New Zealanders are today bracing for a polar blast which will sweep up the country over the next three days.
ANZ says it's been targeted with a class action lawsuit because it's the biggest bank in the country.
The New Zealand U20 team have suffered a 33-21 loss to England in the semi finals of the Junior World Championship.
The Brumbies ended a 42-year drought for Australian provincial teams against the British and Irish Lions, holding on for a 14-12 upset victory in wet and slippery conditions after a hail storm in the national capital on Tuesday night.
President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and other G-8 leaders took a united stance on seeking a negotiated Syrian peace settlement.
Jurors in Mark Lundy's 2002 double-murder trial were misled about the reliability of the method used to establish when the victims died.
It's summer blockbuster season in Hollywood, a critical time for studios.
The Taliban and the US announced that they will hold formal talks on finding a political solution to ending nearly 12 years of war in Afghanistan.
Enormous demonstrations have shaken cities across Brazil in some of the largest outpourings of frustration in decades.
One of England's most infamous murderers has appeared in public for the first time in 50 years.
Although glass-making is an art which is thousands of year's old, the fundamentals have changed very little overtime.
It's the sheer scale of Shane Cotton's works that hits you at his new exhibition at Wellington's City Gallery.
Campbell Live has been invited to follow a giraffe during her pregnancy in the lead up to the birth.
On the June 6, after rugby training, someone hit Stephen Dudley. It cost the Kelston Boys High School student his life at 15 years old.
ACC levies have gone down under this government, but at what cost? A prominent wellington lawyer says ACC is getting rid of injured people from its book to make those saving.
The Central Pulse have defeated the lowly Canterbury Tactix 73-59 in their ANZ Championship clash in Porirua.
For a small school, New Plymouth's Francis Douglas Memorial College is starting to punch above its weight in rugby.
Bike New Zealand continues to face some tough challenges as it looks toward Rio 2016.
Ferguson is the second New South Wales player in a fortnight to be suspended after facing criminal charges a and he could be banned from the NRL for good.
And after a rise in harassment complaints with beggars, the Wellington City Council is taking action.
Evacuated residents in the Christchurch suburb of Mairehau have returned to survey the damage to their waterlogged homes.
Deep differences over Syria's fierce civil war clouded a summit of world leaders Monday.
A couple who were having trouble paying their mortgage have literally come up with a novel solution.
ANZ says it is surprised by claims its fees are unfair and will vigorously defend itself.
The occupation of a person under suspicion of leaking confidential Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) documents has been revealed.
NZTA has released three proposals to upgrade Wellington City's public transport system, favouring a bus rapid transit system.
Art collector Charles Saatchi has been cautioned over a dramatic assault on his TV presenter wife Nigella Lawson.
A Dutch court convicted six young footballers and the father of one of the players of manslaughter on Monday for kicking to death a volunteer linesman.
Five nations around the vast Asian confederation are bracing for the joy or heartbreak that is coming their way on Tuesday in the last games of continental World Cup qualification.
David Beckham started his second trip in China as the Ambassador of the country's football in Beijing.
After a night of drama on The X Factor NZ stage, Anna Wilson sat down with 3 News to talk about her time on the show.
Torrential rain and floods have washed away buildings and roads, killing at least 23 people in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand.
Airbus and Boeing have won pledges for big purchases of their lucrative long-haul wide-body jets, raising hopes that demand is recovering from the recession.
The national carrier was invited to the Paris Air Show - the biggest and most prestigious in the world a to unveil their most fuel efficient Airbus.
Finally, after a 17-year wait, England has a major winner: U.S. Open champion Justin Rose.
There's good news for wine enthusiasts, with the 2013 harvest promising to be one of the best vintages yet.
MediaWorks would make an attractive company to buy, says media commentator Bill Ralston.
Syria is the issue dominating discussion at the G8 meeting in Northern Ireland.
The 2013 Export Barometer survey reveals New Zealand exporter confidence is up from last year.
There's a new film out here next week called Man of Steel, one that hopes to make Superman relevant to a new generation.
The pressure may be on Brisbane coach Anthony Griffin but it at least eased somewhat after Brisbane turned around a horror run with a 32-12 NRL win over fellow battlers Wests Tigers at Suncorp Stadium on Monday night.
A newspaper report that British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats' phones and emails has prompted an angry response.
Charles Saatchi has claimed images of him holding Nigella Lawson around the neck just show "a playful tiff".
The opposition's plan to revive manufacturing won't be taken seriously by anyone, Prime Minister John Key says.
Sri Lanka's defeat of Australia in the Champions Trophy has meant New Zealand, as well as their trans-Tasman neighbours, have been dumped out of the one-day international cricket competition.
Several South Island roads remain closed today after yesterday's extensive flooding.
Talks on a sweeping trade deal between the European Union and the United States are to get underway in Washington next month.
Last night on The X Factor NZ, Stan Walker farewelled the last of his acts when Anna Wilson was voted off by the other three judges.
A man in a wheelchair who was allegedly at the centre of a five-hour armed stand-off in an Auckland bank is set to appear in court.
Lawyers for double murderer Mark Lundy have told the Privy Council "bad science" was used to convict him.
In 2011 the public donated $100,000 towards the cost of Evan Hill's orthodontic treatment, which was easily enough to cover his sister's teeth as well.
With more rotten weather forecast, it's a nightmare for the workers desperately trying to stop parts of Dunedin's famous St Clair esplanade from crumbling into the sea.
Police are attending an incident on Auckland's Great South Road in the suburb of Penrose.
Tonight Campbell Live is in the north-west of Motueka, at a little place called Marahau, as well as Sandy Bay and Peach Island, where there has been major flooding.
Campbell Live heads south to Christchurch, where the rain has added insult to injury for earthquake victims.
A month ago Campbell Live showed you some of the shocking stories still coming out of Christchurch.
Police are investigating an alleged nightclub incident involving State of Origin star Blake Ferguson at the weekend.
Steve Hansen has hinted at changes to the All Blacks for Saturday's third and final test in New Plymouth.
The Labour Party, Greens, NZ First and Mana have met in Christchurch to discuss a report which lays out policy changes it says can turn around the manufacturing industry.
The tropical storm that has caused so much damage in Tasman turned its sights on the South Island's east coast today.