At least four people were killed and five seriously injured when a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in the US state of Kansas, officials say.
The small band of Russian explorers travelled 26,000 km, all the way from Moscow in two light helicopters.
Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
Anna Burns-Francis went on board both an Air New Zealand and a Jetstar aircraft to see just how filthy they really are.
The New Zealand dollar has fallen almost 2 percent today after the Reserve Bank kept the official cash rate (OCR) on hold at 3.5 percent.
The Reserve Bank is keeping interest rates on hold as inflation remains in check and it may be some time before they rise again.
Oxfam says only intervention by governments around the world can stop growing inequality AAA left alone, the market will do nothing.
A revised biography of the Prime Minister sheds new light on the events around Nicky Hager's book and its impact on the election campaign.
Auckland teenager Kerman Kohli's new app is helping students get their homework in on time AAA and he's making $100 a day.
The Green Party says an Auckland motorway toll should come after AAA not before AAA increasing investment in public transport.
Norovirus fears have forced the grounding of a domestic flight at Christchurch Airport.
New Zealand online shopping spending was up last month, compared with the same time a year ago.
An update on the markets for October 29, 2014.
Auckland Council today released its proposal designed to plug a $12 billion transport funding gap.
Just in time for Halloween, a ghost town in the US state of Connecticut has come up for sale.
The latest survey of the tourism industry shows spending by visitors to New Zealand rose by 7.4 percent in the past year.
The Government has little option but to spend more money on the aged care sector following yesterday's ruling, says Labour's acting deputy leader.
A $2 road toll is understood to be one of two options being proposed to help fund Auckland's transport bill.
The 69-year-old has made it a condition of her brand ambassadorship that her photos not be air brushed.
Inland Revenue spent $48,000 on noise-cancelling headphones, at a cost of more than $400 each, because staff complained their redesigned office was too loud
An update on the markets for October 28, 2014.
Apple Pay users have reported being overcharged on payments made through their phones, while some retailers have disabled the service in the hopes of launching their own mobile payment system
Finding a car park at the already busy Christchurch hospital is set to get a lot harder from today.
A New Zealand-made portable device could be the breakthrough health workers need in the global fight against Ebola.
New Zealand company LanzaTech is one step closer to commercialising its low-carbon biofuel worldwide.
It's no secret that companies track your online shopping habits but a new study has found it's not just the products they advertise that are personalised, but the prices too.
The official holiday period ended at 6am, with three deaths on the roads during the Labour Day weekend.
Campbell Live learnt that Auckland had surpassed Wellington for train trips in a year, for the first time.
What if there were a way for Aucklanders to live in small-town Waikato and travel to town for work every day?
With a growing population faster than the national average, commuters between Wellington and the Wairarapa is now up to 13,500 each week.
New Zealand Mustang owners have celebrated 50 years of the iconic car with the country's largest Mustang convention in Christchurch.
When the Government banned synthetic cannabis it was hailed as a victory for common sense.
The website TripAdvisor ranked Nigel Ogle's Tawhiti Museum in rural Hawera just behind Te Papa and Auckland's museum.
Two investigations are underway into the death of pedestrian hit by a train in Te Kuiti.
A New Zealand company has won financial backing for its plan to test a low-carbon aviation fuel. LanzaTech is partnering with Virgin Atlantic to create the fuel, using waste from the steel industry.
A Google executive was lifted into "near-space", 41 kilometres straight up, then let go.
You'll all recognise the NZ Transport Agency ad, but it's now also been viewed more than 10 million times around the world.
More than 5000 fans queued up for a glimpse of the four from TV3's hit show The Block.
The pilot of a small plane has emerged from a crash with a sore thumb.
Hearts that had stopped beating were restarted and kept alive, and then transplanted.
Fonterra is driving forward with plans for strong growth in the face of an environment lobby that says it's polluting water.
It sounds wrong, as well as expensive, but every single day New Zealanders are paying taxes based on taxes.
A complaint which argued a Breast Cancer Foundation advert was too explicit has been dismissed by the Advertising Standards Authority
There's growing controversy over a surgical treatment for fibroids - growths on the wall of the womb, which affect 40 percent of women.
Thousands of people are expected in the Auckland suburb of Pt Chevalier this weekend to check out The Block open homes.
The New Zealand dollar declined to a week-low after data showed inflation accelerated at a slower than expected pace in the third quarter.
Campbell Live experimented to see if the public can really taste the difference in chocolate milk brands.
An update on the markets for October 23, 2014.
Inflation is now running at an annual rate of just 1 percent, and some banks are even cutting their fixed lending rates.
Air New Zealand has unveiled the last of its big-budget Hobbit-themed inflight safety videos.
In Tech Bytes this week we meet some of the country's brightest young minds, check out the world's first connected carry-on and find out how to do the donut selfie.
Failing to prosecute Shell Todd for drilling illegal wells would send a message that the Government doesn't take environmental protection seriously, says Russel Norman.
A new report shows New Zealand's tech exports have increased by 62 percent over the last decade.
In a recent poll in the US, nearly half of all respondents admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel at one time or another.
For the past four years Hum Salon has been the centre of a community project to restore the once-grand villa from its near-derelict state.
The crew of an Air Force Orion has returned home after helping seize around $280 million worth of hashish off the coast of Somalia.
An update on the markets for October 22, 2014.
It's been revealed the country's biggest oil and gas company has breached new environmental laws by drilling two wells off the Taranaki coast.
The Prime Minister faced questions about his relationship with Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater during the first question time since the Dirty Politics book was published.
A woman in the United States was shocked to learn her son was deceased AAA at least, according to the US Postal Service.