The Brumbies have edged the Bulls 22-16 to keep their Super Rugby playoff hopes alive.
More than 700 contraceptive devices are on show at Te Papa for an exhibition celebrating the life and career of a kiwi pioneer in sexual health and contraception.
Dan Carter was happy with his return to first five-eighth as the Crusaders picked up a bonus-point win over the Hurricanes in Nelson.
After 24 years at TV3 it was an emotional occasion for John Campbell as Campbell Live aired its final show.
A small English coastal town says it's cracked it when it comes to reducing anti-social behaviour.
Codie Taylor clearly doesn't feel the wintery cold, abandoning his jersey during the Crusaders win over the Hurricanes in Nelson.
All Blacks pivot Dan Carter's return to first five-eighth fired the Crusaders to a 35-18 win over the Hurricanes in Nelson.
Brendon McCullum has batted away criticism of his team ahead of the second Test against England starting tonight.
They play different sports and have different personalities, but the Wheeler brothers are both striving to make their mark on the sporting landscape.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Crusaders host the Hurricanes in Nelson.
The Under-20 World Cup begins tomorrow in the shadow of the FIFA corruption scandal, with New Zealand against Ukraine at North Harbour Stadium.
If cats do in fact have nine lives, then Ash the Riverstone cat wasted no time using a few of his.
An update on the markets for May 29, 2015.
A Christchurch software company has come up with a novel way to teach bus drivers the literal ins and outs of the new central city interchange.
The family of a five-year-old autistic Christchurch boy who died from serious head injuries are "extremely upset" by his death, police say.
Lotto New Zealand is urging syndicates buying tickets to take precautions after an Australian syndicate took a member to court.
The Ministry of Education is asking schools to consider uniforms that are gender-neutral.
The old Christchurch central city police station is on the verge of being blown up in only the second such demolition of the whole Christchurch rebuild.
The Government's unveiled its latest initiative to combat soaring house prices in Auckland - 600 properties earmarked for development on public land.
New Zealand Football have confirmed they will support Jordanian Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein in the FIFA Presidential election and not current boss Sepp Blatter.
A Whanganui man has told a court he completely loved and trusted a woman he met online and never imagined he was falling for a trap that's landed him on trial in Bali for drug smuggling.
New Zealand Football (NZF) say they could abstain from voting in the FIFA elections as a corruption scandal surrounds the sport.
Almost hidden on a pontoon below the bridge at the entrance to Wellington's Frank Kitts lagoon, a sunning seal went all but unnoticed by the public this morning.
Daniel Rutledge talks to Paul Henry about Dwayne Johnson in San Andreas and Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2.
This year's FIFA 16 will add women's teams, a first for EA Sports' 22-year-old football simulation series.
After more than a decade on air, the curtain comes down on Campbell Live this evening.
Massive job losses at media giant Fairfax are bad for Kiwis who want to understand what's going on around New Zealand, a union representative has claimed.
Food companies are making progress reducing salt levels, but New Zealand's still far from reaching global guidelines.
A judge has dismissed Wade Robson's lawsuit alleging he was molested by late pop icon Michael Jackson, because the choreographer filed legal papers too late.
Officials in the coastal town of Newquay in the UK say criminal activity has plummeted since they banned the mankini.
Ireland prop Jack McGrath may face a suspension that could ruin his World Cup hopes after kneeing Konstantin Mikautadze in the back during Ireland's 22-21 defeat against the Barbarians.
Metiria Turei has confidence the Green Party will pick the right co-leader for her, because "they haven't made any wrong decisions so far".
3D will this Sunday bring you the story of Peter Gardner, the young Kiwi who could face death after being accused of drug smuggling in China.
A prominent sex educator is praising the Ministry of Education's updated sex education guide.
Sicon Ferguson has told staff it's closing its Greymouth and Whataroa branches at the end of August after losing a contract to Fulton Hogan.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is adamant his side will stick with their attacking approach to Test cricket in the series finale against England at Headingley starting Friday.
FIFA's president says the football body faces "more bad news", and the officials accused of corruption have humiliated the organisation.
The Whanganui man accused of smuggling 1.7kg of methamphetamine into Indonesia has spoken at his trial.
The artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg, then briefly known as Snoop Lion, and now known as Snoop Dogg is back, again.
A recent police chase in the US was certainly furious, but the offender was lacking the essential element of speed.
Swiss authorities say there are no plans as yet to question FIFA president Sepp Blatter in their investigation of money laundering and corruption allegations.
Australia won't pay to provide social support for ex-pat Kiwis, but will pay for them to be incarcerated if it all falls apart.
In a country that should only be dealing with first-world problems, there are a few areas where the water supply is still sub-standard and undrinkable.
In the last 30 years, gay rights in New Zealand have come tremendously far but men convicted of homosexual activity still have those convictions on their record.
Parnassus sheep farmer Mike Bowler's determined not to let the stress of the situation get him down - he's found a rather unique way of ensuring it doesn't.
It was a light training for the Black Caps at Headingley, but they have another heavy task ahead.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter is desperately clinging to power following the arrest of several high-ranking officials in football's governing body.
New Zealand Football says the Under-20 World Cup will go ahead on Saturday despite the scandal engulfing football's governing body.
Two new fluffy faces are starting to be seen at Hamilton Zoo.
A husband sneaking into his wife's birthday chocolate stash was a blessing in disguise after he found a whole wasp embedded in the block.
An update on the markets for May 28, 2015.
Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism is holding Chinese cooking classes to help local cafes better cater to Asian tourists' tastes.
The Catholic Bishop of Christchurch has revealed a $45 million plan to restore the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament.
Someone will be seriously injured or killed if people continue to graffiti trains, Auckland Transport warns.
Fairfax Media has hit back at reports it is proposing to cut multiple positions across the country.
The parents of a forestry worker killed on the job say the Government will have blood on its hands if it weakens health and safety reforms.
A press conference ahead of the Under20 World Cup that kicks off on Saturday descended into farce as FIFA officials refused to discuss the corruption scandal.
Kiwi light-heavyweight Robert Berridge has had his technique overhauled before next weekAAAs IBO world title fight.
It's got its own pool, is surrounded by plants and trees and gets a lot of sun AAA and it's now the home of Wellington's newest bachelors.
There was no political interference during the initial police probe into whether John Banks had falsely declared donations from Kim Dotcom anonymous, the independent police watchdog says.