Christchurch has been hit hard by the tail-end of Cyclone Ita, which has ravaged the country for the past 24 hours.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made a poignant visit to one of the worst affected towns in last year's bushfires.
Family Planning national nurse advisor Rose Stewart is on a mission to educate people about the basics of anatomy.
It's been a short week, but a busy one in the news world, from the royals departing, to the Labour Party transport policy.
If this long Easter Weekend means entertaining children, you might be considering the new Lego Movie, but will it do the trick?
A clever promotional stunt was just too good to ignore at the Pukekohe Park Raceway.
When Vai Inga Tuigamala retired 12 years ago, he had a loving family and his health, but since then, he has almost lost all of that.
The Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Royal Randwick is the jewel in the crown of Sydney's rich championship carnival.
The storm today swept through the top of the North Island as dawn broke and caused major problems.
Campbell Live pose a question to New Zealand MPs: is time to decriminalise marijuana for personal use?
BikeNZ has announced the track cycling and triathlon teams that will head to Glasgow to compete in the Commonwealth Games later this year.
At 196cm tall and tipping the scales at 125kg, it's little wonder Nemani Nadolo's been likened to Jonah Lomu.
New Zealand is set to take a major step forward in the fight against corruption in sport - just in time for next year's Cricket World Cup.
Judith Collins has avoided media on seven occasions in Parliament this week.
Michael Edward Preston, the estranged husband of killed Wellington woman Mei Fan, has been charged with her murder.
A 52-year-old woman has been found dead at a house in rural North Otago, sparking a homicide inquiry.
A woman has escaped a conviction for shooting her husband, with the court recognising the stress she's been under since the death of her son.
There is evidence that many passengers on the sinking SKorean ferry were denied a proper chance to escape.
High winds and high tide meant high drama on Auckland's Tamaki Drive this morning.
Firefighters in Cobden went from being run off their feet to blown off them as 140 km/h winds wreaked havoc on the region.
Genesis Energy's share price leapt 17 percent in the opening minutes of trading.
Violent winds are pushing the fire service to its limit on the West Coast.
Despite a dangerous high tide and severe weather wreaking havoc in Auckland, a person has been spotted walking along Tamaki Dr.
A new review into the 2010 Fox Glacier plane crash will call on outside skills and expertise.
Warriors utility Ben Henry will make his return to first grade action this weekend after being named on the bench for the clash with the Dragons on Saturday.
They may have left NA, but there is no escaping the royals and their tour because they simply made a short trip across the ditch.
Charlie Gubb talks to The League Fix about his Selection for the Warriors this weekend.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower takes a look at the week in politics a Oravida, drone strikes and David Cunliffe.
Warriors fullback Sam Tomkins talks to the League Fix about the pressure to perform this weekend.
A preview of all the round 7 fixtures in the NRL.
3 News iWitness Paul filmed cars slowly making their way along the waterfront.
Stalls, big rides and farm animals have all been moved into Auckland city for the Easter Show, which is free to enter this year.
Firstline's Sacha McNeil travels to the Ha'apai islands to see how locals are getting on, three months after Cyclone Ian.
William, Kate and Prince George emerged onto the tarmac in Sydney to a welcome break from the NZ rain.
A zoo in southwest China has installed a television to entertain a lonely panda.
A security analyst says if Muslim bin John was a member of al-Qaida, then he was a legitimate target.
Dan Carter admits he could not have climbed to the top of world rugby without Jonny Wilkinson's workaholic precedent.
The prosecution has derided a forensic expert hired by Oscar Pistorius, rubbishing his evidence.
Severe weather has the Fire Service and power crews working busily across the Auckland and Northland regions.
Grave fears are held for almost 300 passengers after a ferry carrying mostly high school students sank en route to a holiday island.
Ukrainian and pro-Russian forces have flexed their military muscles in the restive east of the country.
Bad weather has caused a mudslide in Wellington and power outages in Auckland.
A man has been charged with murdering Wellington woman Mei Fan five months ago.
Long-time David Bain supporter Joe Karam brought the case against two men after they made disparaging comments online.
It's been 10 days of Union Jacks, tiaras and small talk, but this will be the royal tour that goes down in history.
Kiwis might have felt sentimental about the royals while they were here, but was it enough to dismiss talk of a republic.
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission will be reviewing its investigation into the Fox Glacier crash in 2010.
There is a guy whose photographs have something pretty special that has captured our attention at 3rd Degree.
Samantha Hayes investigates the troubled waters of shark tourism, where fishermen and cage dive operators are at odds.
John Campbell spent this morning talking to the people who are buying synthetic cannabis and getting high, all before 10am.
30 years ago, a young Dunedin man started his job as a mailman, delivering letters in Dunedin North.
Ex-military aircrafts, which normally only race in the skies above Reno, Nevada, will be flying in New Zealand.
Chris Noakes played just two games in the past six weeks but he says he's ready to show again that he deserves his place in the Blues backline.
The Warriors have been accused of lacking fight at times this year, but there was no mistaking their aggressive attitude today.
A young paddleboarder has set an unofficial New Zealand record completing the 88km journey from Great Barrier Island to central Auckland.
Nearly a decade after being constructed, Mt Maunganui's $1.5 million artificial surf reef will be removed.
Judith Collins has been trying to avoid media since the story last night that Oravida was pleading with the Government for help.
A taonga gifted to a Ngapuhi chief in 1806 that was last night auctioned off in Sydney for more than $300,000 will finally return to New Zealand.
More 68,000 retail investors have been allocated shares in the Genesis share offer.
For years drivers have been relying on their smartphones to tell them where to go.