New Zealand coach Mike Hesson believes the right call was made in Australian batsman Mitch Marsh's contentious dismissal.
Detainees held by the Syrian government are dying on a massive scale, United Nations investigators say.
The glider pilot who fatally crashed on Saturday in north Otago has been named.
The tightknit community of Raglan is mourning the loss of one of their favourite sons.
Police are dealing with burglars as young as nine, with some young law-breakers hardened criminals by their early teens.
Tonga's armed forces have been called in to help the fight against the spread of the Zika virus.
Wellington's wind wand is back up and bending after a $12,000 repair job.
Steven Joyce's horror run has continued with the Prime Minister confusing him with Labour leader Andrew Little.
British superstar Elton John sings carpool karaoke with James Corden.
Former All Blacks loose forward Steven Luatua is ready for a bounce back year with the Blues, but faces some stiff competition.
The latest figures from Quotable Value on house prices are out today and AucklandAAAs red hot property market shows signs of cooling.
With workplace clothing becoming increasingly more relaxed we ask if we have taken casual workwear too far?
An 18-year-old Auckland teenager has spoken out after being confirmed as having the Zika virus.
15 people have drowned in NZ so far this year, Surf Life Saving CEO Matt Williams says swimmers need to understand the risks.
Andrew Taylor has vowed to eat nothing but potatoes for the entire year and a month into it he has lost 10kg.
A Givealittle page has been set up for Westland High School after a fire yesterday severely damaged parts of the school.
Music reviewer Charlotte Ryan gave us the word on whatAAAs hot in the music industry this week, including a new Beyonce single and tour news from Prince.
New Zealand won't be playing tit for tat with the British government after the announcement of a new health charge that'll soon be imposed on Kiwis living in the UK.
The UN Security Council has vowed to impose new sanctions on North KoreaAAAs after it launched a long range rocket.
This morning in Auckland, Neil attempted to name common items found in a stationary cupboard in 10 seconds.
The tech sector is the latest to feel the effects of the global selloff in stocks, market darlings like Facebook and Alphabet (the owner of Google) are being dumped.
After Prime Minister John Key's no-show at Waitangi, there are renewed calls to shift the traditional welcome of political leaders to the upper marae on the Treaty Grounds.
The tech sector is the latest to feel the effects of the global sell-off in stocks.
The woman who threw a sex toy at Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce has says she did what she did to "gain awareness about the atrocity that is the TPP".
One of the two men who interrupted Newshub reporter Kim Vinnell's live cross from Laneway has apologised.
Kiwi rally driver Hayden Paddon is hoping for another top-five finish when he tackles the high speed snow and ice of Rally Sweden.
Brendon McCullum is departing one-day cricket on a high after leading New Zealand to a series win over Australia.
A leopard has been tranquilized after it entered a school in India, attacking several people.
A tragic day in New Zealand waters has lifeguards urging swimmers to take more care in the water.
The Black Caps have claimed a monumental 55-run win against Australia in the final ODI in Hamilton, and retained the Chappell-Hadlee series in the process.
Unless your head has been in the sand, you have probably heard about the fundraising drive to buy an Abel Tasman beach.
Auckland's Bethell's beach is beautiful, remote and has had its fair share of rescues but it's nothing compared to what the Bethells' lifeguards will soon experience on the Mediterranean Coast.
A group of Kiwi explorers are embarking on a remarkable journey to find what could be the longest cave in the Southern Hemisphere.
Former world junior shotput champion Jacko Gill has been the star performer at the aptly named 'Big Shot' meeting in Christchurch this afternoon.
There was to be no maiden NRL Auckland Nines title for the Warriors, who were unable to catch the Eels in last night's final, but it could have been a lot worse.
The New Zealand Navy marked its 75th birthday in style today, with demonstrations and gun salutes in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf.
An Australian woman kidnapped three weeks ago by al-Qaida terrorists in West Africa is tonight free, but her surgeon husband remains a captive.
The glider pilot who died in a crash in north Otago was reasonably experienced and in a relatively new glider.
A four-metre-high fence at the centre of a neighbourhood dispute in the Wellington suburb of Roseneath has now been taken down following a court order.
Fire crews are making steady progress as they continue to battle a blaze at Westland High School in Hokitika on the West Coast.
Paramedics have been unable to revive a young man who drowned after jumping off Raglan bridge.
Seven people are now confirmed as having the virus, but health authorities say there are a further 542 suspected cases.
Every year Super Bowl advertisements are fervently watched by millions of people, and each year they get almost as much attention as the game itself.
The Black Caps have limped to 246 in their series deciding ODI against Australia after a blistering start at Seddon Park in Hamilton.
If this was the final game of his magnificent career, what a Super way to go out for Peyton Manning.
The Denver Broncos have claimed their third Super Bowl with a 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers at Levi Stadium in California.
Brendon McCullum has been given a guard of honour by Australia in his final One Day International for New Zealand.
The Black Caps have been dealt a late blow ahead of the series-deciding ODI against Australia at Seddon Park in Hamilton with Trent Boult ruled out of the game.
NBA MVP Stephen Curry was on hand for the Carolina Panthers ahead of Super Bowl 50, playing his part as cheerleader.
Six Nations champions Ireland have kicked off their defence with a 16-16 draw with Wales at Landsdowne Road in Dublin.
A group of scientists helped by 14 young students has landed on the Auckland Islands after a four-day voyage from Auckland on the HMNZS Otago.
A pedestrian is recovering in hospital with serious head injuries, after being hit by a car in Auckland this morning.
It wouldn't be Super Sport Sunday if we didn't have the top sporting moments from the week that was.
Cowboys captain Johnathan Thurston sat out the Nines this year, with coach Paul Green choosing to rest his star playmaker.
The action sports event Farm Jam has again drawn large crowds in Southland, with an elite field of riders displaying their full array of skills.
The annual Waitangi Day Pub Crawl sees thousands of New Zealanders swarm London en mass, and yes, the drinking starts early.
New Zealand's own rocket boy has wowed the crowds once again, breaking his own record that he set last year.
A body has been found inside a burnt-out car north of Blenheim.
The search is on for a missing glider from Omarama, a small town in the Waitaki District, in Otago.
New Zealand has added its voice to those condemning the launch of a long-range ballistic missile by North Korea.