Wellington's new eye-catching air traffic control tower is a celebration of the windy city's creativity.
An update on the markets for March 31, 2015.
Investigators say the co-pilot who crashed into the French Alps had been treated for suicidal tendencies before he got his pilot's licence.
The days of a wallet or purse stuffed full of cards may be on the way out with the launch of a new app called Semble.
The end of March deadline has been reached, but police are no closer to catching the blackmailer who threatened to contaminate New Zealand infant formula with the poison 1080.
A 3 News investigation into Auckland's fruit fly outbreak has discovered almost 6 million passengers have entered the country without biosecurity X-rays since the Government relaxed the rules.
Wellington's new air traffic control tower will pay homage to the capital's reputation as a windy city.
New Zealand troops are in Australia preparing for their deployment to Iraq, Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has confirmed.
There is a cross continental custody battle raging for a giant emerald worth more than NZ$665 million.
A new survey shows eight out of 10 New Zealanders think children should learn a second language at school, with Mandarin being the most popular choice.
The latest Business New Zealand planning forecast says risks and opportunities for the New Zealand economy are finely balanced.
Investigators say the co-pilot who crashed the plane into the French Alps had been once treated for "suicidal tendencies".
D-Day has come for the Government over a threat to lace infant formula with the deadly 1080 poison.
The Civil Aviation Authority in New Zealand has already tightened the rules after the Germanwings tragedy in France, but is it enough to protect passengers?
An update on the markets for March 30, 2015.
Two dozen protestors gathered outside a petroleum summit in Auckland today after the Government unveiled new areas of the country that could be explored for gas and oil.
A new live video streaming app on Twitter is boasting millions of users and attracting rave reviews.
NZX chief executive Tim Bennett says new options will be launched at the end of April on three stocks AAA Fletcher Building, Spark and Trade Me.
The head of the BBC says he's received death threats, and it's believed they may be linked to the sacking of Jeremy Clarkson.
The captain of the passenger jet that is believed to have been deliberately crashed into the French Alps reportedly shouted at the co-pilot to "open the damn door".
An Air Canada jet came off the runway after landing at Halifax airport in Nova Scotia, sending at least 23 people to hospital.
The co-pilot who crashed a passenger jet into the French Alps, killing all 150 aboard, vowed to one day do something to "change the whole system".
Hemp seed harvesting has started in New Zealand, but the industry wants food regulations changed.
Kiwifruit growers are celebrating a bumper export season, with fruit volumes at their highest since the outbreak of the vine-killing disease Psa in 2010.
The Germanwings co-pilot who flew his Airbus into the French Alps, killing all 150 aboard, allegedly hid he was severely depressed.
An update on the markets for March 27, 2015.
Questions have been raised over why it has taken Kiwi airlines so long to make it compulsory for at least two crew to be in the flight deck at all times.
It's been dubbed 'The Blogger versus The Slogger' but could equally be called 'Whale Rider 2'.
The nature and scope of the war with Islamic State is constantly changing as more and more countries are sucked into the conflict.
Have you ever wanted to look like a tasty, beefy Big Mac? Well now you can.
The co-pilot of the doomed Germanwings flight appears to have "deliberately" crashed the plane into the French Alps after locking his captain out of the cockpit.
An update on the markets for March 26, 2015.
There is a strong theory emerging about what caused the crash of the Germanwings Airbus in the French Alps, and it's based on what investigators heard on the cockpit flight recorder.
In 2011, German scientist Stefan Lunka said he would give AAA100,000 to anyone who could prove that measles was caused by a virus. Now he has to pay up.
Susan Kilsby, a dairy analyst with NZX Agri, says there are a number of reasons Fonterra has seen its profit fall.
Experiential tourism company Magic Memories has taken out the top prize at the New Zealand International Business Awards - and three others.
Ever wanted your very own petrol-powered flamethrower? Check out today's Tech Bytes to find out how.
Dramatic video has emerged showing a Brazilian bus being swallowed by a sinkhole AAA and emerging in a nearby river.
Sports Minister Jonathan Coleman has led Parliament's praise of the Black Caps, introducing a motion congratulating the team on making the World Cup final.
French investigators say they have extracted "usable data" from the first black box recovered from the Airbus that crashed in the French Alps.
Rescuers have resumed searching for the remains of 150 people killed when a Germanwings Airbus slammed into the side of a mountain in the French Alps.
Fonterra's six-month profit is down 16 percent, and it's going to mean some farmers will be struggling to break even this year.
An update on the markets for March 25, 2015.
The recovery mission for the bodies of 150 people on board an Airbus A320 is entering its second day in the French Alps.
Fonterra has held its forecast milk payout to farmers, and announced a 16 percent fall in its first half profit.
Otago University politics lecturer Bryce Edwards says whoever wins the Northland by-election, National's coming out of it with a bloody nose.
Sixteen German school children are feared to be among the 150 dead in the crash of a passenger jet over the French Alps.
An update on the markets for March 24, 2015.
Netflix founder Reed Hastings talks at length about the streaming video provider's New Zealand launch.
The latest Westpac McDermott Miller survey shows a solid rise in consumer confidence - but only in rural areas.
There is a growing trend in the United States where it is not only the cars getting a regular once-over.
A teenage girl in New York is proving the pen is mightier than the allowance.
An update on the markets for March 23, 2015.
The Government will rethink plans to sell off some state houses after concerns were raised by the Salvation Army.
Snap's former owner Mark Petrie is now 2degrees' new most valuable player after the telco bought his internet company.
New Zealand Post has released an artistic collection of coins to mark the Anzac centenary.
2degrees has bought internet service provider Snap, and plans to offer mobile and broadband services nationwide.
Firstline checks out the latest mobile phone offering from HTC, investigates the Android-based Neptune Suite and checks out true 3D-printing.
The New Zealand dollar set new records against the euro and the Australian dollar.
Ports of Auckland is sticking to its guns following angry protests against plans to extend Bledisloe Wharf by 100 metres into Waitemata Harbour.