A US television network has been forced to apologise for an expletive-laden rant which ended with one its reporters quitting live on the air.
For 20 years a Rwandan militia has been hiding out near the border of the Democratic Republic of Congo, unable to return home.
Emma Watson has helped launch the HeForShe campaign against gender inequality in New York.
Thousands of Hong Kong students have begun a week-long boycott of classes in what activists say will become a wider campaign of civil disobedience against China.
A toddler in Chile had to endure an uncomfortable rescue after she got an empty kettle stuck on her head while playing at home.
Election night wasn't just a busy night for the politicians AAA media all around the country were out and about covering the event.
Comedian John Oliver has given the National Party's legal battle with Eminem a humorous spin on American TV.
Labour Party leader David Cunliffe has announced a full leadership vote, which he hopes will take place before Christmas.
The world has already used up two-thirds of its budget of carbon if it wants to keep global temperature rises below 2degC, according to new research.
More than 70,000 people in Scotland have signed a petition demanding a recount of the independence referendum.
NZIER principal economist Shamubeel Eaqub says the election result gives the Government the mandate to push on with its economic plan.
The construction of Christchurch's new bus exchange is underway, with today seeing the largest continuous pour of concrete since the quakes.
Brendon McCullum is the talk of the cricketing world after some heroics in the field.
Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch will miss the rest of the NFL season after tearing a knee ligament in a sack celebration gone awry.
Co-leader Russel Norman holding out hope teh Greens will claw a seat back once the special votes are counted, as has happened before.
A homeless man who jumped a White House fence and ran into the building with a knife had 800 rounds of ammunition in his car, a court has been told.
More than 130,000 Syrian Kurds have fled across the border to Turkey as Islamist State jihadists threaten a major Kurdish town.
NASA'S MAVEN spacecraft has successfully entered orbit around Mars, completing a journey that's taken nearly a year.
The All Blacks are eager to shift the focus back to the field, rather than a missed flight in the fall out of Aaron Cruden's dropping.
A cyclist had a near miss in Russia when they were caught in a car vs truck collision.
While Saturday night's result wasn't a surprise to everyone, plenty of people were taken aback by the National Party's victory, which will enable it to govern alone.
David Farrier discusses the best of the best from the festival, and describes the moment he met Bill Murray.
Hip Hop Eration is a documentary about an elderly hip-hop crew from Waiheke Island on a mission to get to the world champs in Las Vegas.
Just 48 hours after New Zealand's general election, John Key sat down with John Campbell in Wellington after he was elected for another three years as Prime Minister.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admitted his team "gave the game away" as they were beaten 5-3 at Leicester after a stunning second-half collapse which saw them ship four goals.
Japan is preparing to press the nuclear button again - but there are real concerns about the reboot.
A leading sports doctor says many young people are doing lasting damage to themselves by overtraining.
Two former Labour Party leaders don't want their caucus to rush a decision on whether to replace current leader David Cunliffe.
The SPCA says animal welfare complaints in Christchurch have almost doubled in the past year.
An update on the markets for September 22, 2014.
Emergency relief experts have been meeting in Auckland to prepare for a tropical cyclone season that's expected to hit hard in the Pacific islands.
After almost a year out of prison on strict bail conditions, double-murder-accused Mark Lundy is in Wellington for a pre-trial hearing.
Prime Minister John Key says Jason Ede was a "loyal servant", but resigning was the right decision.
New Zealand-made horror game Phantasmal is gathering hype online after being featured on PewDiePie's YouTube channel.
Post-match interviews rarely stray from the same, tired clichés, but when high school football player Apollos Hester was interviewed by TWC News Austin in Texas, he took a refreshing approach to the usual drab routine.
John Key flew back into Wellington this morning, himself keen to get a bit of normality post-election and form a new government.
Aaron Cruden has been dropped from the All Blacks' tour of Argentina and South Africa after a night out drinking in Auckland.
The Music headband detects your brain waves, connects to another device via Bluetooth and teaches you to chill out.
3 News political reporter Tova O'Brien takes a look at the fallout from the weekend's election.
Former National Party president Michelle Boag says Prime Minister John Key is like Richie McCaw in his ability to get on with the job, despite the pressure.
4-4-2 is 3news.co.nz's online exclusive football show, with four issues debated in four minutes, by two idiots.
Two cheetah cubs are being hand-raised by animal care staff at San Diego Zoo after their mother was unable to feed them.
Winter is back with a vengeance in many regions today with snow, rain and hail on the way.
NZX-listed Cooks Global Foods is buying back the master franchise for its Esquires brand in China.
Wild wintry weather is sweeping across the country, closing roads and threatening to down trees and power lines.
John Key says growing the economy, reforming the education system and changing the New Zealand flag will be the three primary focuses of his third term as Prime Minister.
Most of the West African country's six million people were confined to their homes for a third straight day.
Labour MP Grant Robertson says the party will be taking a long, hard look at itself following its worst election result in 92 years.
An emotional Frank Lampard rescued a point for champions Manchester City against former club Chelsea.
Activists have mobilised in cities across the globe for marches against climate change.
Lewis Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix to take the lead in the drivers championship from Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg who failed to finish.
Leicester City came from 3-1 down to beat Manchester United 5-3 in a thrilling Premier League clash.
A small group of climate change advocates have held an electric car rally in Golden Bay as part of a global day of action on climate change.
The operators of the stock exchange are worried New Zealand's investors are getting a little old.
Turkey has welcomed home 46 hostages freed by Islamic State.
South Sudan has been torn apart by civil war and is teetering on the brink of famine. It is in desperate need of foreign help.
If there was a real moment of truth in this election, it came last night. For Prime Minister John Key and National, it showed just how much NZers are behind them.
The vultures are circling around the Labour leader, with the ABC (Anyone But Cunliffe) club mobilising after last night's result.
It all started with a hiss and a roar just four months ago, but last night the merged Internet Mana alliance fizzled completely.
Colin Craig's Conservatives were the fifth-most popular party last night, with 86,000 party votes.