Carl Barron is one of Australia's most popular comedians, and he's getting ready to make Kiwi audiences laugh.
The Champions League match between Galatasaray and Juventus has been temporarily suspended due to heavy hail and snow in Istanbul.
Limit your exposure to the New Zealand share market - that's the message of JBWere investment strategist Bernard Doyle.
It's expected to pass, with few councillors opposed to introducing the living wage of $18.40 an hour for council staff.
United Future leader Peter Dunne says New Zealand should increase the number of refugees it accepts each year by a third.
While Japan's economy is showing modest signs of improvement, the country's share market has been a star performer.
4-4-2: Four issues, four minutes, two idiots, it's the online show about all things football.
A French businessman has been convicted of filling breast implants with industrial grade silicone.
John Mint says there will be a memorial service for Nelson Mandela this Sunday night at Rugby Park in Hamilton.
A pizza company has gone to new lengths with its customer service by delivering a pizza by bungy.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Manchester United play Shakhtar in the Champions League. VIDEO will be available as soon as the final whistle goes.
The current partner of the woman dubbed the 'Black Widow' is among a group of witnesses expected to be called today.
Barack Obama exhorted the world to embrace Mandela's universal message of peace and justice.
Top officials from some of Britain's leading sports have met with government ministers to discuss measures to tackle the growing problem of match-fixing.
Wiggins was honoured for services to cycling after winning seven Olympic medals and becoming the first Briton to win the Tour - the sport's biggest event.
The Dust Palace's final show of the year, Knock Knock, starts later this week at Auckland's Herald Theatre.
Joyous, singing South Africans gathered in the rain to honour Nelson Mandela at a massive memorial service in Johannesburg.
Lachlan Forsyth gives an introduction to the man known as the French Spiderman before he talks to Campbell Live.
Fran Copa is the fastest talking woman in the world. She can speak at 11 words per second.
Tonight Campbell Live looks at state houses in Christchurch and two very different takes on the same story.
Life jackets are being given out free to fishing boats planning to cross the treacherous West Coast river bars this tuna season.
Twenty-two photographic negatives, which have lain untouched in Antarctica for nearly 100 years, have been restored and shown for the first time.
Grant Dalton says Emirates Team New Zealand's future is looking positive and, importantly, he will be a part of it.
3 News has been leaked a report, which reveals there is a risk our Defence Force is not ready for deployment.
Watch 3 News sports reporter Greg Pearson's full interview with Grant Dalton.
Trust and confidence in police has taken a knock following a month of negative publicity, including police handling of the Roast Busters case.
The memorial service for Nelson Mandela is due to get underway in a few hours in Johannesburg.
The Registered Master Builders Federation says it's good the banks didn't wait to see the impacts of the new restrictions.
Two members of the public have contacted police after they saw someone believed to be missing Australian man Paul Arber in the Waikato River.
Reports a teacher at a West Auckland school has been stood down over complaints involving children.
Mana Party leader Hone Harawira says he will travel to South Africa to represent the anti-apartheid movement at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Gerry Brownlee was booted out of Parliament for calling Labour MP Phil Twyford a liar.
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup was disappointed in his side's ability to break through Hull City's backline in the sides 1-1 draw.
Accused husband-killer Helen Milner offered her son's girlfriend $5,000 to find a hitman, a court has heard.
New census data shows 463,000 people call themselves smokers compared to 598,000 people in the 2006 census.
Only 59 percent of parents believe they're getting enough support to teach their children about internet safety.
Today's South Africa is a far cry from that envisaged by Nelson Mandela.
The Ford Mustang is still galloping at 50.
It's being claimed the growing number of children sick with poverty-related illnesses proves the issue of child poverty is real.
The storm that coated parts of Texas in ice has struck with unexpected force on the East Coast of the United States.
Black Caps opener Peter Fulton isn't too worried at the greenish tinge showing on the Basin Reserve wicket for Wednesday's second Test against the West Indies in Wellington.
The latest addition to Hamilton Zoo has arrived with the birth of a zebra foal - and another is on its way.
A commuter train has hit a truck hauling gasoline in Indonesia's capital, killing five people.
Spending across the Paymark network, which processes three-quarters of all electronic transactions, is up 8.6 percent on last year.
Brian Fantana of the Anchorman films informs viewers about New Zealand in Ron Burgundy's Guide to the World.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, said that he attacked soldier Lee Rigby because he wanted to protest Britain's invasion of Muslim lands.
South Africa says Barack Obama and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will be among world leaders speaking at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela.
Jang Song Thaek's fall from grace, accompanied by allegations from corruption to womanizing and capped by his dramatic arrest, has no doubt spooked Pyongyang's elite.
Real Madrid's Portugal striker Ronaldo won the 2008 Ballon d'Or and has been tipped to win the award this time around.
Blackburn says striker D.J. Campbell is one of the six people arrested in English soccer's latest match-fixing investigation.
Peter Straker is in the country playing at Vector Arena's tuning fork on Wednesday.
The NZRL awards in Auckland threw up a few surprises, with Kieran Foran named the 2013 player of the year.
Fans from around the country joined the film's stars, as well as Wellington film-makers Taika Waititi and Gaylene Preston.
North Korea has acknowledged the purge of leader Kim Jong Un's influential uncle for alleged corruption.
Thailand's government has proposed new elections be held February 2, hours after the prime minister dissolved the lower house of parliament.
The garden-to-table programme is a return to old fashioned gardening lessons, but it's far from the days of boiled cabbage.
Campbell Live met with Richard Barker, the airport's general manager, commercial and retail, to discuss the cabbie's lot.
We've done a little but we need to do a lot more - that's a simplified summary of a special report from the Children's Commissioner into child poverty.
The Black Caps batsmen are pleased to see a greener pitch for Wednesday's second Test against the West Indies in Wellington.
The American energy expert whose work helped inspire the Labour-Green electricity policy says more reform is needed of our electricity markets.