Large crowds turned out to Dawn Services across Otago this morning, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.
Thousands of people have attended Anzac Day ceremonies across New Zealand today, marking the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign.
The Gallipoli pilgrims have snuggled up in their sleeping bags as they begin the long cold wait for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Huge numbers gathered at the Auckland War Memorial Museum for the city's Dawn Service this morning.
The Tigers have cruised to a comprehensive 38-14 win over a lacklustre Bulldogs side at ANZ Stadium.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Brumbies take on the Highlanders in Canberra.
The Brumbies snap a two-game losing streak with a first-half hat-trick to David Pocock in a 31-18 Super Rugby win over the Highlanders.
Ten years ago today an 18-second clip of a young man at San Diego Zoo became the first ever YouTube video.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Chiefs take on the Force in Hamilton.
The Chiefs have overcome a resilient 14-man Force outfit to secure a 35-27 win at Waikato Stadium.
AFL will make its third trip to Wellington tomorrow, with the St Kilda Saints taking on the Carlton Blues.
Super Rugby leaders the Hurricanes have the tough job of figuring out exactly when to rest their All Blacks.
Lydia Ko holds a one-shot lead after the opening round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, shooting five under par 67.
Former Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker looks set to resurrect his America's Cup career with reports linking him to a new Japanese syndicate.
Barack Obama has apologised for the unintentional killing of two hostages during a drone attack on an al-Qaida terrorist stronghold.
The International Emerging Designer Awards at this year's iD Fashion event were a sellout, the crowd packing Dunedin's Town Hall treated to collections from here and beyond our borders.
Black Caps coach Mike Hesson has given no assurances he'll be the man at the helm for the next Cricket World Cup.
The last major battle that took place in Gallipoli was at a place called Hill 60 and saw the loss of many men.
An update on the markets for April 24, 2015.
The land in Gallipoli is still giving up its secrets, revealing the absolute horror that occurred there almost 100 years ago.
A petition with more than 90,000 signatures has been handed to MediaWorks in support of current affairs show Campbell Live.
Andrew Gourdie sits down with Black Caps head coach Mike Hesson as he reflects on a frantic past 12 months.
A New Zealander fighting for Islamic State has posted a call to arms online, urging IS supporters here, and in Australia, to attack police officers and soldiers on Anzac Day.
In the spirit of trans-Tasman rivalry, Kiwis second rower Alex Glenn took on Brisbane Broncos teammate and former Kangaroo Sam Thaiday in a burger cook-off.
Video highlights from the the 11th Annual iD International Emerging Designer Awards in Dunedin.
A convoy of vintage military vehicles made their way through Wellington today for the Anzac Street Parade.
Northland police are appealing for information to identify three people caught on CCTV robbing a Stihl Shop in Waipapa.
Military Historian Dr. Ian McGibbon takes Mike McRoberts on a tour of the trenches where the New Zealanders held the line at Gallipoli.
Warriors general manager Dean Bell has stepped down from his role, ending a partnership with the club that started back in 1995.
Well known for her show LA Frock Stars and clothing shop The Way We Wore, Doris Raymond is iD Dunedin Fashion Week's international guest.
A near naked Heidi Klum and Game of Thrones hunk Pedro Pascal cuddle and kiss in Sia's Fire Meets Gasoline music video.
The parents of a newborn baby boy, who only lived for 100 minutes, have described their pride in their son for becoming Britain's youngest organ donor.
The daughter of two of the victims in the Carterton balloon disaster believes bureaucracy is getting in the way of a significant safety overhaul.
Dean Bell is calling time on his career at the Warriors, saying it was the right time for him to look for a new challenge.
Demonstrations are being held around the country today in an attempt to save current affairs show Campbell Live.
This video gives a glimpse at the next Call of Duty game's futuristic setting and hints at its plot.
3 News correspondent Mike McRoberts, in Eceabat, Turkey, this morning told TV3's Paul Henry programme the town was "pumping".
This video shows how players will fight enemies, build their car and upgrade it with scrap gathered from the wasteland.
Winston Peters says the Government is allowing "absolute crap" to settle in New Zealand, a day after record immigration figures were announced.
Sunderland's Adam Johnson has been charged with three offences of sexual activity with a child under the age of 16, Durham Police say.
West Indies allrounder Marlon Samuels really knows how to troll the opposition when he stood to attention and saluted Ben Stokes off the pitch.
An appearance by British Prime Minister David Cameron on the BBC's youth radio station hasn't gone quite to plan.
A humanoid robot able to recognise and interact with people has been showcased at an electronics fair in Hong Kong.
The family of black teenager Michael Brown, who was killed by a white policeman in the United States, is suing the city of Ferguson.
Jawed Karim got the idea for YouTube after struggling to find online videos of Janet Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl.
A health alert has been issued to towns around a volcano spewing ash 20km into the sky in Chile.
Louise Nicholas says she's "blown away and privileged" to be made ANZAC of the Year.
Labour is criticising the Government's decision to award a financial growth grant to Team New Zealand's America's Cup rival.
Firefighters have battled a large blaze at an warehouse storing palm kernel oil after a compactor machine caught fire.
Pulling a waitress' ponytail was silly, says a contrite Prime Minister John Key AAA but a legal expert says it's unlikely he will face any legal consequences.
Barack Obama has revealed an American and an Italian hostage were killed in a covert US counter-terrorism operation on the Afghan-Pakistan border.
People smugglers beat several migrants to death and executed at least 1 minor before the boat left Libya with more than 750 people aboard, survivors say.
Earlier this week a British chess champion sparked outrage by saying that men are hardwired to be better at chess than women.
Kiwi UFC fighter Mark Hunt could be just one win away from a shot at the heavyweight title.
New Zealand Rugby doesn't see the need to change its own stance on overseas-based players, following the Australian Rugby Union's decision to relax the eligibility rules for the Wallabies.
Windsurfer JP Tobin says while his priority is still Rio 2016, a lack of support is hindering his windsurfing campaign.
Nearly three-quarters of the Kiwis who died at Gallipoli have no known grave, but the Turkish have cared for our dead for the past 100 years.
The Mystics netball team had their moment to shine in a central Auckland restaurant kitchen cut short today when they set off the fire alarms.
Kiwi fighter Mark Hunt is on the verge of a shot at the UFC heavyweight title but reckons he'll call time on his career in two years' time.
The Prime Minister has been labelled a hair fetishist and has been exposed to ridicule locally and internationally.