Foreign Minister Murray McCully is calling for sweeping change to the United Nations Security Council.
3 News presenter and part-time action man Mike McRoberts is participating in the Hoka One Taupo Marathon today AAA with a twist.
A baby pygmy hippopotamus at Melbourne Zoo in Australia is about to make the plunge into the deep, main pool after a successful set of swimming lessons with his mum Petre.
New Zealand driver Hayden Paddon has crashed out of Rally Finland, ending an impressive run of recent form in abrupt fashion after six stages of the World Rally Championship event.
England have beaten Australia by eight wickets overnight, completing a remarkable turn-around from the last test at Lord's to take a 2-1 lead in The Ashes.
Legendary boxing commentator Colonel Bob Sheridan says Joseph Parker will need to have patience to become one of the world's greatest.
A Chilean student has survived a fall from a 17th floor window.
A 74-year-old woman has died after two cars collided head-on in Queenstown.
Beijing has narrowly won a vote to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games AAA securing its place in sporting history.
New Zealand teenager Lydia Ko made the most of an early start to share second place after the first round of the Women's British Open in Scotland.
They have lodged their appeal, but the pressure is mounting on New Zealand Football to do what is right for the players as the eligibility saga continues to grow.
Former Prime Minister Helen Clark thinks Foreign Minister Murray McCully is dreaming if he thinks New Zealand can get rid of the United Nations Security Council veto.
An update on the markets for July 31, 2015.
Emma Brannam straps on the just-released Apple Watch for a day to find out whether it's worth the hype.
Spark has announced it is shutting down its nationwide paging network.
New Zealand dairy farmers are tonight looking nervously to Hawaii, where trade negotiators are entering 11th-hour talks on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
Opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) deal has been fierce, but a lot of the population still doesn't know what it is or what it means for Kiwis.
The plane debris which washed up on Reunion Island will be sent to France for experts to confirm if it is from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
The group running a methamphetamine drug ring under the noses of Wellington police has been sent to prison, with the ringleader receiving 17 years.
London Zoo staff have specially adapted a furry soft toy to help baby sloth Edward get stronger after his mum failed to care for him.
Police are seeking a man responsible for a liquor store robbery in Auckland earlier this week.
Joseph Parker is going into Saturday night's fight with some extra muscle, but the Kiwi boxer doesn't believe he's lost any speed.
Otago University is considering closing its applied sciences department, merging some programmes into other departments, and getting rid of the design major.
A foursome of rare white lion cubs have been put on show in the Crimean city of Sevastopol for the first time since being born two weeks ago.
ZombiU is being reanimated for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Ubisoft has announced with this trailer.
Warriors strike weapons Konrad Hurrell and Manu Vatuvei want their enthusiasm on return to make an impact against the Sharks.
Three men accused of a $30 million pokies fraud have pleaded not guilty this morning.
Tech enthusiasts have lined up in central Auckland to be among the first to get their hands on the new Apple Watch.
Labour MP Clare Curran has apologised for directly copying paragraphs of The Economist and pasting them into a research paper on Labour's "Future of Work Commission".
A 14-year-old who stabbed an Auckland dairy owner to death has been sentenced to six years detention in a youth justice facility.
Ghost Protocol raised the bar and Rogue Nation doesn't reach it, but it's still a good bit of fun.
Lecretia Seales' family won't appeal a High Court decision rejecting her bid for the right to die on her terms.
A failure to strike a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement this weekend could see it delayed by up to two years.
Plane wreckage washed up on a tiny Indian Ocean island will be sent to France for investigation amid speculation it's be related to missing flight MH370.
A 14-year-old who stabbed an Auckland dairy owner to death is due to find out what penalty he will face.
Former Top Gear hosts Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have signed a deal to star in a new motoring show on internet service Amazon Instant Video.
Australian pro surfer Mick Fanning has escaped a second shark scare in as many weeks.
Former Australia and Queensland rugby league player Billy Moore has come under fire for his 'coconut style' remark.
England find themselves on the brink of victory in the third Ashes Test after Steven Finn took five wickets on an unbelievable day at Edgbaston.
A mangled suitcase has washed up on Reunion Island, close to where a two-metre long piece of plane debris was discovered earlier today.
Aussie rules football star Adam Goodes won't play for the Sydney Swans this weekend, as the controversy surrounding what he believes is racial abuse from fans escalates.
A French footballing great and the man in charge of Europe's governing body has confirmed he wants to be the next FIFA president.
New Zealand Rugby's happy for the power shift to continue when this year's ITM Cup kicks off in two weeks.
Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns is in trouble with a British judge after failing to turn up for a pre-trial hearing.
New Zealand's 'rich list' has been released, with Graeme Hart once again weighing in as the country's wealthiest person.
An update on the markets for July 30, 2015.
A senior Christchurch detective says the behaviour of a man who hurled racist abuse at a Fijian rugby
As the global drone industry soars to great heights, Kiwi firms are taking advantage, and one area they've got their sights set on is Hollywood.
Uninsured homeowners in Christchurch's red zone have just had a Government offer of full compensation for their land, but they're still not happy.
Queensland's Sunshine Coast has been rocked by its largest earthquake since 1901, but there are no concerns of a tsunami.
Sir John Todd, the patriarch of New Zealand's wealthy Todd family, has died aged 88 after a period of illness.
The Warriors are toast for the season if you listen to the critics, especially those across the Tasman.
The father of Down syndrome baby Leo has appeared in court charged with assault against a woman who helped manage his $600,000 fund.
A two-metre long piece of debris that washed up on Reunion Island off the east coast of Madagascar is thought to be from a Boeing 777 - and it could help solve the greatest aviation mystery of our generation.
A Russian veto means the United Nations Security Council has failed to make any progress on holding to account those responsible for killing 298 people on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
New York Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores couldn't hold back the tears as he was traded in the middle of the game.
People are as excited now about the ITM Cup as they've ever been, according to New Zealand Rugby (NZR) general manager Neil Sorensen.
He's considered one of the greatest footballers of all time AAA but Zinedine Zidane has proved he's no one-trick pony after scoring a brilliant try during a charity rugby match.
Malaysia Airlines says it is "premature" to speculate on whether wreckage found in the Indian Ocean is from missing flight MH370, as authorities scrambled to verify the origin of the debris.
A slice of American history has been brought to light thanks to archaeologists in Jamestown, Virginia.