Third seed and 2012 champion Andy Murray came back from two sets down to defeat tiring Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and make the US Open third round.
Glamour pacer Christen Me will have his first start of the new season in Christchurch tonight as he starts his build-up to the New Zealand Cup.
Five years after the earthquake which broke his jaw, eye socket, femur, ribs, shoulders and many other bones around his body, Canterbury man Simon Robinson looks like any other bloke.
The jury in the Luke Tipene murder trial has failed to reach a verdict, meaning Vincent Skeen will face a retrial.
As the world turns its focus to Europe and the refugees coming from Syria and north Africa, the refugee crisis in New Zealand's corner of the world continues.
Rod Petricevic will be released on Monday, having served half of his six-and-a-half-year sentence.
The Grand Gunyah Lodge in Christchurch is a 103-year-old earthquake survivor which has been completely restored inside and out.
Kaiapoi, just north of Christchurch, was one of the hardest-hit areas in the September 2010 earthquake.
Kiwi singer/songwriter Graham Brazier has died, a month after the 63-year-old suffered a heart attack.
The amazing story of a massively important American band, told in a highly entertaining way.
Danish tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has been dumped out of the US Open after a second-round loss.
Hello Sailer frontman Graham Brazier has been remembered by The Exponents singer Jordan Luck.
Around 150 people turned up at Parliament today to call on the Government to increase its refugee quota, which currently sits at 750.
Metal pioneers Black Sabbath are coming to Auckland and Dunedin next year as part of their The End tour.
Kiwi Paul Lasike has made his mark for the Arizona Cardinals, catching a touchdown in their final preseason game against the Denver Broncos.
A car has been pulled from the foreshore at a Wellington harbour this morning after it went over the sea wall, sending the driver to hospital.
Former Bridgecorp boss Rod Petricevic is a dangerous offender who should not be allowed out of jail, the Sensible Sentencing Trust says.
An Auckland man approaching the end of his home detention sentence went on the run yesterday.
Eight people have now died in house fire in the past two months alone, the latest involving a child and her grandmother in Palmerston North.
New Zealand opera trio Sol3 Mio have lent their voices to the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup campaign with a rendition of 'I See Fire'.
People still criticising Maurice Williamson for delivering a bawdy speech "just love to be outraged", says fellow National backbencher Judith Collins.
A clerk in the US state of Kentucky has been jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
When you hear the word burlesque, you might think it's just a fancy word for stripping - but there's a lot more to it.
Judith Collins says if the Government agrees to up the refugee quota, that doesn't necessarily mean Syrians will be the ones to benefit.
Ugly scenes erupted in Hungary as migrants fought their way onto what they thought was the first train to western Europe in days.
French prosecutors have confirmed that a wing part found on a remote Indian Ocean island was from ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Sir Bob Parker's pleased with how far the city has come 5 years on, but admits there is still a long road ahead.
Lianne Dalziel says after the early morning quake of September 4, 2010, there was a feeling Christchurch was "the lucky city".
The father of a 3yo Syrian boy whose body was washed up on a Turkish beach in an image that shocked the world, says his children slipped through his hands.
Exciting young American Jack Sock has been forced out of the US Open after fainting in 33-degree heat.
They came to farewell Justin Hodges but Brisbane also said goodbye to their NRL minor premiership hopes on Thursday night.
Donald Trump has just pledged allegiance to the Republican Party by announcing he won't stand as an independent.
The Government has stepped in to break the deadlock over the future of the earthquake-damaged Christchurch Cathedral.
Words can change the way we think about pretty much everything, but some words are so overused they're threatening themselves with extinction.
Following a tragic house fire in Palmerston North, nine people have died in house fires in the past two months.
In the face of the biggest humanitarian crisis on record, pressure is mounting on our government to lift our refugee quota above 750.
He's the Kiwi whose work has saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of babies worldwide.
Murdoch Stephens belongs to an advocacy group speaking out about New Zealand's lacklustre refugee quota.
New Zealand's track cycling team will be aiming for medals in the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio, but it was the possibility of the sport being dropped from the Commonwealth Games programme in Durban that was a big talking point at training today.
As the Warriors prepare to restore some pride in their final game of the season against the Bulldogs, captain Simon Mannering has told 3 News he is prepared to step down as team leader if that's what it takes to turn the side's fortunes around.
Hawke's Bay winger Zac Guildford has been suspended for four weeks after pleading guilty to a lifting tackle.
Colin Slade is able to see the funny side of the sudden panic his minor knee injury caused on Tuesday.
Fish & Game is using drones to monitor prized rainbow trout spawning at one of the world's top fishing spots.
Calls for a complete ban on herbicide-tolerant swedes follow confirmation that hundreds of cows died last year after eating toxic varieties of the southern staple.
China has kicked off a huge military ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War II, but major Western leaders have stayed away.
More than 13 million children are being denied education by Middle East conflicts.
Immunisation experts are confident they can save lives by focusing on mothers, as well as their children, in the fight against whooping cough.
Police are working to secure the scene of a house fire in Palmerston North to reunite the family with the a grandmother and six-year-old girl believed dead inside.
Prime Minister John Key has backed down on his refusal to boost refugee numbers in New Zealand to help out with the growing crisis.
They came for fish, but what they got were kittens.
Six drug dogs and their handlers graduated from the police dog training centre in Trentham today and will soon be deployed for service in Suva, Fiji.
Ice Cube and O'Shea Jackson Jr discuss NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton, which opened in New Zealand today.
Men's tennis world no. 1 Novak Djokovic loves to have fun on the tennis court and it was no different after a sets win at the US Open.
Warriors coach Andrew McFadden was "extremely disappointed" in the lack of professionalism from some of his players who attended a concert 48 hours before a game.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is backing six-point tries and told fans to expect more rule changes.
Got under my skin and left me feeling nourished, my heart warmed and a smile on my face.
Israel Dagg is determined to reclaim his All Blacks fullback jersey beyond the World Cup but admits he has a battle on his hands.
Microsoft and 343 Industries have unveiled the opening cinematic for Halo 5: Guardians ahead of its launch on October 27.
Transport advocates are applauding Auckland's move to roll out new double-decker buses.
Joseph Kahn has hit back at critics Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' promo after they were accused of channelling white colonialism.