor since 2001.
A first-session collapse by India has put Australia on the verge of victory in the second Test in Brisbane.
Rio's mayor has promised that all the venues for the 2016 Olympics are back on schedule.
School is out and there is concern this summer that children are wearing lifejackets that are far too big for them.
Latest figures show a 20 percent increase in the number of people reporting family violence.
Gold lured the first settlers, and today marks 150 years since the first boatload arrived
This Christmas Day marks 200 years since the Christian gospel was first preached in New Zealand.
The Pentagon says US strikes have killed several top leaders of the IS group that proclaimed a "caliphate" straddling Syria and Iraq six months ago.
These two veteran actors occupy their characters with such a gentle familiarity, their love story so genuine it was impossible for me not to fall in love with them both.
The mother of seven of the eight children found dead in a Cairns home yesterday has been arrested for murder.
Pakistan has hung two convicted militants and stepped up strikes on rebel groups following a brutal school massacre.
Barack Obama has warned that Washington "will respond" to North Korea's alleged cyber attack on Sony Pictures over The Interview.
It's the last weekend before Christmas and time's running out to get those last gifts.
The 37-year-old mother of several of the eight children found dead in a Cairns home yesterday has been arrested for murder.
Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor and Matt Henry starred as New Zealand thumped Pakistan by 68 runs in the fifth and final one-dayer in Abu Dhabi.
On the Paul Henry Show, Tipene performs his latest single 'A Good Man' live at the Federal Deli.
After Robin Sines stole our Paul Henry Show sign, he or she, took it on a few little road trips.
Paul Henry was joined by left wing commentator Josie Pagani and ACT Party leader David Seymour to talk about the big stories of the year.
On the last show of the year, the Campbell Live family from all around NZ came together to remember the best moments of 2014.
The Sri Lankan cricketers have arrived in New Zealand for their Test and one-day series against the Black Caps.
Warriors and Kiwis playmaker Shaun Johnson has won the 2014 Rugby League World Golden Boot.
A tail-end batting blitz has given the Australians an unexpected first innings lead in the second Test in Brisbane.
The Wellington Phoenix paid a birthday visit to a fan celebrating a very special milestone.
Sonny Bill Williams will return to the boxing ring in Sydney next month, but his opponents aren't getting any more athletic.
An Auckland family has received the Christmas gift of a wheelchair ramp they have been waiting two years to get.
Anti-terror police have carried out raids across Sydney in relation to a plot to behead someone on Martin Pl.
Have you ever wondered what a bear really does in the woods at Christmas? Now there is scientific proof.
Around $6000 worth of solar panel equipment was stolen from Whangamata Surf Life Saving overnight.
A 51-year-old woman has been sentenced for animal neglect in one of the most "harrowing and foul" cases the Auckland SPCA has ever seen.
A young man who nearly lost his life in Christchurch's deadly earthquake has helped restore a quake damaged organ.
At least eight people, most of them children, are believed to have been killed in the Australian city of Cairns.
An update on the markets for December 19, 2014.
A wealthy Auckland businessman stripped and shackled a woman in his Mt Eden property and subjected her to a sexual ordeal so traumatic she begged him to rape her.
Police have held a press conference following an alleged mass killing in the Australian city of Cairns.
Warriors star Shaun Johnson was in a festive mood showing off his best dance moves to celebrate his Rugby League World Golden Boot win this afternoon.
Universities are all preparing students for high-flying careers, but Otago University has acknowledged the fun side of student life in its Christmas video message.
A rare native bird "arrested" by police in Hamilton last month has been released back into the wild.
It's been a bumper year for Kiwi and Hollywood films, with releases like Housebound, The Dead Lands and Interstellar thrilling audiences.
Hitting 40 percent in the polls is Labour MP Jacinda Ardern's goal for 2015 AAA but as her National rival Jami-Lee Ross warns, they have to reach 30 first.