Hayden Paddon is itching to get back in his Hyundai and the WRC's Rally Finland will give the young Kiwi driver plenty of speed, bumps and jumps to navigate.
Former All Whites coach Kevin Fallon has left his post as Mount Albert Grammar School's director of football after 18 years at the Auckland school.
Lightning, hail and flash-flooding have put an end to the summer barbeques in the UK.
The late Dean of Christchurch will be farewelled today at Christchurch's transitional cathedral.
A burglar in the US who used a dog door enter a house learned getting in and out wasn't quite as straight forward as he hoped.
Twenty-three-year-old Auckland soprano Isabella Moore has won the prestigious Lexus Song Quest.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day five of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
People from more than 40 mental health and addictions NGOs have gathered at a public meeting to address political candidates.
Is the New Zealand swimming team performing as well as expected?
They've only just arrived, but Prince William and Kate have already been spotted at the gymnastics, boxing, swimming and hockey.
Just why has John Key declined a deal with the Conservatives? And how does it help New Zealand First?
The Royal Family are the current World Hip-Hop Championships titleholders. They're so good, this year won't even be competing.
After failing to convince the Government to gift him a seat, Conservative Party leader Colin Craig now says he didn't want one anyway.
Auckland weightlifter Ritchie Patterson has won gold in the 85kg class at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
ASB's latest quarterly economic forecast sees the New Zealand economy maintaining strong momentum through 2014.
A man is in a critical condition after being crushed between two trucks in Auckland this morning.
New Zealand athlete Tom Walsh has won a shot put silver medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Ukraine's army has seized control of part of the vast site where Malaysian airliner MH17 crashed, insurgents say.
A knee injury to South Sydney captain John Sutton has taken the gloss off a thumping 34-18 NRL win over Canberra at GIO Stadium.
Shane Archbold cites the camaraderie and Sam Webster the depth as reasons for New Zealand's big success in the velodrome in Glasgow.
Seven children have been killed by a missile which has slammed into a refugee camp in Gaza City .
The Pacific Islands Forum will officially open tonight in Palau, a small island nation in the northwestern Pacific.
In a performance befitting a royal audience, New Zealand's Joelle King has won bronze in the women's squash singles at the Commonwealth Games.
Due to a chain of events started by a column in a weekend newspaper, a prominent Kiwi man with name suppression is being compared to Rolf Harris.
It had its premiere tonight at the movies in both Auckland and Wellington, but the second the curtains rose you could watch it online for $12.
Campbell Live alongside the team from GJ Gardner Homes was tonight live from Te Aroha as the Lawton family received the keys their termite-free home.
When Vincenzo Nibali pulled on the race winner's yellow jersey on the podium beneath the Arc du Triomphe on the Champs Elysees in Paris, he was fulfilling in some ways his own destiny.
A trio of Crusaders players have been dropped from the All Blacks with Dan Carter's return.
In a rare prosecution, Hayden Don pleaded guilty to possessing salmon he'd caught himself to on-sell to his friends and relatives.
Ship horns blared Sunday as the wrecked Costa Concordia cruise liner limped into the Italian port of Genoa to be scrapped.
A row has broken out over photographs of the fiery Carterton hot air balloon crash.
Prime Minster John Key has ruled out a deal with Conservative Party leader Colin Craig.
Video highlight reel from Comic-Con 2014 featuring cosplayers, Benedict Cumberbatch, Megan Fox and Zachary Quinto.
New Zealand runner Zane Robertson has claimed the bronze medal in the men's 5000m at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A stunning start has propelled Jo Edwards to gold in the women's singles at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Daniel Carter is set to mark his return to the All Blacks fold after being included in the 31-man squad for the Rugby Championship.
A court battle has broken out over still images of the Carterton hot air balloon, taken after it had crashed and caught alight.
Prime Minister John Key has confirmed Murray McCully will stand in the East Coast Bays electorate.
Hamas has fired more rockets at Israel, despite claims it had accepted a UN request for an extension of a humanitarian truce.
Heavy shelling around the crash site of Malaysian flight MH17 has forced Dutch and Australian police to scrap a planned trip.
There are reports a New Zealand-born soldier in the Israeli army is among those killed in the Gaza strip.
Problems with violence and free-riders have prompted Auckland Transport to consider setting up a special train-based police force.
Ross Karl presents all the action from the Kiwis on day four of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Westpac has taken out the top honour in the inaugural YWCA Equal Pay Awards.
A new invention allows kids to fill up as many as 100 balloons in a minute, giving them a distinct advantage over their opponents.
Has reporting of the recent fighting between Hamas and Israel been balanced? Or has truth again become a casualty of war?
Campaigners say Kiwi men have the power to change New Zealand's damning rate of sexual violence.
Live updates as they happen and all the action as New Zealand take on South Africa in the Commonwealth Games Sevens gold medal match.
South Africa have ended New Zealand's sevens winning streak at the Commonwealth Games, beating them 17-12 in the gold medal match.
UNICEF says the impact of the current conflict between Israel and Hamas "runs much deeper" than previous flare-ups.
Brazil's preparation for the 2016 Olympics has been slammed as the "worst ever" by the International Olympic Committee.
A woman suffering from the first confirmed case of Ebola in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, has died.
Tame Iti says yesterday's meeting with Police Commissioner Mike Bush was "necessary" to heal the hurt caused by 2007's Urewera raids.
Twelve students and three staff from Turakina Maori Girls College are recovering after a bus crash south of Gisborne.
Vincenzo Nibali has completed his victory in the 2014 Tour de France as Marcel Kittel won the final stage on the Champs Elysees in Paris.
There are concerns over responses from the Child, Youth and Family crisis line.
A competition for girls at Unitec in Auckland aims to start getting more Kiwi women involved.
A Dutch citizen is the first MH17 victim to be identified, as grieving parents of an Australian victim defy safety concerns to visit the crash site.
Kiwi film The Dark Horse has been a favourite at the NZIFF, but last night the filmmakers took their story back to where it began.
The fastest man on the planet has touched down in Glasgow and, as you'd expect, Usain Bolt made quite an impact with the media.