The Blues have picked up an important 21-13 win over the Waratahs to remain unbeaten in Auckland this season.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Chiefs travel to play the Brumbies in Canberra.
New York Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was slapped with a 10-game suspension after being ejected for using pine tar for better grip.
Holden veteran Jason Bright has taken out the opening race of this weekend's V8 Supercars round in Auckland.
One hundred years ago World War I prevented the first lacrosse test taking place in NZ, but today it was finally played.
Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic captain Casey Kopua will become the third player to reach one hundred ANZ Championship games.
New Zealanders are buried in hundreds of grave sites across the world, including Rheinberg War Cemetery in Germany.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne is considering slapping a higher tax on synthetic cannabis.
Private Dion Taka recounts the fateful day he was badly wounded in Afghanistan in the Battle of Baghak and his journey of recovery since.
New Zealand's infant formula exporters have just one week left before new regulations kick in.
Brian Mansell has marched in every Anzac Day parade since he returned from service in 1944.
A march through the Auckland suburb of Beachlands today focused on the role New Zealand women have played in war.
War veterans marched in ceremonies in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, as people came to commemorate Anzac Day.
Today's Gallipoli ceremony was a dress rehearsal for next year's centenary, but it was also a personal experience.
Newcastle Knights forward Alex McKinnon has shined some positive news on his rehabilitation after breaking his neck over a month ago.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as the Blues host the Waratahs in Super Rugby action.
Kate Rodger's interview with The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro star Andrew Garfield and director Marc Webb.
William James Vahey took his own life in March while the subject of an international sex crimes probe.
Thousands of people have gathered at Anzac services throughout the country to mark the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign.
Authorities in California have uncovered a tunnel they say was made to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States.
A walking trail, restored cenotaphs and a string of museum exhibitions has been launched to mark the centenary of World War I.
Auckland RSA president Graham Gibson says it was "lovely" to see so many young people attending this morning's dawn service.
The Duke and Duchess made an unexpected appearance at the national dawn service outside the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
Kiwis in Antarctica have seen their last glimpse of sunshine before they are plunged into darkness for the next three months.
Firstline's toughest reporter Aziz Al-Saafin checks out the course for New Zealand's first Tough Mudder challenge.
Lieutenant General Tim Keating, chief of the Defence Force, attended the Wellington dawn service this morning.
The organisation behind the operation claims 92.5 percent of the chemical weapons have been removed and destroyed.
Russia warned of "consequences" after Kiev launched a deadly assault against pro-Kremlin rebels.
The Christchurch Bridge of Remembrance is on track to reopen next year, despite controversy over its repairs.
Thousands have attended ANZAC ceremonies across the country this morning, marking the 99th anniversary of the Gallipoli landing.
Two young students a one from here, another from Turkey a read the Anzac Dedication in Auckland this morning.
Watch the playing of 'The Last Post' and the minute of silence at the Auckland Museum this morning.
Dame Trelise Cooper discusses her recent achievement, and helps re-create an advertisement from Mercedes Benz with Lola the chicken.
Over 100 photographers will be attempting to capture our remaining veterans for a portrait collection.
Melissa Davies is in Gallipoli for ANZAC day, and discusses what this yearas service will bring.
Police Minister Anne Tolley wants an investigation into how a man accused of kidnapping escaped from police custody.
Chat show host and Kiwi wine fan Graham Norton is getting his feet and hands a bit dirty, all in the name of fine wine.
ANZAC day rehearsals in Gallipoli were interrupted when a boat load of tourists arrived and began frolicking in the water.
Naenae locals have presented a petition to the local council to get rid of the shop, and are pleading for their community back.
The race for the Jason Richards Trophy might be the main focus for the V8 Supercar drivers this weekend, but bad weather is expected.
Young Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker was a keen student of multiple world champion Wladimir Klitschko.
A NYPD Twitter campaign has fueled allegations of police brutality.
Google is now allowing Kiwis to compare the old with the new through its Maps application, including pre-quake Christchurch.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand has died, hours after he was hospitalised with a serious head injury.
Tighter regulations affecting New Zealand's infant formula exports to China could shut out around 50 small companies.
From homeowners to currency traders, no one was surprised when the Reserve Bank increased the official cash rate to 3 percent today.
A military rapid response team is on its way to help exhausted West Coast residents repair the damage from Cyclone Ita.
The V8 supercars field are set to compete on Anzac day for the first time ever and the occasion is an extra special one for Kiwi driver Scott McLaughlin.
Video of Tom Binns performing as Ian D Montford performing his psychic trickery on David Farrier.
Kate Rodger's full interview with The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro star Emma Stone.
David Farrier's full interview with Brody Dalle ahead of the release of her solo debut Diploid Love.
Video of Brian Kenneth Metcalf, a man in his seventies, trying out the Oculus Rift for his first time.
The 200 missing school girls were sitting an exam when they were loaded into trucks and taken off into the forest.
The sandstorms swept across parts of northwest China on Tuesday and Wednesday, triggering fires and cutting power supplies.
The service accommodates four passengers each on six company-operated helicopters.
Environment Canterbury will vote today on whether to fund an investigation the feasibility of a passenger rail service.
The northwestern motorway has been re-opened after a crash caused major delays for commuters.
The Reserve Bank has raised the official cash rate, lifting it to 3 percent.
Investigators have raided the home of the man who owns the company that operated the South Korean ferry that sank last week.
Farmers down south are still picking up the pieces from a severe storm that destroyed buildings and levelled entire forest blocks.