The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight appears to have "deliberately" crashed the plane into the French Alps after locking his captain out of the cockpit.
Australia captain Michael Clarke is looking forward to the Cricket World Cup final against the Black Caps and knows his side will have to bring their A-game.
The Cricket World Cup final will be a trans-Tasman affair after Australia beat India by 95 runs at the SCG in Sydney.
Julian Lee wanted to join the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, but instead of letting him anywhere near the instruments, they made him a roadie.
Food crops across Vanuatu have been completely wiped out, with no mangoes expected for a year and no coffee for up to three years.
The Warriors have been following the Cricket World Cup with interest, but before they sit down to watch the final there's an important game of their own to take care of.
A quarrelsome discussion about the Ports of Auckland has seen Mayor Len Brown walk out of a council meeting.
An underwater camera will be installed in a remote South Island bay tomorrow as police continue their search for missing schoolboy Mike Zhao-Beckenridge.
An update on the markets for March 26, 2015.
A sea of Indian fans has descended on the Sydney Cricket Ground to make the semi-final against Australia - a virtual home game for the subcontinent.
An inquiry has been launched following complaints about alleged spying in the South Pacific by the Government Communications Security Bureau.
There is a strong theory emerging about what caused the crash of the Germanwings Airbus in the French Alps, and it's based on what investigators heard on the cockpit flight recorder.
What a week it's been for Black Caps paceman Matt Henry after being called into the side as an injury replacement for Adam Milne.
Video highlights live updates as they happen and all the action as Australia take on India in their World Cup semi-final in Sydney.
Sea World is fighting new criticism of its treatment of orca, after the release of a book written by a former trainer.
A Kiwi helicopter company says distribution of aid to outer islands in Vanuatu is proving difficult in the wake of Cyclone Pam.
The brutal and bloody murders of Christine and Amber Lundy had "all the hallmarks of an inside job" with all signs pointing to Mark Lundy, the Crown contends.
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this drama as a father of a girl (Abigail Breslin) who is slowly turning into a zombie.
A Wellington bus company is investigating after a video of a man racially abusing two Muslim men on a bus was published online.
One Direction fans and singer Harry Styles have shed tears publicly over Zayn Malik's departure from the boyband.
In 2011, German scientist Stefan Lunka said he would give AAA100,000 to anyone who could prove that measles was caused by a virus. Now he has to pay up.
Reality TV become very personal for two high-ranking officials in Ukraine when police barged in on a live televised cabinet meeting and arrested them.
Susan Kilsby, a dairy analyst with NZX Agri, says there are a number of reasons Fonterra has seen its profit fall.
Experiential tourism company Magic Memories has taken out the top prize at the New Zealand International Business Awards - and three others.
Goal celebrations sometimes get out of control, but very rarely does it go from joy to dismay quite like it did for this football team.
Winston Peters has suspended his distrust of opinion polling, following the latest from 3 News-Reid Research which suggests he's going to trounce his opponents in Northland.
Lisa was left without a rose from Art Green after last night's episode of The Bachelor NZ.
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Dramatic video has emerged showing a Brazilian bus being swallowed by a sinkhole AAA and emerging in a nearby river.
Sports Minister Jonathan Coleman has led Parliament's praise of the Black Caps, introducing a motion congratulating the team on making the World Cup final.
Ten fire crews were called to the blaze at Wharepapa Outdoor Centre, which is next door to a primary school.
The BBC is dropping one of its most popular presenters, Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson, after he verbally and physically attacked a producer.
Pop star Zayn Malik has quit One Direction, six days after walking out on the British boy band's tour of Asia due to stress.
French investigators say they have extracted "usable data" from the first black box recovered from the Airbus that crashed in the French Alps.
Moves by the NRL to significantly reduce the number of interchanges have been welcomed as a boon for playmakers
Australia and India are both expected to name an unchanged XI for their World Cup semi-final, with Michael Clarke embracing the pressure-laden occasion.
A rock climbing centre south of Hamilton has gone up in smoke tonight, with flames threatening nearby buildings.
Rescuers have resumed searching for the remains of 150 people killed when a Germanwings Airbus slammed into the side of a mountain in the French Alps.
John Campbell spoke to Grant Elliott about explaining cricket to his four-year-old boy and "bricking himself" before the famous six.
Campbell Live went to gather messages to send to the Black Caps from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Twelve-year-old Corban Dickson is the latest recipient of the Wish For a Smile programme.
The Volvo Ocean Race fleet has survived a wild night in the Southern Ocean.
Last night's cricket heroes still aren't due to come back down to earth for another hour-and-a-half.
Ryan Hoffman's impact at the Warriors has been immediate - his Storm, State of Origin and Test experience already showing its worth this season.
Grant Elliott's finishing flourish to win New Zealand's semi-final match against South Africa last night impressed former Black Cap Jesse Ryder.
John Key has met with his Japanese counterpart in Tokyo, where they spent much of their time discussing how to deal with Islamic State (IS) militants' kidnappings and ransom demands.
Police have confirmed car parts discovered along rugged coastline in the Catlins belong to the vehicle owned by missing Queenstown man John Beckenridge, who disappeared with his stepson 12 days ago.
The latest 3 News-Reid Research poll shows Winston Peters is ahead in the race for Northland.
Fonterra's six-month profit is down 16 percent, and it's going to mean some farmers will be struggling to break even this year.
An update on the markets for March 25, 2015.
The recovery mission for the bodies of 150 people on board an Airbus A320 is entering its second day in the French Alps.
League Fix host Sam Ackerman is at the Auckland War Memorial Museum as the Warriors unveil their AAATe MaumaharatangaAAA commemorative Anzac jersey.
Veteran spinner Daniel Vettori is aware that Sunday's Cricket World Cup final will probably be his last for New Zealand.
Labour is accusing the Government of a policy "flip-flop" on its planned sale of state houses to social housing providers.
There were 'waves' of emotion yesterday, as a baby hippo was born at San Diego Zoo, after weeks of eager anticipation.
Shot in New Zealand, this western thriller stars Michael Fassbender and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment when gunmen opened fire inside a museum in Tunisia, killing 21 people.
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If you thought watching the Black Caps semi-final in person or on television was stressful, spare a thought for the Crusaders.
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