Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader David Cunliffe went head-to-head in the first televised leaders' debate tonight.
Tonight on the Paul Henry Show we met Donald, a young professional who is currently working out who will get his vote in this election.
The Zambesi brand is one of the best fashion labels in New Zealand, so David Farrier went backstage for a sneak peek as they got ready for their big show.
Based in New York, the street style photographer works for big names such as Vogue and has so far enjoyed his time at the New Zealand Fashion Week.
The first of three televised debates took place this evening with Prime Minister John Key and Labour leader David Cunliffe going head-to-head.
A 40-year-old man has been killed at the Port of Lyttelton after a scissor lift fell over.
Spring racing gets underway with the first group one of the new season at Hawke's Bay on Saturday.
News filtered through from Australia this week that another woolly mammoth had been found after years in the wilderness.
The Warriors are refusing to throw in the towel on a season that may have already slipped through their fingers.
The van Soest family is living in a damp, cold, broken home and they say they've yet to see a complete and correct scope of works.
A group of All Blacks and Sevens players took to the catwalk today, nearly naked in their underwear.
The US Open has lost its first top 10 player, with women's fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska knocked out.
Having started 12 of his last 14 Tests, it's probably unfair to call Aaron Cruden Dan Carter's backup.
The Government wants the Treaty of Waitangi to be in a more central location so more people go to see it, but the move is a very expensive exercise.
The Internet Mana Party has had another media blowout, with Hone Harawira stopping an interview and walking off.
Racing car seat company Racetech has reopened its new headquarters after a fire destroyed the premises a year ago.
An update on the markets for August 28, 2014.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower sat down with New Zealand First leader Winston Peters in a one-on-one interview today to talk Dirty Politics, Judith Collins, and the fallout from the latest 3 News/Reid Research poll.
Cameron Slater arrived back in the country this morning, just before Winston Peters accused Judith Collins of betraying the Prime Minister.
Swimmers and surfers are on high alert in Perth after a huge shark was spotted close to shore.
The police complaints watchdog says officers have been heavy-handed when shutting down parties.
Mayor Len brown wants to save $240 million dollars a year and he had to make some tough calls.
Warrior Dominique Peyroux has had to bide his time and stay positive as he waited to get back into the NRL.
Following the release of the latest Tropes vs Women in Video Games episode, Feminist Frequency's Anita Sarkeesian has been driven from her home by online abuse and death threats.
Watch highlights of the Zambesi runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Watch highlights of the Stolen Girlfriends Club show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Watch highlights from the New Zealand Weddings Magazine Collection at Fashion Week 2014.
Watch highlights of the Juliette Hogan runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
An Australian dog track commentator has called a race shrouded in fog like he sees it. As in, not at all.
Was the hour-and-a-half wait for Zambesi worth it? Fashion Front Row reviews the darlings of Fashion Week.
Caroline Wozniacki has suffered a bad hair day at the US Open when her flowing blonde ponytail became trapped in the frame of her tennis racquet.
Nightcrawler is described as a pulse-pounding thriller set in the nocturnal underbelly of contemporary Los Angeles.
The first draft of Auckland Council's 10-year budget has been released today.
Cameron Slater has arrived back in New Zealand, and will speak to police today about an anonymous hacker accessing his emails.
Aaron McDonald will spend at least 21 years in prison for a series of violent attacks which include murder and rape.
David Farrier interviews AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd ahead of the release of his solo debut Head Job.
Houston Astros mascot Orbit has a new way for players to loosen up during pre-game stretches.
The New Zealand dollar rose after Fonterra said it would maintain its milk price forecast.
The Technology Investment Network has listed its latest top companies to watch.
A new smartphone app, GoodSAM, has been developed to alert off-duty medics when there's an emergency nearby.
New technology is enabling parents to put limits on their car's performance before their teens get behind the wheel.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Dirty Politics has been "a real boom-shaker", with National's support dropping to "unthinkable" levels.
Today Emma Brannam looks at a levitating speaker, Lightbox and a new way to ensure your home is adequately covered by insurance.
It's been a beautiful week on the nation's slopes, and the fine spells continue at Mt Ruapehu tomorrow.
A non-fiction book about an art dealer has beaten Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries to take out New Zealand's supreme book award.
Colin Craig says the Conservatives' jump in the polls is a result of the mud sticking to National in the wake of Nicky Hager's book Dirty Politics.
Alexis Sanchez scored his first goal for Arsenal as the 10-man English club advanced past Besiktas 1-0 on aggregate in the Champions League.
Prime Minister John Key says the National Party is going to have to work hard for every single vote in next month's election.
Louis van Gaal approached his new role as Manchester United manager saying it could get worse before things start getting better for the Reds.
New Zealand's fashion industry is getting crowded, but there's still an appetite for fresh talent.
Retiring Manly prop Jason King is set for a Brookvale Oval farewell home game after having a reckless high-tackle charge downgraded at the NRL judiciary.
Polish fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska and Sloane Stephens have been knocked out of the US Open.
Taranaki lodged the first win of their NPC season with a 46-17 mauling of Waikato in the clash of two Premiership division teams in Hamilton.
After more than 10 years since we first heard the gorgeous voice of Brooke Fraser and three stunning multi-platinum albums later, she is back.
National down, as is Labour, but it is the increased popularity of NZ First and the Conservatives Party, that's raised eyebrows.
On the corner of Richmond Street and The Esplanade in Petone, Wellington, Rose attempts to name nine kinds of world currencies, in 10 seconds.
Judith Collins seemed calm and confident at a debate in her Papakura electorate, but the latest 3 News poll suggests that 63 percent of voters believe Mr Key should sack her.
New Zealander Hans Dalton was looking forward to a holiday when he headed off to Samoa with his sister. Sadly he never returned.
New Zealand's top V8 Supercar driver, Shane van Gisbergen, is coming home to race.
When their Indonesian boat sank and no rescue came, Nelson couple Tony Lawton and Gaylene Wilkinson swum for shore, which took them eight hours to make it.