Former world number ones Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki have been the stars on day seven of the US Open in New York.
Newly crowned world champion Emma Twigg has put Olympic aspirations on the line by announcing she will take a year off from rowing.
Next week will be 'Mad Monday' if the Warriors fail to win their final regular season match against Penrith.
The All Blacks have never lost to Argentina, but admit it might not be long before they do.
Georgina Beyer has come out swinging at her party's so called visionary Kim Dotcom.
An update on the markets for September 1, 2014.
The former head of the Serious Fraud Office believes the head of Hanover Finance may have been behind a smear campaign against him.
Today's shooting at a Work and Income office in Ashburton is not the first attack at a government department office.
IT company Datacom says New Zealand needs more young engineers.
The Maritime Union is criticising the Govt for taking too long to sign a convention it says would protect seafarers.
John Key held a press conference this afternoon, discussing the fatal shootings in Ashburton and the inquiry into former Justice Minister Judith Collins.
A severe weather warning is in place for Coromandel, and rain is expected to move south this evening.
Microsoft has revealed more about its upcoming live-action series Halo: Nightfall, including a first look trailer.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits Yaya Sanogo is struggling in front of goal, but refused to delve into the transfer market for a new striker.
More than 90 aftershocks have continued to rattle California's Napa Valley since a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the region a week ago.
Former SFO head Adam Feeley says it would be "naive" to think the boss of a multimillion-dollar company under scrutiny wouldn't try disrupt an investigation.
4-4-2 is 3news.co.nz's online exclusive football show, with four issues debated in four minutes, by two idiots.
Former National Party president Michelle Boag says many of the party's supporters wanted Ms Collins to step down earlier.
Neighbourly provides a way to connect residents, helping people find a local babysitter or someone to mow the lawns.
NASA says a decision is imminent on which company will build the next generation of vehicles for sending astronauts into space.
Around 60 prisoners in Canterbury are helping repair red-zoned homes, and learning vital skills along the way.
Fourteen women from all over the Pacific are seeking to change men's violent ways via theatre.
Iceland has raised its aviation alert over its largest volcano to the highest level of red after a new eruption nearby.
New Zealander Jonelle Price has come close to an eventing medal at the World Equestrian Games in France, finishing fourth on Classic Moet.
Steven Joyce says there seem to be two election campaigns running: one that's sitting on the front pages of the newspapers, and the real one.
Aston Villa won 2-1 at home to Hull City in this morning's (NZT) English Premier Leageu fixtures but Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw at Leicester City.
Caroline Wozniacki sent Maria Sharapova packing at the US Open, reaching the quarter-finals with a 6-4 2-6 6-2 win.
Brendan Rodgers says Mario Balotelli has already shown signs of a new-found maturity as the Italian made his Liverpool debut in a 3-0 win at Spurs.
The Tall Blacks have suffered a second successive defeat at the basketball World Cup, going down to the Dominican Republic 76-63.
Runaway world championship leader Marc Marquez has made it 11 wins from 12 races this season as he won the British MotoGP at Silverstone.
Labour is promising to set up a public broadcasting service TV station, likely to be within Radio NZ.
Golds for Emma Twigg and the combination of Zoe Stevenson and Fiona Burke have completed New Zealand's most successful world rowing championships.
Liverpool have reasserted their title credentials with a breezy 3-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur as Mario Balotelli made his return the EPL.
Four of New Zealand's six eventers failed to finish a gruelling cross country course at the World Equestrian Games, ending their team hopes.
NZ doubled their gold medal haul to four at the rowing world championships in the Netherlands.
New Zealand squandered a healthy lead over the closing minutes to suffer a 76-73 loss to Turkey.
The Warriors have got themselves to the cusp of the NRL top-eight with a 42-0 thumping of the Gold Coast Titans in Auckland.
It's 50 years since a road tunnel opened to link Lyttelton to Christchurch and walkers are being allowed a look to celebrate.
Tourists from around the world are heading there to sample the slopes, as well as the nightlife.
Trevor Mallard has been Hutt South's MP for 21 years, but changes to the boundaries there could end his political career.
Fur fans from Russia and China are helping to revive New Zealand's possum fur trade.
First it was Whale Oil then Cactus Kate AAA the names of two bloggers who seem to be playing starring roles in this election.
Professor Peter Soyer from the University of Queensland has just begun a world-first trial to harness smart phones to detect skin cancer.
The Prime Minister's staff have been subpoenaed, compelled to appear before his spy agency watchdog over allegations made in Nicky Hager's book.
Judith Collins went to ground today, amid speculation there's even more damning revelations to emerge.
Hawke's Bay is high on rugby fever. It has got its hands on the All Blacks plus the Ranfurly Shield in the space of 24 hours.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is warning climate change is the greatest threat to human health this century.
In the name of art and at a cost of $20,000, a man has buried 30 small gold bars on a British beach and triggered a modern-day gold rush.
Tall Blacks big man Casey Frank is preparing to put his body on the line when New Zealand open their World Cup basketball campaign against Turkey.
A Burmese beauty queen has run off with her tiara after being dethroned as Miss Asia Pacific World.
A single email has exploded and blown National's election campaign off the road. It blew up underneath Judith Collins and forced her resignation.
The resignation of Judith Collins has spun the election campaign into chaos.
The last, last warnings are gone and Judith Collins is too.
Hawke's Bay skipper Brendon O'Connor scored a double as his side lifted the Ranfurly Shield beating Counties Manukau 27-21 in Pukekohe.
Judith Collins has quit as a minister, but she denies allegations she was trying to undermine the then director of the Serious Fraud Office in 2011.
Lucy Warhurst takes the pulse of Christchurch nearly four years after the first quake rattled the city.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on the week's news.
Under-fire senior cabinet minister Judith Collins has resigned her ministerial portfolios but will remain MP for Papakura.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits he must deliver Champions League football to Old Trafford before he can turn his attention to winning silverware.
Brisbane have overcome a perplexing refereeing decision to defeat St George Illawarra 30-22 in Friday night's crucial NRL clash.