Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is undergoing further concussion testing to determine whether he will be fit to face competition leaders Manly.
Newcastle United fans have travelled from across Australasia and the UK for tonight's match in Dunedin against Sydney FC.
Prince William and Kate are preparing to celebrate Prince George's first birthday.
Shane Archbold has replaced an injured Aaron Gate in the New Zealand pursuit team to race at the Commonwealth Games.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Newcastle play Sydney in Dunedin.
It's been a tough year for triathlete Andrea Hewitt after her fiancA and coach Laurent Vidal suffered a health scare.
The Government is setting up a taskforce to identify what it calls "loopy rules", with the aim of getting rid of unnecessary bureaucracy.
A new study into the environmental impact of meat production has singled out beef as the worst offender.
The proposed $90M Basin Reserve flyover has been turned down in a draft decision released today.
NZ First leader Winston Peters is trying to laugh off a serious misconception held by one of his MPs.
Labour leader David Cunliffe has done what politicians hate to do: he has admitted to getting it wrong.
National MP Claudette Hauiti has gone into hiding, refusing to answer any questions after quitting Parliament today.
Once again speculation surrounds who will have the honour of carrying the flag at this year's Commonwealth Games.
Young IDF war logistics officer Tia Kobashvili's heart sank yesterday at the news 13 of her comrades had been killed in battle.
Israel has bombed five mosques, a sports stadium and the home of the late Hamas military chief across the Gaza Strip.
Wairarapa's main road link to Wellington is open again after being closed by snowfall, but drivers are being warned to take care.
National list MP Claudette Hauiti has announced she is quitting politics.
MPs from both sides of the House tonight will team up to face a new opponent a young people.
On your marks - get ready - slow! 150 snails raced it out at the Snail Racing World Championship in Congham, England.
Mike McRoberts and 3 News camera operator Simon Ashworth witnessed Israel's missile defence system in action.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush has backed the decision by Steven Gerrard to retire from playing international football.
The number of New Zealanders able to speak Te Reo might be declining, but the language itself is growing.
New Zealand Fashion Week is not far off, and this year big name designers Kate Sylvester and Nom*D have rejoined the ranks.
Rising New Zealand shot put champion Tom Walsh is relishing his first chance at a major competition.
New Zealand Olympic Committee's chef de mission Rob Waddell says he hopes the Kiwis can top the medal telly set from the last Commonwealth Games.
Phoenix general manager David Dome says tickets to the West Ham and Newcastle games aren't selling as quickly as they'd hoped.
Alastair Cook said he will not resign as England captain, despite a 95-run defeat by India in the second Test at Lord's.
Snow has closed the main road from Wairarapa to Wellington, while the cold weather is also causing problems further north.
Rob Waddell has remained tight-lipped over who will carry the New Zealand flag at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.
World efforts to broker a ceasefire in war-torn Gaza have gathered pace as Israel presses a blistering 14-day assault on the enclave.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the remains of those onboard crashed flight MH17 will be handed over to the Netherlands.
England captain Steven Gerrard has issued a statement announcing his retirement from international football.
Manly have secured the outright lead at the top of the NRL ladder courtesy of a 21-12 win over St George Illawarra on Monday night.
With 774 separate state-funded family violence services in NZ, a system Ms Herbert believes is too fragmented and is part of the problem.
His new release 'Aotearoa' is the first hit in Maori in 30 years, the last being Patea Maori Club's 1984 song 'Poi E'.
David Farrier caught up with Mr Weir to discuss his 41 tattoos a all of Homer Simpson's face.
The UN Security Council has demanded a ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip as the death toll there soared to more than 500.
The site where MH17 crashed is currently the world's biggest crime scene, but it is one that is still guarded by the suspected criminals.
Bayleigh Rees's prized BMX was stolen just hours after arriving in Rotterdam.
What is it about English football clubs that inspires such intense loyalty?
The latest taster from NZ First pledges to remove GST from the weekly supermarket shop, but which food items?
A serious life-threatening illness is grounds for a KiwiSaver payout, yet how easy is it to convince providers to hand over the cash?
Officials say Scotland's biggest city is ready for its biggest sporting endeavour.
Thirty years after 'Poi E' hit the charts and got everyone singing along in Te reo MAori, Stan Walker is having another go.
Rory McIlroy is the new world number two after his dramatic British Open victory on Sunday at Royal Liverpool lifted him six places in the rankings.
Kiwi golf star Lydia Ko's become the youngest LPGA player to win US$1 million in prize money, by taking out the Marathon Classic in Ohio.
Newcastle United will field a strong side at Forsyth Barr Stadium against Sydney FC tomorrow night.
The Government has announced a 30,000-acre conservation park for the island in the Hauraki Gulf, making it Auckland's largest.
The Greens have unveiled a new policy extending early childhood education, but won't say where the money will come from.
There are fears Malaysia Airlines will fold under the weight of the latest tragedy.
A wintry blast moving up the South Island today served as a reminder to southerners that winter isn't over just yet.
All Black legend Kevin Skinner passed away this morning in Auckland, aged 86.
Less than 24 hours after State Highway 1 near Kawakawa re-opened on Saturday, a section of road near the Brynderwyns washed away.
John Key has received an assurance a Malaysian diplomat will be returned to face charges.
Emotions will run high as Newcastle United honour two of their stalwart supporters killed on flight MH17 when they play Sydney FC in Dunedin.
Thirty years after the song 'Poi E' hit the charts and got people singing along in Te Reo Maori, Stan Walker is having another go.
Kiwi readers have once again been asked to reveal their favourite books and authors for this year's Whitcoulls Top 100 list.
In this week's tech chat we take a look at the Livescribe 3 smart pen, and ask whether NZ is on the verge of a technology boom.
The MH17 disaster has dominated world headlines in the past few days, dwarfing developments in New Zealand politics.
Two police officers who attempted to arrest a man in New York's Staten Island, only for the man to later die, have been demoted.