Four of New Zealand's six eventers failed to finish a gruelling cross country course at the World Equestrian Games, ending their team hopes.
NZ doubled their gold medal haul to four at the rowing world championships in the Netherlands.
New Zealand squandered a healthy lead over the closing minutes to suffer a 76-73 loss to Turkey.
The Warriors have got themselves to the cusp of the NRL top-eight with a 42-0 thumping of the Gold Coast Titans in Auckland.
It's 50 years since a road tunnel opened to link Lyttelton to Christchurch and walkers are being allowed a look to celebrate.
Tourists from around the world are heading there to sample the slopes, as well as the nightlife.
Trevor Mallard has been Hutt South's MP for 21 years, but changes to the boundaries there could end his political career.
Fur fans from Russia and China are helping to revive New Zealand's possum fur trade.
First it was Whale Oil then Cactus Kate AAA the names of two bloggers who seem to be playing starring roles in this election.
Professor Peter Soyer from the University of Queensland has just begun a world-first trial to harness smart phones to detect skin cancer.
The Prime Minister's staff have been subpoenaed, compelled to appear before his spy agency watchdog over allegations made in Nicky Hager's book.
Judith Collins went to ground today, amid speculation there's even more damning revelations to emerge.
Hawke's Bay is high on rugby fever. It has got its hands on the All Blacks plus the Ranfurly Shield in the space of 24 hours.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is warning climate change is the greatest threat to human health this century.
In the name of art and at a cost of $20,000, a man has buried 30 small gold bars on a British beach and triggered a modern-day gold rush.
Tall Blacks big man Casey Frank is preparing to put his body on the line when New Zealand open their World Cup basketball campaign against Turkey.
A Burmese beauty queen has run off with her tiara after being dethroned as Miss Asia Pacific World.
A single email has exploded and blown National's election campaign off the road. It blew up underneath Judith Collins and forced her resignation.
The resignation of Judith Collins has spun the election campaign into chaos.
The last, last warnings are gone and Judith Collins is too.
Hawke's Bay skipper Brendon O'Connor scored a double as his side lifted the Ranfurly Shield beating Counties Manukau 27-21 in Pukekohe.
Judith Collins has quit as a minister, but she denies allegations she was trying to undermine the then director of the Serious Fraud Office in 2011.
Lucy Warhurst takes the pulse of Christchurch nearly four years after the first quake rattled the city.
Jeremy Corbett & Paul Ego with their satirical take on the week's news.
Under-fire senior cabinet minister Judith Collins has resigned her ministerial portfolios but will remain MP for Papakura.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits he must deliver Champions League football to Old Trafford before he can turn his attention to winning silverware.
Brisbane have overcome a perplexing refereeing decision to defeat St George Illawarra 30-22 in Friday night's crucial NRL clash.
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can still challenge for the Premier League title even if they fail to sign a stand-in for injured France striker Olivier Giroud.
The Conservatives want a public pledge from National to end dirty politics before entering a coalition.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is the latest political leader to take part in the 3 News Ask Me Anything.
Tonight in Auckland, the children's charity 'variety' held a fundraising bash in aid of its Kiwi kid sponsorship drive.
New Zealand First leader has also caused quite a stir this week challenging Justice Minister Judith Collins to sue him for defamation.
A ceremony in Auckland this evening marked 100 years since New Zealand's first act in World War I.
Wellington's winless start to the season continued as Manawatu edged the hosts 27-21 at Westpac Stadium.
Four-year-old Violet is the subject of ethereal photos created by her mother, Holly, to showcase her beauty as she adapts to life with no left hand.
Last night we met John Key the pianist, so in the interest of balance, tonight we meet David Cunliffe, Sweet Pea the pig, and get a taste of life in East Bay.
Forty-one schools are involved, and each night this week on Campbell Live we'll be bringing you some of the best entries.
Wellington Phoenix defender Tom Doyle has been called up for the All Whites' friendly against Uzbekistan.
All Whites coach Anthony Hudson has issued a warning to his players after Marco Rojas opted to stick with club over country.
The Great New Zealand Cookbook is filled with cheap Kiwi recipes and for every book sold from Whitcoulls over the next week, $5 will go to KidsCan.
Amid all the flouncing of Fashion Week, a Kiwi catwalk collection is bound for New York Fashion Week.
A 74-year-old Wellington city bus driver has marked 50 years behind the wheel without an accident.
The 3.6m waves have not scared off swimmers and surfers, even though there have been more than 500 rescues since Tuesday.
A 150-year tradition which allows New Zealand jockeys to bet on their own races is about to come to an end.
Controversial earthquake engineer Graeme Robinson has apologised if his abrasive style upset EQC customers.
An update on the markets for August 29, 2014.
Winston Peters is challenging Judith Collins to sue him for defamation, over his claim she was plotting against John Key.
The foreign ownership debate has flared up again, with a hot springs resort being sold to Chinese buyers.
An Aboriginal woman was caught out abusing an Asian passenger on a Perth train a week ago.
Cedric Jackson says he is excited at the prospect of returning to a Breakers side looking to get back into the ANBL playoffs.
Friends stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reunited for a sketch based on the hit sitcom for US talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Injured All Black Dan Carter is the latest Kiwi celebrity to get soaked in the aid of fighting Lou Gehrig's/ALS Disease.
Marc Moore and Dan Gosling of Stolen Girlfriends Club join Kate Rodger and Rebecca Wadey for the final episode of Fashion Front Row.
Jon Stewart makes his directorial debut with the true story of Iranian-Canadian journalist Maziar Bahari.
Rory McIlroy joins PGA season points leader Hunter Mahan and US Ryder Cup newcomer Jimmy Walker in the feature group when the Deutsche Bank Championship begins.
Huffer launched its new, dressier womenswear label Aim at Fashion Week.
Kate Sylvester celebrated 21 years in the business with a much-anticipated return to Fashion Week.
Novak Djokovic has reached the third round of a grand slam for the 25th consecutive time at the US Open.
Fashion Week has brought out the inner fashionista in perhaps a very unlikely candidate.
Kate Rodger reviews Boyhood and The Inbetweeners 2 on Firstline.