Lydia Ko has got her Candian Open defence off to a shaky start after shooting a two-under 70 at the London Hunt and Country Club in Ontario.
Santi Cazorla wants to return to his scoring consistency of two seasons ago and strengthen Arsenal's challenge for honours this season.
In footage from 2011 John Key appears to say he was personally briefed about an OIA request by Cameron Slater, despite yesterday denying that was the case.
Wellington's waterfront was transformed into an array of light sculptures overnight, as the capital's Night Lights festival kicks off.
A whale called Juno is fast becoming a star at an aquarium in the US state of Connecticut.
Injured first five-eighth Dan Carter has ruled himself out of the All Blacks' Rugby Championship home fixtures, but says his leg is "on track".
Kate Rodger reviews new release films Lucy and Magic in the Moonlight on Firstline.
Nearly 1000 top Antarctic experts have gathered for the biennial Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Open Science Conference.
Belgian pair Thierry Neuville and co-driver Nicolas Gilsoul managed to emerge from their Hyundai unhurt despite their car rolling six times in a crash.
Tomorrow's All Blacks Test isn't the only special occasion for New Zealand rugby this week.
Totem follows the evolution of the human species through athleticism, beauty and comedy.
Labour candidate Jacinda Ardern is using Tinder to find something a little longer-lasting than a one-night stand.
Thousands of Kiwis will today be donning red noses as part of the annual Cure Kids campaign.
Bernie Monk says he's waiting for Solid Energy to admit they can't a or won't even try a to retrieve the bodies from Pike River Mine.
Travel agents and airlines are closely monitoring a volcano in Iceland that is threatening to erupt, following hundreds of earthquakes.
A one-man brewery based in Nelson has been crowned New Zealand's best at the 2014 beer awards.
The head of the NZ Principals' Federation says teachers' rejection of the Govt's flagship education policy isn't politically motivated.
Jock Paget is passing up the chance at some unfinished business to represent New Zealand on the world stage.
Hamas has announced that three of its senior commanders were killed in a pre-dawn Israeli air strike in southern Gaza.
Thousands of rescuers have combed through the wreckage of homes engulfed by landslides in western Japan.
Two American missionaries who fell ill with the dangerous Ebola virus while working in Liberia have been released from a US hospital.
New Zealand's Lauren Boyle produced a powerful swim to claim an 800m freestyle silver medal at the Pan Pacific Championships on Queensland's Gold Coast.
Canterbury chalked up a second successive win to all but secure their place in the NRL finals with a laboured 30-10 win over the Wests Tigers.
Lima Sopoaga guided Southland to a 25-21 victory over North Harbour in their ITM Cup clash in Albany.
Things got heated between candidates vying for the Auckland seat of Epsom seat during a debate last night.
James Foley's jihadist captors had demanded a huge ransom for his release, his employer has confirmed.
Police are asking for witnesses to a single vehicle crash in Manawatu overnight that killed two people.
Tova O'Brien presents Let's Get Political, a show which aims to inform and entertain those who - until now - have stayed away from politics.
Cirque du Soleil's latest show to hit Kiwi shores opens tomorrow. Totem promises to take the audience on a visual and acrobatic evolutionary journey.
Protests in Ferguson have cooled after officials pledged a full investigation into the slaying of black teenager.
There hasn't been a big top spectacle in Auckland like this for five years, partly because it's a logistical nightmare to get here.
Mr Goff believes that "any reasonable person" would come to the conclusion the leak came from the Prime Minister's office.
Lawyer Chris Ellis was driving near Paremata earlier this year when he was pinged by a speed camera in a van, but wanted to see the proof.
He's been around the block a fair few times - ferrying the famous and the fun-loving, as well as a bit of carry-on in the back seat.
Having foiled New Zealand's crack at a world record 18 test wins, the Wallabies are out to the All Black's 13 game winning at Eden Park.
United States junior crossfit champion Lauren Fisher is in New Zealand to compete at the crossfit Wellington Cup.
A snapshot of farmers' concerns in the run-up to the election has revealed a problem for John Key.
All Blacks winger Cory Jane will wear the black jersey for his 50th time at this weekend's Test against the Wallabies.
Scientists in the US are now working on what they call 4D printing - objects that can change their shape.
A New Zealand flight attendant has been flown to a Perth Hospital following a fall which nearly claimed her life in Bali.
A US policeman has been stood down after threatening to kill a protester amidst the unrest in Ferguson.
US personnel recently tried to rescue American hostages held in Syria by the so-called Islamic State, but failed.
The families who lost their men in the Pike River disaster are "gutted" about news of another delay.
John Key has categorically denied he had anything to do with the release of SIS information given Cameron Slater.
Fresh fighting has reignited in Gaza as Hamas vows to unleash hell following an Israeli strike that killed the family of the group's leader.
Germany has edged France to advance to the U-20 Women's Football World Cup final in Canada.
Kiwi straight-shooter Steve Hansen says the All Blacks can lift 10 or 12 notches from their Bledisloe-opening draw.
The United States' most senior law enforcement official has sat down with college kids, community leaders and angry residents in Ferguson.
Jihadists told the family of US journalist James Foley he would be executed, says one of the media outlets he worked for.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino doesn't believe the sultry conditions in Cyprus will impact his team's Europa Cup match against AEL Limassol.
A seven-year-old girl paralysed from the neck down as result of an Israeli airstrike has finally left Gaza for treatment.
During a televised interview, Clive Palmer lashed out at Chinese "bastards", calling them "mongrels" who "shoot their own people".
John Key faced more questions about Dirty Politics, around emails from Cameron Slater about an OIA request being expedited by the SIS.
Nigeria have cruised into the final of the U20 Women's Football World Cup in Canada with a 6-2 win over Korea DPR.
3 News political reporter Brook Sabin says a letter contradicting John Key's claims about the SIS is "potentially explosive".
Kiwi Miley Cyrus fans will be glad to know the pop star is bringing her tongue slide and giant hot dog to NZ.
Celtic opened the scoring but were held to a 1-1 draw away to Maribor in the first leg of the Champions League playoffs.
Liam Messam returns to the All Blacks starting side after being rested for last week's Test against the Wallabies in Sydney.
Ports of Auckland posted a 90 percent gain in full-year profit, after lifting volumes of containers and freight while reining in costs.
Seventeen players from Cronulla's 2011 squad have been handed show-cause notices from the ASADA.