Kate Rodger's full, uncut interview with Deliver Us from Evil star Eric Bana.
Liverpool has beaten Manchester City 3-1 on penalties after playing out a 2-2 draw in the International Champions Cup at Yankee Stadium.
Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson looks unlikely to play against the Raiders this weekend, after limping off the field at training.
Kate Rodger's full interview with The Dark Horse filmmakers James Napier Robertson and Tom Hern.
Ashlee Tulloch presents all the action from the Kiwis on day seven of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Robotic cars controlled entirely by sensors and cameras could be driving along Britain's roads next year.
The famous Victorian pier in the English seaside town of Eastbourne has been engulfed in flames.
A massive blow to the All Blacks engine room with prop Tony Woodcock set to be ruled out for the rest of the year with a shoulder problem.
A Canterbury teenager has been jailed for stabbing Sina Solomona to death in Ashburton two years ago.
Video has emerged of two women surviving being run over by a train on 25m-high tracks.
Australian police have issued arrest warrants for two Australian Islamic extremists who've boasted about beheading soldiers in Iraq.
The Canterbury rebuild will be the focus of attention at today's DesignEX event in Christchurch.
Jacques Kallis announced that he has retired from all forms of international cricket.
Kate Rodger's full, uncut interview with The Dark Horse star Cliff Curtis.
Desmond Thomas doesn't think yesterday's police review will be the final word on the murder of Jeannette and Harvey Crewe.
Everton broke their club transfer record when they paid A28 million to sign Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku on a five-year deal.
Christchurch wrestling pair Tayla Ford and Sam Belkin caught up with reporter Jeff Hampton after both claimed bronze medals.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Internet Mana's move in Helensville is a stunt, but a pretty good one.
Questions remain about whether there will be any compensation for schools who struggled with Novopay.
Shot putter Valerie Adams won her third successive Commonwealth Games gold medal with a throw of 19.88m at Hampden Park.
A 105-year-old homestead has found a new home after being moved from Christchurch's red zone.
Superstar athlete Usain Bolt has denied rubbishing the Commonwealth Games, dismissing quotes in a newspaper report as nonsense.
At least 15 people have been killed and 150 people wounded in an Israeli air strike on a market near Gaza City.
Fears are growing that the west African Ebola outbreak could spread to other continents.
Griffin's has taken note of Biscuit Watch and listened to the feedback on their Toffee Pops and Squiggles biscuits.
A man has been arrested after a dramatic armed confrontation with police in the Bay of Plenty.
Firefighters spent the night battling a blaze which has damaged a well-known film studio in west Auckland.
It may seem a long way away right now, but this disease kills 90 percent of the people who get it - so could the disease make its way to New Zealand?
When it comes to hip hop, it's all about supremacy - everyone knows that, and no one better than a group of savvy tweens.
In 2011, two kids were sitting on a bus minding their own business when they saw something that set off their religious alarm bells.
The IPCA released its report on the Malcolm Rewa case last Thursday and it is quite critical of some failings by the police.
Justin Rys was the Mr Big of New Zealand bodybuilding - now, he can barely cope with a short walk on the beach.
Campbell Live have received over 400 pages statements, emails, even affidavits all suggesting Bryan Staples is no Robin Hood.
Today the Government announced that it has taken control of the payroll system - in all, taxpayers will have put $110 million into Novopay.
Ian Foster says the Wallabies will be tough to beat when the Rugby Championship kicks off in Sydney on August 16.
Blacks cats are being abandoned in large numbers by owners who don't think they photograph well.
Mountain biker Anton Cooper says he had to dig deep to win the gold medal in the cross country event today.
Scientists in Southland have been kept busy monitoring an unmanned spacecraft bound for the International Space Station.
Photos have shown retreating ice over the decades at Fox Glacier, Hooker Glacier and New Zealand's largest glacier, Tasman.
Internet Mana candidate Annette Sykes says Labour's done a secret Epsom-style electorate deal with Hone Harawira.
The 45th Pacific Islands Forum has officially opened in Palau and John Key's absence was duly noted by host president Tommy Remengesau.
The Government will take control of Novopay, with Talent2 exiting as the provider of the education payroll system.
Labour is promising to raise the minimum wage by $2 an hour to $16.25 in April next year if it wins the election.
Activision has released a new look at Kevin Spacey and more in the campaign story of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Police have apologised to Jeanette and Harvey Crewe's daughter but Arthur Allan Thomas may not receive a similar acknowledgement.
An Israeli shell slammed into a UN school being used as a shelter for those displaced by fighting, killing 20 people.
The All Blacks selectors are using this week's training camp to look at a few players who were unlucky to miss out on the Rugby Championship squad.
Returning All Black Charles Piutau is happy with the way he is recovering from a disappointing Super Rugby season that was disrupted by injury.
Students at UCLA found themselves inundated a not with homework, but with water a after a huge water main burst on Sunset Boulevard.
The coolest trailer to come out of San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is Mad Max: Fury Road's.
The Commonwealth Games provided viewers with an incredible 41-shot table tennis really that was ultimately won by Nigeria's Segun Toriola.
A police report reviewing the 1970 cold case killings of Harvey and Jeanette Crewe has found no new leads and is recommending against a new investigation.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day six of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Medicines New Zealand will hold a seminar tomorrow to look at New Zealand's immunisation and vaccine rates.
The Transmission Gully motorway in Wellington is to be a public-private partnership, with a completion date planned for 2020.
A Russian mission to find out whether geckos could successfully mate in space went awry when contact with their craft was lost.
Edin Dzeko confirmed that he is in discussions with the club about contract renewal and that he would like to stay with the club.
A new study has found that the worldwide perception of Britons is that they drink too much, eat bad food and have to endure bad weather.
"John Key says he's skipping the forum because it's too close to the election - but he has clearly disappointed the host country."
Rocket Lab's Peter Beck says even he is surprised by the level of interest in the company's innovative satellite launch system.