The Dirty Politics saga has put a spotlight on relationships between right-wing blogger Cameron Slater and journalists.
Campaigners say British servicemen - and their children - have suffered health problems caused by deliberate exposure to radiation.
An update on the markets for September 1, 2014.
IT company Datacom says New Zealand needs more young engineers.
Neighbourly provides a way to connect residents, helping people find a local babysitter or someone to mow the lawns.
Around 60 prisoners in Canterbury are helping repair red-zoned homes, and learning vital skills along the way.
Iceland has raised its aviation alert over its largest volcano to the highest level of red after a new eruption nearby.
Labour is promising to set up a public broadcasting service TV station, likely to be within Radio NZ.
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.
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.
A 74-year-old Wellington city bus driver has marked 50 years behind the wheel without an accident.
An update on the markets for August 29, 2014.
An Aboriginal woman was caught out abusing an Asian passenger on a Perth train a week ago.
New Zealand Post has reported a 12 percent fall in annual profit as shrinking mail volumes were offset by gains in its Kiwibank and parcel businesses.
The NZX is to call its new market for smaller, high-growth companies NXT, or Next.
Hackers hit JPMorgan Chase and at least four other banks, possibly getting away with customer cheque and savings account information.
A 40-year-old man has been killed at the Port of Lyttelton after a scissor lift fell over.
A group of All Blacks and Sevens players took to the catwalk today, nearly naked in their underwear.
Racing car seat company Racetech has reopened its new headquarters after a fire destroyed the premises a year ago.
An update on the markets for August 28, 2014.
The New Zealand dollar rose after Fonterra said it would maintain its milk price forecast.
The Technology Investment Network has listed its latest top companies to watch.
New technology is enabling parents to put limits on their car's performance before their teens get behind the wheel.
Today Emma Brannam looks at a levitating speaker, Lightbox and a new way to ensure your home is adequately covered by insurance.
New Zealand's fashion industry is getting crowded, but there's still an appetite for fresh talent.
Trelise Cooper's Fashion Week kicked off with models wearing Native American headdress, and the social media backlash was immediate.
Zach Challies has used a 3D printer to create a detachable facial prosthetic that costs only $100.
A young Australian pilot is being praised for his actions after a passenger shut down a light aircraft's engines in mid-air.
Fonterra is building new milk processing plants and exploring a new deal with China.
The PM says he has asked Air NZ for an assurance it's not charging people too much on regional routes.
A US flight made an unscheduled stop so the pilot could get rid of two passengers fighting over the right to recline a seat back.
An update on the markets for August 27, 2014.
Watch highlights of the Trelise Cooper runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Air New Zealand has boosted its annual profit 45 percent as increased passenger numbers and capacity lifted earnings.
New Zealand Fashion Week has kicked off with controversy as Trelise Cooper has been criticised for using Native American headdresses.
John Key says he didn't organise a formal meeting with the Pike River families because that would be seen as favouritism in their fight with Solid Energy.
Doctor Jonathan Elms of the UK's Stirling University will be the inaugural holder of the chair in retail management, funded by the Warehouse Group.
Kiwi company Hallensteins has gone to extreme measures to try and make its brand and share price "cool" again.
The Ministry of Health has asked St John to reduce emergency department arrivals by 80,000 by assisting with community-based healthcare.
A job-hunting and resource centre for workers from a failed contracting company has been set up to help find them new jobs.
An update on the markets for August 26, 2014.
Pike River families have confronted the Prime Minister on the West Coast, frustrated by another delay to re-entering the mine.
Watch highlights of the New Generation runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Watch highlights of the Lela Jacobs runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
Watch highlights of the Shen runway show at NZ Fashion Week 2014.
The beheading of American journalist James Foley has drawn worldwide attention and sparked an international manhunt for his killers.
Kharl-William Wirepa has caught the eye of the country's fashion elite.
Economists are sceptical National's housing policy will help first-home buyers, because it will increase demand whilst hardly impacting supply.
An update on the markets for August 25, 2014.
The latest 3 News-Reid Research poll shows National has a real weakness when it comes to housing.
Once our second-largest tourism market, the number of British visiting here has been shrinking by 50,000 a year.
A team from Plant and Food Research have come up with a way to cultivate white truffles on pine tree roots.
National has promised to change KiwiSaver to help more than 90,000 first-home buyers and young families get into their own homes.
Two high school entrepreneurs have just returned from Hong Kong where they competed in the Fedex Express Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge Asia Pacific Finals.
National and Internet Mana launched their campaigns on the weekend, with contrasting outcomes.
Bernie Monk says he's waiting for Solid Energy to admit they can't a or won't even try a to retrieve the bodies from Pike River Mine.
A snapshot of farmers' concerns in the run-up to the election has revealed a problem for John Key.
Ports of Auckland posted a 90 percent gain in full-year profit, after lifting volumes of containers and freight while reining in costs.