Campbell Live experimented to see if the public can really taste the difference in chocolate milk brands.
Hope is on the horizon for young cancer patients with a unique and fantastic charity that is just what New Zealand needs.
Richard Dean Anderson in Auckland for this long weekendAAAs Armageddon Pop Culture Expo.
Taranaki will host its first ever provincial rugby final when they take on Tasman on Saturday night.
An Eketahuna grandmother is taking on the authorities over her right to make and sell old fashioned farmyard cheese.
The 64-year-old starred on shows like General Hospital - but it was MacGyver where he hit it big and it's MacGyver he still loves.
A Chinese woman has been sentenced to 300 hours' community work on a rare charge of importing rare and threatened plants.
Rugby bound Englishman Sam Burgess has been crowned the International League Player of the Year.
An update on the markets for October 23, 2014.
Australian swimmer Chloe McCardel has successfully completed a 78-mile (126-kilometer) swim between two islands in the Bahamas.
Top-order batsman Kane Williamson will sit out the rest of New Zealand's one-day cricket series against South Africa.
A family-owned construction company and SkyCity has stepped in to save Auckland's infamous giant Santa.
As Northland faces its latest high-profile sex case, 3 News can reveal the alleged offender had been working for Hone Harawira and paid by the taxpayer.
Around 200 people have gathered to protest the West Coast Regional Council's $500,000 investment in a 1080 pellet factory.
Bears are causing a bit of a headache for residents, as drought has forced them into urban areas to look for food.
Inflation is now running at an annual rate of just 1 percent, and some banks are even cutting their fixed lending rates.
Part of the powhiri and interviews with Toa Fraser, James Rolleston and Xavier Horan at the NZ premiere of The Dead Lands.
Video has emerged of a rare white kiwi and a North Island brown kiwi "interacting" at a wildlife centre near Wellington.
The first trailer for Avengers 2: Age of Ultron showcases new villain Ultron as well as the Iron Man Hulkbuster suit.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has grilled Prime Minister John Key over his "BFF" status with Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater.
The gunman who killed a soldier and attempted to storm Canada's parliament before being killed was on a terror watch list as a "high risk" suspect.
A footpath fight between superhero impersonators in Los Angeles has been caught on camera.
Motorists will be fined for exceeding speed limits this Labour Weekend, police say.
Microsoft has released a trailer for Halo: Nightfall and announced HaloFest 2014, a celebration of the Halo franchise.
Joel Little has graciously accepted the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards for Best Producer and Best Engineer with video messages.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has criticized Mario Balotelli for swapping shirts with Real Madrid defender Pepe at halftime.
Child retrieval expert Keith Schafferius says most child abductions are carried out by parents, usually as the result of a marriage break-up.
Australia correspondent Tom McRae takes a look at the big news from Australia this week - Gough Whitlam, the 'Ginger Jihadi' and the Wallabies' new coach.
Lake South says his nomination for a VNZMA award means he'll have to practise a bit more and write some new songs.
Twenty young Kiwis were recognised at the Foundation for Youth Development's (FYD) excellence awards last night, including Simon Poole.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower says Labour's leadership battle is a two-horse race between Grant Robertson and Andrew Little.
Last-gasp Arsenal has pipped Anderlecht 2-1 with two goals in the final three minutes of the Champions League tie.
Real Madrid have cruised to a 3-0 win over Liverpool in the Champions League at Anfield.
Air New Zealand has unveiled the last of its big-budget Hobbit-themed inflight safety videos.
In Tech Bytes this week we meet some of the country's brightest young minds, check out the world's first connected carry-on and find out how to do the donut selfie.
Video released by the Globe and Mail newspaper shows the moment a gunman opened fire inside Canada's parliament building in Ottawa.
Failing to prosecute Shell Todd for drilling illegal wells would send a message that the Government doesn't take environmental protection seriously, says Russel Norman.
A new report shows New Zealand's tech exports have increased by 62 percent over the last decade.
Kiwis assistant coach David Kidwell believes international rugby league has changed since he last donned a New Zealand jersey as a player in 2009.
In a recent poll in the US, nearly half of all respondents admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel at one time or another.
A barrage of shots rang out in Canada's parliament as police squads swarmed in to hunt a gunman who shot a soldier guarding a nearby war memorial then ran inside.
Last Chance Cafe is the Hobson Street Theatre Company's latest work. But its actors aren't professionals - most have been referred through the City Missions homeless and addiction services.
For the past four years Hum Salon has been the centre of a community project to restore the once-grand villa from its near-derelict state.
Patrick Gower went along to the first Labour leader showdown where hordes of dedicated followers packed the Wellington Girls' College hall.
Auckland's infamous giant Santa will not be erected in the city this Christmas after a review of Heart of the City's budget.
Barack Obama got more than he bargained for when he decided to vote early in Chicago's mid-term elections.
At Strange & Co Bar in Christchurch, Adrian attempts to name nine infectious diseases, in 10 seconds.
Labour's leadership contenders are about to start challenging for votes from party members.
A couple of weeks ago, 3rd Degree tracked down conman Richard Benefield AAA the man with more than 180 convictions for dishonesty.
In the next two to four weeks, John Key is going to tell New Zealanders what part New Zealand will be playing in the fight against terror in Iraq.
British artist Simon Beck spent nearly six hours on the sand at Maukatia Bay, raking out a rosette the size of a football field.
John Campbell spoke to the Grand Designs host this afternoon about rebuilding Christchurch, improving Auckland, and what is really means to be "grand".
Starring James Rolleston and Lawrence Makoare - the epic story portrays tribal warfare before any sign of Europeans in New Zealand.
Less than 24 hours after his boyhood dreams came true, teen sensation Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has seen his Test debut ripped away from him.
Four months ago, landscape gardener Brent Knight promised the entire country that he would repay every single client every cent he owed them.
James Neesham has done his New Zealand opening batting prospects no harm with a fleeting but bright knock against South Africa.
Manawatu stalwart Rob Foreman will play his 100th game for the Turbos in Friday's ITM Cup Championship final against Hawke's Bay.
On screen he's the world's most famous spy AAA an expert at evading capture AAA but off screen, he's proved an easy catch.
The crew of an Air Force Orion has returned home after helping seize around $280 million worth of hashish off the coast of Somalia.
An update on the markets for October 22, 2014.