Reviving the sound made famous by his father, Bill Haley Jr & the Comets are recapturing his heyday in NZ.
In the absence of any firm leads, passengers' relatives are exasperated, aviation expert Peter Clark joins Paul to discuss.
In Eltham, residents have had to put up with the lingering smell of rotting milk with health concerns now rising.
Metservice's Daniel Corbett gives an explanation as to what we can expect from Tropical cyclone Lusi.
Bindy Arthur's time at the Limited Service Volunteer programme at Burnham Military Camp.
Tristram Clayton went to the ASB trading room to get their take on why rates went up.
Manu Ma'u is revelling in the chance to play in the NRL - a chance he thought may never come.
Last April Schalk Burger contracted bacterial meningitis, and is back playing rugby with a new perspective.
When he first played for Wellington Conrad Smith was seen as too small and too slow to go too far.
New Zealand has dominated at the clay target shooting world championships near Hamilton.
World champion cyclist Ethan Mitchell has claimed one of the first titles of the national track champs winning the 250 metre time trial.
Judith Collins appeared close to tears today as the pressure mounts over her connections with Oravida.
Teina Pora will remain behind bars as the Court of Appeal has declined jurisdiction to consider bail.
A piece of the Rena, about the size of a small office block, has been towed into Tauranga Harbour.
Cyclone Lusi has targeted the North Island and now has the top half of the South Island in her sights.
The Genesis share offer will open on March 29, with an indicative offer price set at $1.35 to $1.65 per share.
Conrad Smith says it will be 'pretty special' to play his 100th game for the Hurricanes this weekend.
The Reserve Bank Governor says the increase is necessary to manage inflation in the our expanding economy.
Leaders of Caribbean nations unanimously adopted a broad plan on seeking reparations from European nations for the historic slave trade in the region.
A woman who stabbed her husband through the heart has been jailed for six years for his manslaughter.
The explosion in New York levelled two apartment buildings, killing two people.
The Reserve Bank has raised the official cash rate for the first time in three years, increasing it to 2.75 percent.
China has released satellite images of what it says could be the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
A 29-year-old man from Wales has had his skull reconstructed by groundbreaking 3D technology.
Manchester City's have bowed out of the Champions League after falling 1-0 to Barcelona today.
3 News Australia correspondent Tom McRae wraps up the week in news from Australia.
3 News political reporter Brook Sabin wraps up a busy week in politics.
Incoming storm Lusi has been upgraded to a category 3 tropical cyclone, two days before its arrival in New Zealand.
Winston Peters has accused Prime Minister John Key of ignoring Parliament's established rules and making up his own.
At times turning the skies turn black in scenes reminiscent of the famous Alfred Hitchcock thriller, The Birds.
One of the best parts of baseball for fans is trying to catch or field balls that end up in the crowd.
Video highlights, live updates as they happen and all the action as Barcelona take on Man City.
After three years of sitting at a record low level New Zealand's official interest rate is set to be hiked.
Pistorius' defense lawyer has tried to cast doubt on the competence of a South African police forensic expert who testified at the athlete's murder trial.
A New Zealander working on an oil rig off the coast of Vietnam believes he saw flight MH370 on fire.
Financial advisor Martin Hawes joins Paul to discuss what homeowner's can do to protect themselves.
Judith Collins spoke to Paul Hnery on disappointing the Prime Minister and no doubt, hurting her immediate career prospects.
Former United Airlines Captain Kit Darby is confident the plane will be found soon.
Judith Collins says that if the PM didnt know about the visit, then she should have fronted earlier.
An Iranian woman now living in Auckland has told Campbell Live that she arrived here on a stolen passport.
A brand new concept in accommodation has emerged near Christchurch - grain silos have been converted into motel rooms.
If the Breakers win their final two matches it would ensure a fitting departure for veteran CJ Bruton.
Ohope beach near Whakatane has been named the most loved beach, in a contest organised by the AA.
There's been no shying away from an unacceptable first-up effort from the Warriors.
Seven-hundred people lined Devonport naval base as a Navy frigate returned from fighting piracy.
Wellington police have raided three more central city properties.
The licences of six Hamilton legal high stores have been temporarily suspended, at the request of the city council.
His fists once landed him in jail. Now he hopes they will carry him to a world heavyweight title.
Hollywood actor Chris Pine is believed to have been arrested for drink driving in Canterbury earlier this month.
A defence attempt to halt New Zealand's biggest fraud case because of a perception of judge bias has failed.
The Breakers season hasn't exactly gone to plan with the reigning ANBL champions not looking likely to make the playoffs.
Labour's attempt to muzzle its outspoken MP, Shane Jones, has lasted less than a day.
It is three years since a tsunami claimed nearly 16,000 lives along Japan's eastern seaboard.
John Key says he's disappointed in Judith Collins for not declaring a dinner she had with Oravida bosses.
Authorities acknowledged they didn't know in which direction the plane and its 239 passengers was heading when it disappeared.
Lorde had a spat with an Australian radio host after he asked her about her friendship with Taylor Swift.
AC Milan's Champions League campaign has come to an end after suffering a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Atletico Madrid.
The Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust says it's only a matter of time before it has to roll back services.
South Canterbury Finance ignored or evaded important controls that should have regulated how the company operated, a court has been told.
Judith Collins has apologised for not telling media about a dinner she had with the head of Oravida during a trip to China.