The Crusaders have had a wander around Sydney's ANZ Stadium, the venue for their Super Rugby final against the Waratahs tomorrow.
New Phoenix star Alex Rodriguez spent his 21st birthday today lapping up the praise of coach Ernie Merrick.
Despite Eric Bana's heavyweight CV there is something missing - he has never shot a film in New Zealand.
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick is satisfied with the squad depth and competition he is building at the club.
One of Trevor Hall's victims says it was "satisfying" to see him in the dock, but it was "pretty damn hard" to come forward.
A Chinese court has begun hearing a case that is without precedent in that country.
Lorde will have the first single in the newest Hunger Games movie album - and she'll curate the soundtrack.
Lianne Dalziel says a Christchurch asset sell-off would protect ratepayers from a rates hike of up to 20 percent.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to begin a 72-hour ceasefire, alongside a diplomatic push for a more durable end to bloodshed.
A subsidiary of Chinese company Shanghai Pengxin has confirmed it wants to buy Lochinver Station near Taupo.
German giants Bayern Munich got their pre-season off to a winning start with a 1-0 friendly win over Chivas Guadalajara.
The Warriors have confirmed halfback Shaun Johnson will miss this weekend's clash against the Canberra Raiders.
Kate Rodger talks The Dark Horse, how 2014 is a great year for Kiwi film and Deliver Us from Evil.
John Banks will appeal after receiving a sentence of community service and community detention for falsely declaring electoral donations.
Christchurch City Council is considering a $400 million sell-off of its capital assets as it deals with crushing financial losses.
Explosions rang out near the crash site of downed flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine as international investigators arrived.
Ashlee Tulloch presents all the action from the Kiwis on day eight of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Save the Children is calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, condemning Israel's targeting of schools and hospitals.
Women and their babies are gathering together at 130 venues throughout the country to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week.
Antoine Griezmann hopes to learn from his new teammates at Atletico Madrid as the Frenchman was unveiled as the Spanish champion's new signing.
It has been an interesting week in politics, from electorate challenges to party deals, and the Govt's takeover of Novopay.
A look at how the Super Rugby final shapes up.
Like many across the country, Dry July participant Rita Hanna knows the toll cancer can take on a family.
The New Zealand dollar weakened as US labour market data strengthened the greenback.
Lego has become the latest target of Greenpeace protesters due to the toy company's relationship with oil giant Shell.
The deaths of 57 more people from Ebola in west Africa have pushed the fatality toll to 729.
Pacific leaders warn that entire island nations will disappear under the waves unless action is taken to address climate change.
There's a new Rob Ford video out - he's not smoking crack cocaine in this one, but he's definitely still getting a buzz.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu will not accept any ceasefire that does not allow the destruction of tunnels used by militants.
David Bishop has won New Zealand's first gymnastics medal at the Commonwealth Games in 16 years, bagging bronze in the men's floor apparatus final.
Plans for a new underground station at Newton have been scrapped, and the council says it won't need any more electric trains - for now.
Valerie Adams will push her sore body four more times before calling time on a dominant yet difficult 2014.
New Zealand road cyclist Linda Villumsen has won a gold medal at a major time trial after a blistering finish at the Commonwealth Games.
The National Business Review Rich List was announced today with 13 newcomers adding $1.5 billion to the list.
The insulation method is in thousands of New Zealand homes, and it's being sold with no warnings that it can kill.
New Zealand racing cyclist Aaron Gate's Nana shares another recipe with Campbell Live - her gigantic monster chocolate cake.
With added luxuries of pampering weekends and aerobics sessions at Auckland Region Women's Corrections Facility, is it too good?
A mother was horrified to hear her daughters' wrists had been measured for microchipped wrist bands at their primary school.
The US confirmed it had restocked Israel's supplies hours after strongly condemning an attack on a UN school in Gaza.
Wyatt Crockett is looking at a whole season in the number one All Blacks jersey following Tony Woodcock's injury announcement.
Valerie Adams says to not only win gold, but to also claim New Zealand's 600th Games medal, was "pretty amazing".
The Christchurch High Court has heard how a teen was considered a brother by the woman he murdered.
The Government hopes changes to the legal limit will reduce the number of crashes in NZ that involve drugs or alcohol.
At first firefighters wondered whether the orange glow which greeted them when they arrived at the Auckland film studios was a special effect.
The FBI sent its deputy general to New Zealand today for a meeting at the Beehive - most likely to discuss Kim Dotcom's extradition.
Executive director of the Marine Industry Assoc says water should be treated the same as road and have the same rules nationwide.
Sam Ackerman and Jerome Ropati present The League Fix from Warriors training at Mt Smart.
Kate Rodger's full, uncut interview with Deliver Us from Evil star Eric Bana.
Liverpool has beaten Manchester City 3-1 on penalties after playing out a 2-2 draw in the International Champions Cup at Yankee Stadium.
Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson looks unlikely to play against the Raiders this weekend, after limping off the field at training.
Kate Rodger's full interview with The Dark Horse filmmakers James Napier Robertson and Tom Hern.
Ashlee Tulloch presents all the action from the Kiwis on day seven of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Robotic cars controlled entirely by sensors and cameras could be driving along Britain's roads next year.
The famous Victorian pier in the English seaside town of Eastbourne has been engulfed in flames.
A massive blow to the All Blacks engine room with prop Tony Woodcock set to be ruled out for the rest of the year with a shoulder problem.
A Canterbury teenager has been jailed for stabbing Sina Solomona to death in Ashburton two years ago.
Video has emerged of two women surviving being run over by a train on 25m-high tracks.
Australian police have issued arrest warrants for two Australian Islamic extremists who've boasted about beheading soldiers in Iraq.
The Canterbury rebuild will be the focus of attention at today's DesignEX event in Christchurch.
Jacques Kallis announced that he has retired from all forms of international cricket.