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.
Dairy prices have fallen to a 14-month low in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
South Korean coastguard vessels have been dispatched to rescue about 450 passengers from a sinking ferry.
As the rain poured and cameras flashed, the Duke and Duchess stole a sneaky cuddle.
The first New Zealand-born member of al-Qaida has been killed by the United States in a drone strike.
The plane carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George has arrived in Sydney for the start of their 10-day Australian visit.
Stand-in Warriors coach Andrew McFadden has dropped centre Konrad Hurrell from his line-up for Saturday's NRL match against St George Illawarra.
A man with dual New Zealand-Australian citizenship has been killed in a Predator drone strike in Yemen, Australian media reports.
The heavens opened just as the Duke and Duchess arrived to meet the youngest police recruits.
A new study has brought scientists a step closer to understanding how life survived the ice ages.
Tower Insurance has launched a new smartphone app that monitors individual driving performance.
It seems the diversification of Google knows no end. The tech giant has bought a company that makes solar-powered drones.
Dairy product prices extended their slide to a 14-month low in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
They say lightning never strikes twice in the same place - but that doesn't mean it can't strike the same person twice.
A lost baby seal has been discovered crying for its mother in a popular resort town in Sweden.
Labour says the National Party has obviously done polling on foreign home buyers and discovered most voters back a ban.
Despite reports yesterday, it appears rock band AC/DC is not calling it quits after all.
David Cunliffe denies Labour's plan to cut fees for trailers, caravans and motorhomes will force other motorists to pay more.
The chief prosecutor has insisted the Oscar Pistorius intentionally shot his girlfriend to death after they argued.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will finish their Kiwi tour the way they started - in the capital.
Liverpool stars have joined relatives of the 96 Hillsborough stadium disaster victims as the club marked the 25th anniversary.
"You have become the face of America's resolve," US Vice President Joe Biden told survivors.
Descendants of a Maori chief fear a historic and sacred medal will be lost forever after being sold at auction in Sydney.
The man charged with killing a Christchurch woman and attacking two tourists is due back before a judge.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says Ukraine is on the verge of civil war.
Heavily armed Boko Haram Islamists have abducted more than 100 girls from a secondary school in northeast Nigeria.
Criminal law specialist, Stewart Grieve QC on the strategy the prosecution is using in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial.
Paul Potts was working in a cell phone store in Wales when he decided to enter a British talent contest.
The cat cameras documented just one rat trespass, nine dogs, 27 hedgehogs and 610 cats.
Campbell Live heard from many viewers who have been struggling with a legal high addiction or have a family member who is.
Whilst the demolition of the termite house has begun, Mr Porteous and his team have also designed a new home for Tobi and Sarah.
Otago off-spinner Mark Craig and Wellington wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi are in line for Test debuts after being named in the Black Caps squad to tour the West Indies next month.
Kiwi-Samoan Bundee Aki admits the prospect of playing for Ireland is a little strange.
A 34-year-old man has denied a charge of arson in relation to the fire at a Wellington storage facility.
Plans for a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin have been sunk, with developers walking away after a three-year battle.
The controversial water storage scheme has been given the go ahead but must meet a number of conditions.
Thirteen people have contacted ACC with concerns about forms it was using to gather private information about claimants.
Pike River families have just been presented with a copy of a new DVD launched to promote safety in Australian and New Zealand mines.
John Key's endorsing ACT's Epsom candidate at a cocktail party, not a cup of tea as he had before the last election.
The Bluefin-21 returned automatically to the surface when it exceeded its operating depth.
The Government and the road freight industry have slammed Labour's proposed changes around truck lanes and trailer registration.
Finance Minister Bill English has used today's pre-Budget speech to drive home the message there will be no "spend-up".
3 News has learned Oravida made a formal request to the Government to work with its Chinese counterparts on border control issues.
Steps away from the Boston Marathon's finish line some of the items left behind at a makeshift memorial last year are on display.
Street artist Banksy appears to have struck again.
The North Pole Marathon kicked off with a temperature of -30A Degrees Celsius.