After eight tense weeks the pressure is now on the jury in the Chris Cairns trial to decide the fate of the cricketing legend.
A jewellery store in the Auckland suburb of Grey Lynn has been ploughed into in the early hours of this morning.
The recovery mission is underway to recover the three remaining bodies at Fox Glacier.
Belgian club Gent pulled a free-kick routine straight from the training ground in their 2-1 Champions League win over Lyon.
Colourful boxer Tyson Fury appears to have adopted the 'kill them with kindness' method for his next fight against world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Chelsea closed in on qualification from the group stages with a 4-0 win at Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Champions League.
Arsenal kept their Champions League hopes alive with a 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb.
A Turkish fighter jet has shot down a Russian warplane which it claims had entered its airspace.
The US has issued a worldwide travel alert and the city of Brussels is still on its highest alert level under fears of imminent attack.
Two DOC workers have been battling to save one of the world's rarest plants.
You may remember a few weeks back we showed you how easy it is to buy a gun when we should not have been able to.
We all know the drill AAA change your phone to flight mode and switch off Bluetooth, WIFI and electronic devices in preparation for take-off or landing. But why?
A powerful and proven New Zealand line-up has been named to contest the track cycling World Cup round in Cambridge early next month.
Meet the new Hurricanes midfield: 23-year-old Pita Ahki and 22-year-old former Warrior Ngani Laumape.
Kiwi driver Earl Bamber's aiming higher after a breakthrough win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in June and he could be driving against some familiar faces on the World Endurance Circuit.
A 500-tonne bridge, which is also one of Christchurch's busiest, will be lifted several times over the next few months as engineers carry out earthquake repairs.
David Warner thrashed New Zealand's attack in Brisbane and Perth but the aggressive opener accepts batting won't be so easy in the inaugural day-night Test.
A women support group says women who speak out against their violent partners must be taken seriously, or we could see more cases like the murder of Mei Fan.
The judge in Chris Cairns' trial has said Chris Harris was "completely wrong" when he claimed that an aspect of Cairns' captaincy was suspicious.
The Government is cracking down on online betting to try and recoup money spent offshore.
Three Greenpeace protesters remain atop a NIWA research vessel docked in Wellington, after dodging port security to get on board.
Voting in the New Zealand flag referendum is well underway, but the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll suggests Prime Minister John Key's goal of changing it will fail.
John Key says there are a number of Kiwis linked to Islamic State, even trying to raise money for them, and is scared there might be more hiding under the radar.
Brussels will stay at the highest security threat level for another week over fears of an imminent attack, as authorities charged a fourth suspect in connection with the terror assaults in Paris.
Police in Fox Glacier have confirmed the four bodies extracted from the wreckage of a crashed helicopter on Sunday are that of three women and a man.
Outgoing Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder is relishing a distraction-free season next year in what will be his final campaign with the Super Rugby franchise.
NIWA says it is disappointed Greenpeace protesters boarded their ship in Wellington this morning, saying it is concerned they breached security.
The pink ball is supposed to behave at least somewhat like the traditional red Kookaburra but Tim Southee feels it's more like a white ball.
4-4-2 is 3news.co.nz's online exclusive football show, with four issues debated in four minutes, by two idiots.
More than 600 babies in Japan have wriggled to the finish line on their hands and knees in the world's largest crawling competition.
Antarctica's Dry Valleys AAA one of the world's most barren landscapes AAA is where our scientists come year after year for months at a time, living and working in conditions most people can only imagine. Conditions that 3D shared for a week.
Antarctica used to be host to beech forests, and if we carry on the way we are, the trees will one day return.
A 3D investigation has discovered the organised, premeditated exploitation of foreign workers is rife, where takeaway workers can be earning less than $4 an hour.
Whichever you are voting, you will have to weigh up what makes the best flag.
Breakers shooting star Corey Webster admits last night's 11-point victory over table-toppers Melbourne United was a career highlight.
The most well-known form of polo might be on horseback but there are numerous variations to the sport.
Mr Clarke is a Kiwi convicted of violent crimes in Australia who is now forced to call New Zealand home.
The Black Caps and Australia batsmen could find themselves afraid of the dark over the next week if preparations for the historic pink ball Test are anything to go by.
Lydia Ko's won the $1.5 million bonus after finishing tied for seventh at the LPGA Tour's season-ending event in Florida.
The 43rd annual American Music Awards was full of action, with a no-show from Taylor Swift, a moving tribute to the victims of the Paris terror attacks and a questionable kiss.
Chronic lung disease is set to become the world's third biggest killer in the next 15 years, and a New Zealand expert says more needs to be done to improve diagnosis.
From as early as next year, shopping for a new car might first involve putting on a headset and taking a look at a holograph of want you want.
Investigators still aren't any closer to determining what caused a tragic helicopter accident that killed seven people at Fox Glacier on Saturday.
The latest 3 News/Reid Research poll shows a clear majority of voters back New Zealand's role in the war against Islamic State (IS).
Mortgage interest rates have dropped to their lowest level in 60 years.
A public service is set to take place at Eden Park for former All Black Jonah Lomu who died on Wednesday.
A Guinness World Record for the number of heads shaved in one hour has been broken by a charity group in Northland.
Getting hit in the head with a cricket ball is never a pleasant experience but if there's one thing that makes it better is taking a wicket off it.
Members of American rock band the Eagles of Death Metal have opened up for the first time about the massacre at the Bataclan theatre in Paris.
Martin Guptill scored a century, but the pink ball demons continue to come out at night for the Black Caps.
The pace is usually pretty leisurely in Auckland's Domain on a Sunday, but the Red Bull Trolley Grand Prix took over today.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy equalled Ruud van Nistelrooy's record of scoring in 10 consecutive English Premier League games when he netted away to Newcastle United.
Brutish, imperious, daunting AAA the late Jonah Lomu was renowned as one of the very best try scorers to have graced the game.
The words "big", "fast" and "powerful" have dominated the tributes to rugby's first global superstar this week - but Lomu did more than just steamroll his opponents.
More than 10,000 lightning strikes hit the Northern region last night, as an intense storm battered the top of the country.
The latest 3 News/Reid Research poll shows National is unscathed by John Key's "rapists and murderers" Parliamentary attack. Although the Prime Minister's personal popularity has taken a hit.
Prime Minister John Key says he has talked to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi about a free-trade agreement at the East Asia Summit this weekend in Kuala Lumpur.
More than 1000 people are expected to gather as the Tongan community and South Auckland bid farewell to rugby legend Jonah Lomu.
Former Labour leader Phil Goff has confirmed he will run for Auckland Mayor in the 2016 election.
Three bodies have been removed from the helicopter crash site where two young Australians, four Britons and the Kiwi pilot died on Fox Glacier.