Despite its disappointing stock market performance, the company has delivered strong financial results.
Switzerland will soon have to be more open about the bank details of foreigners after the European Commission changes its rules.
A spokesperson has confirmed today tourists will be able to stay in the terminal again from Wednesday a with some conditions.
One year ago Facebook launched its IPO. Now a year later the stock is down 30 percent.
Hundreds of New Zealand soldiers who died at the Battle of Crete will be honoured at a service to mark the battle's 72nd anniversary.
Tornadoes in a powerful storm system in the Plains and upper Midwest have damaged homes and buildings near Oklahoma City.
A nurse and two patients challenging a DHB ban on smoking in acute mental health units say it is a matter of "human dignity".
All 350 passengers on board a commuter train that derailed en route to central Wellington this morning have been evacuated.
A crew of international astronauts are sent on a private mission to Jupiter's fourth moon.
Pakistan is holding a repeat election in an upmarket area of the southern city of Karachi that was plagued with allegations of vote-rigging.
A visiting researcher says New Zealand needs to do more to help children in schools with behavioural issues.
Cadbury is changing the shape and the size of its Dairy Milk chocolate - for the better, the company says.
Stan Walker says shows like The X Factor NZ help young Maori by encouraging them to get over the "shame buzz".
Google's share price hit new highs last week after the company's annual developer event.
There's still no word from the Government on when stalled shipments of meat will be cleared to enter China.
Bob Parker says there's a $600 million gap between what his city is prepared to spend on new projects and what the Govt wants.
Investor confidence has jumped to a two-year high thanks to buoyant property and share markets.
Newcastle have put the brakes on their recent slump in form with a first NRL win in three games, scoring seven tries to see off Canterbury 44-8 at Hunter Stadium on Sunday.
England finally put New Zealand in its place by defeating the Kiwis by 170 runs with more than a day to spare in the first test at Lord's.
Arsenal qualified for the Champions League for the 16th straight season after edging Tottenham to fourth place in the Premier League, as Alex Ferguson bowed out as Manchester United manager with a 5-5 draw against West Bromwich Albion.
David Beckham hugged his teammates with tears in his eyes, then walked off the pitch to a standing ovation - for the last time in front of a home crowd at a football game.
The first of two All Black training camps is underway in Mount Maunganui.
The opening of an international racetrack in Cromwell has helped resurrect a driving competition that was last run in the '70s.
GlaxoSmithKline has joined forces with aid agency Save the Children to provide a chemical used in mouthwash to disinfect the bellybuttons of newborn babies.
A 15-year-old school student has developed a new test that could detect cancerous tumours before they become too advanced to treat.
Fresh from the heaviest defeat in their history, the Warriors believe they are capable of producing a stunning upset of Newcastle next week.
Cronulla surged back into the NRL top eight on Sunday with a tense 30-20 victory over a fast-finishing Canberra.
By early next year, Google will have released Google Glass.
Tourists in Christchurch are being kicked out of the international airport and some are sleeping rough while they wait for early morning connections.
Kiwifruit giant Zespri has been fingered in a scandal which has seen its Chinese agent jailed for avoiding paying duties.
Calls are growing for the Auckland Council to rethink its plans for more intensive housing.
A man is dead and a woman is critically injured after an incident involving a firearm and a 38-year-old man has turned himself into police.
Now police in one city have reported dramatic results, slashing the number of burgled homes by two-thirds in just two months.
Auckland City beat Waitakere United 2-1 at Mt Smart Stadium 2 in Auckland to win the O-League title in the competitions first ever all-New Zealand team final.
New Zealand clinched the inaugural women's sevens world series rugby title in style, downing Canada 33-24 to win the season-ending tournament in Amsterdam.
Atletico Madrid had endured a miserable 14-year wait for victory over local rivals Real, but that run came to a dramatic end.
With a free week on the 2013 Formula One calendar, Felipe Massa spent a day meeting his Polish fans in Warsaw.
The Queensland Reds have missed a prime chance to jump to the top of the Australian conference with a 27-13 Super Rugby loss to the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.
NSW halfback Mitchell Pearce kept the Sydney Roosters in touch with NRL leaders South Sydney, engineering a 12-8 win over North Queensland on Saturday in Townsville.
Jonny Wilkinson delivered another brilliant display of goalkicking to guide Toulon to its first European Cup title, booting 11 points in a 16-15 victory over Clermont-Auvergne in an all-French final in Dublin.
The Bulls charged past the Highlanders 35-18 in Super Rugby to retain control of the South African conference and move second overall as Springboks Pierre Spies and Morne Steyn reached milestones.
Berrick Barnes has led the NSW Waratahs to a priceless 28-22 victory over Super Rugby frontrunners the Brumbies on a night of carnage for Wallabies hopefuls at ANZ Stadium.
The Warriors' NRL season is in freefall following an astonishing 62-6 record-breaking loss.
After two days of being oppressed by New Zealand, England broke the stranglehold in impressive style to take charge halfway through the first test at Lord's.
The Crusaders have beaten the Blues 23-3 in a classic Super Rugby grudge match at AMI Stadium in Christchurch.
Fullback Josh Dugan has played a starring role in his return to the NRL for St George Illawarra, scoring two tries in the Dragons' 32-12 win over Parramatta in Wollongong.
New Zealand free skiier Rose Battersby still has aspirations of competing at next year's winter Olympics in Russia, despite breaking her back in January.
Emma Gilmour will debut her locally built Suzuki Swift.
Daniel Rutledge reviews Snitch, the latest Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson movie.
A series of scandals is threatening to derail US president Barack Obama's second term.
Wellington company Xero has scooped the top prize at the annual Hi-Tech Awards.
Video highlights, live stream commentary, live updates as they happen and minute-by-minute, and all the action as the Crusaders host the Blues at AMI Stadium in Christchurch for the 2013 Super Rugby season.
Eventing legend Sir Mark Todd was one of a number of sports stars who have been honoured at Buckingham Palace.
The United States' Obama administration denounced Russia on Friday for providing Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime with anti-ship missiles.
It's being described as one of the most exciting developments in in-vitro fertilisation treatment in decades.
The head of one of our biggest banks wants the Government to revamp the tax laws to curb the property market.
A big second quarter has carried the Southern Steel to a 65-58 upset over defending champions the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic and into the top four of the trans-Tasman netball league.
Parliament has passed amendments to the Crown Minerals Amendment Act which restrict anti-mining protests.
A Work and Income employee has emailed the private details of 34 beneficiaries to another claimant by mistake.
We, the taxpayers, also paid for parliamentarians to debate the appropriateness of the clothing one politician was wearing in the house.