Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Real Madrid take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Rebecca Wright took to the streets to ask real people what they thought about when does a bottom become offensive?
Tim Fitzhigham is in New Zealand for the annual NZ International Comedy Festival.
Melanie Reid reveals how the ACC has been using your private information.
Guyon Espiner meets the environmentalist who deliberately set fire to an island lodge, risking 14 years in jail.
Paula Penfold tests the theory that eating fat can help make you thin.
Shane Jones spoke with Political Editor Patrick Gower about why he is leaving Parliament.
The Easter weekend brought a heavy downpour, flooding houses in Flockton, Christchurch again.
It's not for lack of trying, but rather, a lack of knowledge - they've been told they have "unexplained infertility".
How much sugar did you consume over the Easter weekend? The World Health Organisation has released new recommendations.
Sonny Bill Williams and Benji Marshall won't feature when Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney names his team to take on Australia in the Anzac Day Test.
The AFL returns to Wellington this Friday night when Saint Kilda play Brisbane.
Benji Marshall says a lifetime of league was too tough to break, finally confirming today he's leaving the Blues.
Joseph Parker says Shannon Briggs should let his fists do the talking, rather than interrupting press conferences.
The Pentagon has unveiled a new humanoid robot - or 'robosapian' - named Atlas.
Wearable technology has been singled out as one of the hottest trends, but companies have failed to capitalise on interest.
A study of economic development on the East Coast has concluded the Gisborne to Napier rail line won't be reinstated.
One of the two charged with attacking Justin Marshall is Adam Kearns, the son of 'Black Widow' Helen Milner.
Beethoven Algar was a former All Black and soldier, who was also a camel-riding bodyguard for Lawrence of Arabia.
Pictures from Whataroa in south Westland have revealed unprecedented destruction to forests.
Fifty-five scientists from have convened in Queenstown for the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Horizon Scan conference.
Shane Jones has revealed he would have refused to work with the Greens in government.
Both the Duke and Duchess had tentative goes on DJ turntables at a community music centre.
The search for passengers still missing from SKorea's ferry disaster enters a second week at Jindo.
There was nearly a serious political outrage at Waitangi's lower marae today.
New Zealand Rugby and the Blues have agreed to release Benji Marshall from his Super Rugby contract.
The Blues may be cutting their links with Benji Marshall, but the ties haven't been snipped cleanly enough for anyone in the team to talk about it.
Nepalese guides on Mount Everest say they have decided to abandon this year's climbing season.
The latest moves underscore the severity of the crisis that has brought East-West relations to a perilous point.
The League fix catches up with Mike McRoberts to discuss the Benji Marshall saga, the Warriors, the Anzac Test and the obstruction rule.
Frank O'Farrell, who had a short tenure as manager of Manchester United in the early 1970s, gave his reaction to the sacking of David Moyes.
Jason Byrne says his new show will involve audience participation, including "playing people's testicles with xylophone sticks".
A meta-analysis of decades of research has 'proved' homeopathy doesn't work - but were too many studies left out of the review?
After coming under selling pressure on Easter Monday, the kiwi has edged up against the US dollar.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower takes a look at Shane Jones' departure, and what lies in store for Labour.
British newspapers are advertising for Jimmy Savile's victims to file claims within the next six weeks.
The US Anti-Doping Agency has banned Lance Armstrong's former sports director Johan Bruyneel from all sport for 10 years.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully denies Shane Jones' new role was created in order to derail Labour's election campaign.
A polar bear is on the loose in Auckland this morning, and it's delivering a strong message to New Zealanders.
Chelsea has held Atletico Madrid to a 0-0 at the Vicente Calderon Stadium in Madrid.
Syria has handed over 86.5 percent of its chemical weapons five days before a self-imposed deadline.
The confirmed death toll from South Korea's ferry disaster has risen sharply to more than 120.
The ancient heart of Australia welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and gave them a special gift - a moment of peace and solitude.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Atletico Madrid host Chelsea in the Champions League.
Man United have sacked manager David Moyes following a disastrous 10-month spell at the club and named veteran Ryan Giggs interim manager.
Labour Leader David Cunliffe tonight drove from Auckland to Waipu and back just to meet with Mr Jones and to discuss his decision.
Political commentator Chris Trotter discusses the impact Shane Jones decision may have on the Labour Party.
Paul wanted to take a walk down Her Majesty's memory lane by looking at some of her other royal portraits.
South Korea has released a video, with the aim of re-packaging classical music for the modern age.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne spoke to John Campbell on why help is so hard to find for addicts like Jesse.
Motorsport champion and road safety advocate Greg Murphy says the real problem is our driving culture.
Following his best-ever start to the V8 Supercar Championship, Fabian Coulthard arrives at Pukekohe as NZ's best bet for victory.
Police are seeking the whereabouts of a 23-year-old man in relation to a kidnapping incident last night.
The latest casualty from the deadly Khumbu Icefall avalanche is the Adventure Consultants expedition.
Manchester United are set to sack manager David Moyes after less than a season in charge, according to a string of newspaper reports.
"Losing such a heavily hyped and massively over paid player is a disaster, but there is more going wrong at the Blues than Marshall calling it quits."
Benji Marshall will have to leave Auckland if he wants a place in the NRL, with the Warriors confirming they're not interested.
Reports out of Japan are suggesting that former Wallabies and Crusaders coach Robbie Deans is set to jumpstart his coaching career in Japan.
Luke Brooks admits it would be strange playing against the man who showed him the ropes at Wests Tigers.
A dying mother, raising four adolescent boys in a two-bedroom state house, has made a tearful plea to the Government for help.