New Zealand rower Peter Taylor has gone back to the future.
A Western starring Michael Fassbender has just opened in Kiwi cinemas, and while the story is set in Colorado, the film itself was shot in NZ.
With three wins from 10 games it hasn't been a great season for the Parramatta Eels.
The 500 may be what everyone else is talking about in Indianapolis this weekend, but for Scott Dixon the magic number is 37.
For the first time in four years drift car racing is returning to Pukekohe.
Anyone who jogs knows it can be hard to stay motivated.
Hundreds of fish hooks have been removed from a Northland playground, and residents believe they were put there maliciously.
Protesters clashed with police outside Sky City today, while inside the John Key was delivering his own verdict on the Budget.
You may not have heard the name Andrew Cox, but the expatriate Kiwi has made his name in the hotel management business and is now branching out to sport.
A lawyer for members of the Red Devils gang who yesterday had a stay put on drug charges against them says it was inevitable because of police behaviour.
NZ troops have now established themselves in the Iraqi city of Taji as part of a combined force with Australia.
An update on the markets for May 22, 2015.
Blessie Gotingco's family say they're extremely relieved a 28-year-old man's been found guilty of her rape and murder.
Labour Leader Andrew Little spent the day on the Budget back foot.
A Southland hunter has admitted killing his son in a shooting accident on Stewart Island after he mistook him for a deer.
New Zealand Rugby are satisfied they're in a better position to diagnose concussion after the introduction of new sideline technology.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has stunned a super fan by being the celebrant at his surprise wedding.
Labour leader Andrew Little has apologised for a "flippant" remark he made about gender reassignment surgery during a debate about the Budget yesterday.
TV3 broadcaster Paul Henry was caught up in a protest at SkyCity in Auckland this afternoon.
Fifty boats used to evacuate allied troops from Dunkirk during World War II are helping recreate the journey taken 75 years ago.
One of the world's largest dating websites has been hacked and personal information of 4 million members has been published on the internet.
Protesters standing outside SkyCity's convention centre ahead of John Key's post-budget speech have clashed violently with police.
Five years after police cooked up charges against two undercover officers a court has ruled any case using their evidence would undermine the justice system.
The man accused of raping and murdering Blessie Gotingco will be kept in a cell for the remainder of his trial after reacting angrily to a judge's summary.
The Islamic State has seized Syria's Palmyra, with UNESCO warning that the destruction of the ancient city would be "an enormous loss to humanity".
The Islamic State group has seized Syria's Palmyra, with UNESCO warning that the destruction of the ancient city would be "an enormous loss to humanity".
The Government's announcement to help struggling families has been labelled a historic decision by child poverty advocates but more still needs to be done.
British TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson blames himself for his sacking as host of hit motoring show Top Gear, admitting: "It was my own silly fault."
Most of my laughs were reserved for Jason Statham, his rogue spy Rick Ford sending up his own Statham brand of action man.
Teaser screenshots and video has been released by EA and Ghost Games for the upcoming Need for Speed reboot.
It appears even cars don't like selfie sticks after a group filming a sing-along as they drove down a highway had a nasty accident.
Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' promo has shattered viewing records on Vevo after over 20 million views in just 24 hours.
A small dog swept up in Colombia's recent landslide and flooding has been rescued by police as it was pulled down a raging torrent.
What would The Late Show with David Letterman be without a Top 10?
A phone call from Dean Barker's sailing nemesis Sir Russell Coutts was a big reason behind the Kiwi joining Softbank Team Japan.
Scott Dixon is very much Indianapolis's man of the moment ahead of Monday's (NZT) Indy 500 race.
Joe Root and Ben Stokes pulled England out of dire straits against New Zealand on a compelling first day of the first cricket Test at Lord's.
Australia is known for claiming a lot of things and it appears being European is one of them.
David Letterman is the longest-serving late night talk show host in American TV history.
Reporter Mike Wesley-Smith went to meet the Syrian refugee children in the Turkish cities like Sanilurfa who have big dreams for the future.
The man many regard as the face of TV3 is leaving.
With the Budget announcement and all the new policies and spending promises, Lachlan Forsyth travelled to the Gold Coast for a very basic grocery shop.
A $790 million child hardship package was announced in the Budget, including a weekly $25 increase in benefits for beneficiaries with children.
The exhibition Pop Ping Pong in Aotea Square aims "to engage Auckland residents in friendly competitive game play", but is it worth the money?
Finance Minister Bill English today delivered his seventh Budget, introducing a new travel levy and dropping KiwiSaver's $1000 kick-start.
A wayward hit by Tim Southee has connected with a sports reporter during a training session at Lords.
Former Team New Zealand skipper Dean Barker has been appointed skipper and CEO of Japanese challenger, SoftBank Team Japan.
A decision was supposed to be made about John Kirwan's future by the end of this month, but until there's a consensus by the board he will have to wait to know his fate.
Next week a new attraction opens on the top of building that replaced the Twin Towers destroyed in the 9-11 attacks.
An update on the markets for May 21, 2015.
A neighboursAAA battle has ended with the removal of a cabin on AucklandAAAs North Shore today.
It was today announced that John Campbell is leaving Campbell Live and TV3, with his 7pm programme to be replaced by a new current affairs show.
Moves to alleviate child poverty in today's Budget have been welcomed by UNICEF and the Children's Commissioner.
Labour's finance spokesman has labelled this year's Budget "a politician's Budget" without a plan.
All Blacks Richie McCaw and Luke Romano return to the Crusaders starting line-up for Saturday's clash against defending Super Rugby champions the Waratahs in Sydney.
Video of a young Vin Diesel breakdancing in the '80s has undergone a resurgence in popularity on the internet.
The Greens have criticised the Government's moves to tackle child poverty, saying it is giving with one hand but taking with another.
3 News Political Editor Patrick Gower runs through the five things you need to know about this year's Budget.
John Campbell has decided to leave MediaWorks, who today announced a new current affairs show to be broadcast at 7pm Monday to Thursday on TV3.
All Blacks and Hurricanes wing Cory Jane's admitted some frustration has entered his game as he tries to impress All Blacks selectors.