French lock Romain Taofifenua was ruled out of the coming rugby internationals against Fiji and Australia after being banned for a head kick.
Together they are touring New Zealand as members of Elvis's TCB Band from Greymouth through to Auckland.
A video that shows a woman being pestered by men on the streets of New York City has gone viral.
The small band of Russian explorers travelled 26,000 km, all the way from Moscow in two light helicopters.
Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
Anna Burns-Francis went on board both an Air New Zealand and a Jetstar aircraft to see just how filthy they really are.
A video has emerged of Australian boys as young as six allegedly being brainwashed into the Islamic State.
The San Francisco Giants have won baseball's World Series for the eighth time after a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals in game seven.
Steve Hansen is staunchly defending the rookie nature of his team named to play the high-profile Test against the United States in Chicago.
Olympic bronze medallist Simon van Velthooven is taking time out from competition to ensure he's ready for Rio 2016.
Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson both missed the recent one-dayers through injury, and their skills will be sorely needed against Pakistan.
New Zealand scientists have been monitoring pest populations with motion sensor cameras, but they've got more than they bargained for.
One sanctuary in China seems to have stumbled on the formula for not only breeding pandas, but returning them to the wild.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen almost 2 percent today after the Reserve Bank kept the official cash rate (OCR) on hold at 3.5 percent.
The bidding war for the 2022 Winter Olympics is almost over after one of the last three contenders surrendered.
Three hundred New Zealand rugby supporters visited Soldier Field in Chicago, where the All Blacks will play the US.
A Christchurch man has designed a smartphone app he hopes will combat taggers and graffiti.
Green Party MP Steffan Browning has come up with an unusual take on how to cure Ebola with natural, alternative medicine.
A former top detective whose job it was to bust drug dealers has now admitted he is one.
A small Hawaiian village is now effectively doomed, according to officials monitoring the advance of lava.
Seagulls pinching your chips at the beach could become a thing of the past.
Willy Moon and Natalia Kills will join Melanie Blatt and Stan Walker on The X Factor NZ judging panel, TV3 has announced.
While a law change based on the outcome of the 'Roast Busters' investigation is unlikely, the Government says work is being done to review the justice system around victims of crime.
Ernie Merrick has questioned the future of New Zealand football as the Wellington Phoenix faces possible restrictions with their reserve team.
The final trailer has been released for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 ahead of its release next month.
Former police detective Michael Blowers has admitted to stealing and supplying methamphetamine.
The Reserve Bank is keeping interest rates on hold as inflation remains in check and it may be some time before they rise again.
A British teacher has pleaded guilty to charges of funding would-be fighters going to Syria and planning to go there himself, but says he does not support the Islamic State group.
Oxfam says only intervention by governments around the world can stop growing inequality AAA left alone, the market will do nothing.
There is currently no cure for type 1 diabetes. But with diabetes on the rise, medical experts are working on a range of new approaches.
League Cup holders Manchester City have been knocked out of the competition at the hands of a youthful Newcastle United.
An Australian Senator is calling for a ban on all burqas, threatening fines and imprisonment for anyone caught wearing one or forcing someone else to.
A revised biography of the Prime Minister sheds new light on the events around Nicky Hager's book and its impact on the election campaign.
Curators at Louisville Zoo in Kentucky say a python named Thelma has produced six offspring by herself, no mate necessary.
North Shore rapper Randa won the VNZMA Critics' Choice Prize at a showcase performance in Auckland last night.
Auckland teenager Kerman Kohli's new app is helping students get their homework in on time AAA and he's making $100 a day.
Orbital Sciences executive vice-president Frank Culbertson is promising to figure out why its Antares rocket failed so spectacularly yesterday.
Daniel Radcliffe has pitched a buddy cop movie idea to Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in a bid to land a role opposite his hero.
The Green Party says an Auckland motorway toll should come after AAA not before AAA increasing investment in public transport.
USA captain Todd Clever is ready for the biggest battle of his career when he leads out his country against the All Blacks.
Two Indonesian teams have been disqualified from a tournament as both sides sought to lose in a bid to avoid facing a team backed by gangsters.
Former USA rugby player Brian Hightower says the sport is ready for a big boost of exposure in his home country.
The police decision not to lay charges in the Roast Busters case has prompted renewed calls for changes to the way the justice system deals with sexual assault allegations.
Zambian Vice President Guy Scott has been named acting leader following the death of President Michael Sata, making him Africa's first white head of state since South Africa's FW de Klerk.
Stadium rockers the Foo Fighters have confirmed concert dates for Australia and New Zealand early next year.
A major mudslide at a tea plantation in Sri Lanka has killed about 100 people, with the victims buried alive, the country's disaster management minister says.
Cabinet today approved the two referendum process for potentially choosing a new New Zealand flag.
The Christmas classic is disturbingly frightening, but is sure to warm even the stoniest of humbug hearts.
The founder of new smartphone app Kick On says it will change the way people party but police warn it will cause mayhem.
Today was John Banks' chance for redemption. He was presenting evidence to the Court of Appeal that he said would exonerate him.
Commercial and recreational fishers are at odds as to what is to blame for New Zealand's drop in snapper.
A $2 toll has been proposed for every time you use an Auckland motorway onramp to pay for the reinvention of Auckland's transport system.
Norovirus fears have forced the grounding of a domestic flight at Christchurch Airport.
Full squad lists of the five New Zealand Super Rugby franchises.
The All Blacks have ice hockey and basketball games on their schedule in Chicago, but they insist they're not on holiday and have a healthy respect for their opposition.
A driver in the Targa rally has had to be airlifted to Dunedin Hospital after an accident on a closed stage west of Oamaru late this afternoon.
Ebola experts are warning China to expect its first case of the disease, as rumours swirl that it has already happened.
New Zealand online shopping spending was up last month, compared with the same time a year ago.
An update on the markets for October 29, 2014.
A new UNICEF report reveals New Zealand has made almost no progress towards reducing child poverty in the past six years.