Dan Carter returned to first-five at Crusaders training today, but not because of the World Cup-ending knee injury to Aaron Cruden.
The Wellington Phoenix effectively begin their playoff campaign this week when they clash with Sydney FC.
Baseball New Zealand is sending out the call for any talented Kiwis ahead of the next World Baseball Classic in 2017.
In the fourth instalment of our Great War stories, we look at Ettie Rout AAA a pioneering health educator who promoted safe sex for soldiers.
Australian police were tipped off by British police after the arrest of a 14-year-old boy, which led to anti-terror raids across Melbourne.
The end of World War I saw the death of the Ottoman Empire and the birth of Turkey AAA and it wasn't just Turkish soldiers the Anzacs faced in Gallipoli.
In a New Zealand first, the fight to allow a Wellington lawyer to die on her terms has taken its first step in court today.
A 93-year old former Nazi death camp guard will go on trial in Germany tonight.
An update on the markets for April 21, 2015.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick says his team have a few surprises in store for Sydney FC as part of the New Zealand team's quest for a top-two ladder finish.
After speaking to survivors, the United Nations says the death toll from the Mediterranean migrant shipwreck off Libya is 800.
Chilling evidence has emerged from the night Dunedin father Edward Livingstone shot and killed his two young children.
Shots have been fired by Wellington Phoenix striker Nathan Burns ahead of their final game of the season against Sydney FC.
Following their elimination from The X Factor NZ, Mae Valley sit down with 3 News to discuss the show and their future.
Fears over Dan Carter's form have been greatly exaggerated, according to his former All Blacks team-mate Aaron Mauger.
Three people have been killed and many more rescued as torrential rain and high speed winds lash the Australian state.
A new video has been released for for Halo 5: Guardians, which shows Spartan Locke in action.
The Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya, killing hundreds of migrants, have been arrested.
A US mayor has promised to thoroughly investigate the death of an African American man who died after an arrest.
A group of Melbourne men arrested in counterterrorism raids allegedly plotted to run over and policeman and stab him to death on Anzac Day.
A group opposed to Ports of Auckland building extensions into Waitemata Harbour says Len Brown has let the city down in not doing more to stop it happening.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has pleaded guilty to threatening to kill and drugs charges.
The first ever international Segway polo championship has taken place in the United Kingdom.
The issue of shark cage diving will be thrashed out at a public meeting on Stewart Island tonight.
Prime Minister John Key's insistence that Auckland's housing market is not overvalued is drawing scathing criticism from Labour.
Cars will soon be banned from the summit of Auckland's Mt Eden, with disabled people and elderly allowed in through hi-tech gates.
A UK chess grandmaster has found himself in check after saying women don't really have the brains for the classic board game.
An investigation is being carried out after a stolen car crashed into a house in Auckland last night.
Police in the UK are holding a boy in relation to an alleged Australian Anzac Day terror plot.
The EU has unveiled a 10-point action plan to stem the tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean after the latest disastrous loss of life.
Somalia's al-Shabab Islamists have killed 7 people including four UN workers by setting off a huge bomb.
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd's trial for threatening to kill another person and possessing illicit drugs is set to start.
In some of the most testing conditions imaginable Cronulla have scored an upset 18-10 NRL win over South Sydney at Remondis Stadium.
Anzac biscuits have long been a favourite with New Zealanders, but the history of the patriotic treat has often been fictionalised.
A film that follows Roseanne Barr's short-lived bid to win the US presidency has opened in the US. So was it all just a big joke?
EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says the bloc has "no more excuses" and has demanded "immediate" action after 700 migrants drowned in the disaster in the Mediterranean.
Have your say in Campbell Live's poll: Should one of New ZealandAAAs finest batsmen be knighted?
This is my first time in Gallipoli, and it is an absolute privilege to be here.
Reports out of India suggest cricket's Twenty20 Champions League could be scrapped within days.
In the third instalment of our Great War stories, we look at a Canterbury family AAA the Harpers from Geraldine.
Sanford is moving ahead with plans to shut its Christchurch mussel factory and drop 232 jobs.
Emirates Team New Zealand have confirmed they are still trying to rescue plans for Auckland to host the opening rounds of the America's Cup qualifying series.
Aaron Cruden's hopes of playing at this year's Rugby World Cup are all but over after scans revealed a torn ACL.
An update on the markets for April 20, 2015.
Two families from different sides of the Tasman, united in grief and remembrance at a memorial dedication in Wellington today.
Driving to the top of Mt Eden to see the views of Auckland city could soon to be a thing of the past.
A Kiwi mother is still searching for signs her son is still alive after discovering he may have died while fighting for the Islamic State.
Turkish locals are invading Gallipoli ahead of Anzac Day before the peninsula is closed off to the public.
Who gets the No.10 jersey at the Rugby World Cup following the injury of Chiefs first five eighth Aaron Cruden?
Both John Key and Tony Abbott plan to use ANZAC commemorations to push for a clampdown on foreign fighters travelling through to join Islamic State.
Two people have been taken to North Shore Hospital after crashing their car into the side of a building on Auckland's North Shore.
Don't knock yourself out to see it, but it won't scar you for life if you do.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie believes the All Blacks depth will be tested in the future, given the amount of players leaving New Zealand to chase lucrative overseas contracts.
Super Rugby's expansion in 2016 has been cited by Hurricanes lock James Broadhurst as a reason to stay put.
A man has been charged with murdering a woman in her home in the south Auckland suburb of Papatoetoe.
As part of nationwide events marking the Anzac Day centenary, a light and sound show has been installed at the Pukeahu National War Memorial.
The 15 red sandstone columns stand opposite the National War Memorial carillon, and were funded by the Australian government at a cost of $5 million.
Tomorrow is the annual Boston Marathon, and the following day the man found guilty of bombing the race two years earlier will been sentenced.
KiwiRail is investigating reports a train ran a red light in Wellington this morning.
Americans are commemorating the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy that killed 168 people.