The Wallabies are not giving much away in the lead up to the Rugby Championship decider on Saturday. It adds to the intrigue for the All Blacks, who are already wary of what they will face on, and off, the field.
Ahead of their clash with the Dragons in Wellington, the Warriors are still confident of making the top eight.
Three years after he lost two comrades in Afghanistan, a Burnham soldier has honoured their memory.
Life's little problems are in the process of being solved by the next generation of designers.
The last surviving member of the Air Force squadron known as the Dambusters, has died.
Hundreds of lives could be saved by a simple urine test developed to detect pancreatic cancer.
Australian stuntman Robbie Maddison has made waves with a video of him surfing the world's fiercest wave AAA on a motorbike.
An Auckland teen has told the Connor Morris murder trial he was a drunken idiot who made a stupid mistake when he kicked a stranger in the head.
US President Barack Obama says power plants must cut emissions by 32 percent by 2030, as he unveils a major new plan to tackle climate change.
An Australian groom is in trouble not just with his bride, but also police, for doing a runner after getting married.
At 45-years-old, Kali Meehan is almost twice Joseph Parker's age but insists he wouldn't have taken the fight if he knew he couldn't handle it.
The family of a 15-year-old girl who has allegedly been kidnapped have made an emotional plea for her return.
A Canterbury woman lost everything she owned while her home underwent quake repairs.
Video has emerged of the moment a hitchhiking robot was attacked in Philadelphia.
Joseph Parker's October bout with Kali Meehan has been dubbed 'Judgement Day' and the Kiwi heavyweight acknowledges he'll have to alter his game plan.
Justin Bieber stunned music fans at an LA music festival by joining collaborators Diplo and Skrillex onstage.
An autopsy on singer/TV presenter Cilla Black has failed to determine why she died on the weekend.
Conrad Smith says he'll miss the unique rivalry of playing Test matches against the Wallabies in Australia.
With just a year to go until the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, organisers are facing questions over whether they will be ready in time.
Spanish ninja Vega is the latest addition to the Street Fighter V roster and now fights with a shirt on.
Christchurch mother Emma Roberts has denied failing to seek medical care for her autistic son Leon Jayet-Cole around the time he was allegedly murdered.
Nationwide property values for July increased at the fastest annual rate in the last seven years, while Auckland is up 33.7 percent.
Sonny Bill Williams has delivered a heartfelt speech apologising to Bulldogs fans after walking away from the club seven years ago.
The capital has been hit by gale force winds this morning, with gusts up to 140km/h in exposed places.
Acclaimed nature photographer Steve Winter, known for his striking images of big cats in the wild, is bringing the best of his work to New Zealand.
The threat of the departure of the Tiwai Point smelter has Southland hoping to develop other economic opportunities.
One of the country's top cops says arming frontline police officers with Tasers is not a step towards a United States-style fully armed police force.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is airing her first 2016 campaign television ads in the United States.
New Zealand is being condemned for not using its time in the UN Security Council's hot seat to tackle the international refugee crisis.
A former London trader has been jailed for 14 years for rigging a worldwide interest rate - the first conviction of its kind.
Migrants in Calais made around 1700 attempts overnight to penetrate the Channel Tunnel premises in a bid to get to England, French police sources say.
Solid Energy is in a precarious position and an announcement on its future could be made within weeks, Prime Minister John Key says.
The jury in the Colorado theatre Batman shooting trial will consider the death penalty as it moves towards sentencing James Holmes.
A survey has found a quarter of Kiwis have shrunk their clothes in the dryer and mistaken it for weight gain.
Captain Kane Williamson's urging the Black Caps to keep calm ahead of tonight's must-win second ODI against Zimbabwe in Harare.
The mother of LA Tukerangi, a 15-year-old girl who has allegedly been kidnapped, says she just wants her "home and safe".
Gold Coast's NRL losing streak has come to an end with a 24-14 victory over Parramatta on Monday night.
Auckland police will not say if they have located a gun following a fatal standoff at a central city park.
A man in West Yorkshire, UK called 999 in order to report his cat to the police as it had eaten his bacon.
The results leaked by an International Association of Athletics Federations whistleblower point to 800 middle-distance and endurance runners recording suspicious blood values.
It's one thing to feel nervous, but some of the Silver Ferns have confessed they actually felt sick before flying to Sydney today ahead of the Netball World Cup.
A Russian military helicopter has crashed during an aerobatic display, killing one pilot and injuring another.
Police want to speak to Dean Wayne Whakatau, 36, after a 15-year-old girl contacted her family to say she is being held against her will.
A second US trophy hunter is suspected of killing a lion in Zimbabwe without a permit, authorities in Harare said.
Mick Fanning, the Australian surfer who survived a shark attack two weeks ago, is back doing what he loves.
The scene examination at an Auckland park where a man was fatally shot is expected to be completed this evening, but police will not say if they have found a gun.
Prime Minister John Key has hinted there will be an announcement on the future of cash-strapped Solid Energy in the coming weeks.
Motocross rider Robbie Maddison has made waves with a new video showing him surfing on a dirt bike.
After being rested for the All Blacks 27-20 win over the Springboks at Ellis Park, Dan Carter is fizzing about his last Test in Sydney.
The robot now famous for hitchhiking across Canada, Germany and the Netherlands was just starting his adventure in the eastern United States AAA but then he came to Philadelphia, where his trip abruptly ended.
An accused criminal in Florida has tried to chew his own fingerprints off in an attempt to avoid identification by the police.
Around 300 crosses were erected in Christchurch this afternoon to represent those who've lost their lives in workplace accidents since 2010.
Millie Elder-Holmes' boyfriend Connor Morris was murdered with a metre-long sickle that was thrust deep into his brain, killing him instantly, the Crown says.
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded not guilty to breaching the conditions of his home detention sentence.
The Silver Ferns head to Sydney this afternoon with mixed emotions ahead of the Netball World Cup.
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo walked out of an interview after saying he didn't "give a f***" about FIFA.
More than 1000 Foo Fighters fans came together in Italy to perform 'Learn to Fly' in a bid to convince the rockers to come.
Dairy cooperative Fonterra has been fined $192,000 by the Environment Court for causing a foul stench in a small Taranaki town.
Christian Benteke struck a superb volley on his debut as Liverpool battled past English third-tier side Swindon Town 2-1 in a friendly at the County Ground.
A well-known Irish bar in Dunedin's been gutted by a fire that swept through the first floor.