Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Crusaders take on the Sharks.
This little film entirely won me over and was a really enjoyable few hours in the cinema.
Football fever has hit the capital in a big way this weekend, with an English Premier League double header at the Westpac Stadium this afternoon.
Newcastle United have seen off a brave Wellington Phoenix 1-0 in Westpac Stadium in Wellington.
A death knell has been sounded for the future of the Maori Party's flagship policy, Whanau Ora.
A New Zealander lobbying for better rights for Kiwis across the ditch says he doesn't expect much change, despite promises from Australian politicians.
A team of Dutch and Australian investigators have found more human remains at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines MH17.
Israel and Hamas have started at 12-hour ceasefire in the Gaza Strip after US Secretary of State John Kerry was unable to reach a lasting truce.
Protesters around New Zealand today marched against the Israeli offensive in Gaza.
Glasgow temperatures have been hitting record highs this week, with Commonwealth Games visitors loving the weather.
Sydney FC have added to West Ham woes as they beat the Premier League side 3-1 in Wellington.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Phoenix take on Newcastle.
There may be some respite for disadvantaged Kiwis living across the Tasman, as the Australian Treasurer hints he may consider rule changes.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Sydney and West Ham clash in Wellington.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day two of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Torben Akel takes the pulse of the Maori seats, which could be pivotal in this election.
David Cunliffe answered some of the many questions in our AMA and here are some things we learned.
The Melbourne Storm have jumped ahead of the Brisbane Broncos with a 30-8 win at Suncorp Stadium.
A late Joey Leilua try has seen the Newcastle Knights see off the Sydney Roosters 16-12 at Hunter Stadium.
Jeremy Redmore started his musical career with the Kiwi group Midnight Youth.
Social commentator Bevan Chuang and public affairs consultant Ryan Malone discuss Gerry Brownlee's recent airport security breach.
Arsene Wenger claimed that Alexis Sanchez is the missing piece of the puzzle Arsenal need to push on and win more trophies.
At the Commonwealth Games in Scotland, the New Zealand cyclists have sprinted quickly onto the medal table.
Plans to build Wellington's Basin Reserve flyover were dashed this week, but NZTA is determined to find a solution for the traffic.
Northland farmers and regional council at odds over how to sort issues with the overflowing Lake Omapere.
There is no national screening programme for bowel cancer and it's something many of us are uncomfortable talking about.
Kiwi shot putter Tom Walsh has arrived in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games, and he is the favourite to win gold.
Ivica Pavlinic competes in the men's under-81kg judo class overnight, but the real battle for the 25-year-old has been just getting here.
For Anthea Dixon, the chance to ride a top quality horse has her aiming for a personal best result.
A campaign by Women's Refuge to bring back suffragette Kate Sheppard is almost complete.
Dwayne Johnson has used social media to please his fans and made him the world's most successful wrestler-turned-actor.
Peter Edwards has been jailed for selling black market guns to known gang members and drug dealers.
Questions about gun control have been raised after a man purchased multiple firearms and sold them to gang members.
Jeremy Lin was introduced as the newest Los Angeles Laker at the team's training facility in California.
3 News understands it was a volunteer worker who let Gerry Brownlee through airport security yesterday.
A picture of the Queen seemingly photo-bombing two Australian hockey players has thrown the internet into a frenzy.
Daniel Rutledge's full, uncut interview with Hercules star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson.
Football fans turned out in Wellington to welcome teams ahead of this weekendas double header at Westpac Stadium.
Action fantasy Hercules and musical romantic comedy Begin Again both hit Kiwi cinemas this week.
Ashlee Tulloch presents all the action from the Kiwis on day one of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
An inmate being put to death in Arizona has taken nearly two hours to die, in the latest controversy to hit America.
An Australian Federal Police officer has inspected security at the crash site of downed flight MH17.
The Israeli Defence Force says 31 tunnels have been discovered since it invaded Gaza two weeks ago.
New Zealand film Everything We Loved has been turning heads around the globe.
Matariki began with the rising of a cluster of seven stars and will end with a series of events around the country.
Tens of thousands of people have marched towards Jerusalem from the West Bank, many clashing with police.
A place in the Super Rugby final beckons for the Crusaders this weekend a all they have to do is get past the Sharks.
Victims of serial rapist Malcolm Rewa could sue police for failing to investigate their claims, says an expert on the case.
Shot put hope Tom Walsh has joined the Glasgow environment, bright-eyed and backing himself for success.
Jacinda Ardern and Jami-Lee Ross take a look at the week in politics - Gerry Brownlee, burning flags and the cover of Rugby News.
Parental support organisation Toughlove is calling on political parties to outline their plans to help at-risk youth and their families.
As Maori Language Week draws to a close, a new documentary about Richard Nunns, an expert in Maori music, is about to premiere.
A south Auckland high school has been visiting primary schools to promote Te Reo to a younger generation.
Fifteen Palestinians were killed when an Israeli shell slammed into a UN-run school where hundreds of civilians had taken refuge.
Now that the Games are underway, what is the atmosphere like? And is the weather having an impact?
The wreck of an Air Algerie plane that went missing with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border.
The annual NZ Art Show has opened in Wellington, with around 3000 original artworks looking for homes.
Financial advisor Martin Hawes joins Paul to discuss the factors to consider when choosing to rent or buy.
Peter Sharples and Tariana Turia have been the backbone of the Maori Party since its foundation 10 years ago.
A major report has been released into New Zealand waters, using the work of 16 scientists and co-ordinated by businessman Gareth Morgan.