Ten years ago today an 18-second clip of a young man at San Diego Zoo became the first ever YouTube video.
The International Emerging Designer Awards at this year's iD Fashion event were a sellout, the crowd packing Dunedin's Town Hall treated to collections from here and beyond our borders.
An update on the markets for April 24, 2015.
The daughter of two of the victims in the Carterton balloon disaster believes bureaucracy is getting in the way of a significant safety overhaul.
3 News correspondent Mike McRoberts, in Eceabat, Turkey, this morning told TV3's Paul Henry programme the town was "pumping".
Winston Peters says the Government is allowing "absolute crap" to settle in New Zealand, a day after record immigration figures were announced.
An appearance by British Prime Minister David Cameron on the BBC's youth radio station hasn't gone quite to plan.
Jawed Karim got the idea for YouTube after struggling to find online videos of Janet Jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction at the 2004 Super Bowl.
The Mystics netball team had their moment to shine in a central Auckland restaurant kitchen cut short today when they set off the fire alarms.
The Government is being criticised over housing after new figures show net migration is up 2000 percent in just two years.
An update on the markets for April 23, 2015.
The New Zealand Herald denies it used questionable tactics to interview the woman at the centre of the Prime Minister ponytail-pulling controversy, despite changing its statement.
The only thing preventing changes to the adventure aviation industry's safety is "political will", the family of a Carterton balloon crash victim say.
The Government is defending its crackdown on loan sharks against accusations it's toothless and won't put a halt to irresponsible lending.
Solar Impulse 2, designed to circle the globe, has landed in the east China city of Nanjing.
A man in a motorised wheelchair has been dramatically rescued from a train track at a subway station in Washington.
A hi-tech camera-mounted backpack is making Gallipoli a step more accessible this Anzac Day.
NZDF Contingent Commander, Lft Colonel Mike Duncan, spoke with Mike McRoberts at the Chunuk Bair memorial in Gallipoli.
Christchurch property developers say unnecessary bureaucratic red tape is driving away potential investors.
There has been renewed debate about foreign buyers after a radio ad in Singapore tells investors to snap up Auckland apartments.
The Green Party says it's time for New Zealand to stop using plastic bags and for the Government to phase them out altogether.
The Prime Minister has apologised to a waitress for repeatedly pulling her hair during multiple visits to an Auckland café.
A group of Kiwis heading to Turkey to commemorate the ANZAC centenary say they're frustrated their Malaysia Airlines flight has been grounded.
A retired developer has slammed the Christchurch City Council for slowing the city's rebuild, saying their bureaucrats "are on a path of destruction".
KiwiRail has proposed replacing the electric trains on the main trunk line with diesel-powered engines from China, horrifying the Green Party.
A Malaysian radio ad for a real estate company claims New Zealand is ideal to invest in because there's no stamp duty, no land tax and generally no capital gains tax.
The Australian report has shed light on how fashion companies are taking action to ensure workers in their supply chains are not being exploited.
An update on the markets for April 21, 2015.
A group opposed to Ports of Auckland building extensions into Waitemata Harbour says Len Brown has let the city down in not doing more to stop it happening.
The issue of shark cage diving will be thrashed out at a public meeting on Stewart Island tonight.
Prime Minister John Key's insistence that Auckland's housing market is not overvalued is drawing scathing criticism from Labour.
Sanford is moving ahead with plans to shut its Christchurch mussel factory and drop 232 jobs.
An update on the markets for April 20, 2015.
KiwiRail is investigating reports a train ran a red light in Wellington this morning.
There are fears the Government's answer to loan sharks AAA the Responsible Lending Code AAA will do nothing to stop people from getting further into debt.
Prime Minister John Key says there is nothing in documents released by Edward Snowden that proves New Zealand planned to spy on China in 2013.
Advice coming from banking experts, mortgage brokers and the Bankers Association is now is a great time to ask your bank for a better deal.
A McDonald's customer in Blenheim had an unwelcome guest over for dinner over the weekend.
Local Government NZ president Lawrence Yule discusses the practice of selling properties to recoup unpaid rates.
The Government's top economic and financial advisor is at odds with the Reserve Bank over measures to cool Auckland's over-heated property market.
Houses are getting bigger and more expensive AAA and that's a problem.
An update on the markets for April 17, 2015.
An emergency call made by a baggage handler who fell asleep in the cargo hold of a plane has been released.
A new survey shows the majority of Aucklanders want large-scale investment in transport, and they're happy to pay for it with motorway charges.
An update on the markets for April 16, 2015.
Kiwis in London have lined up to buy £75 return flights to Auckland as Air New Zealand celebrates 75 since its first commercial flight.
New buildings were announced and opened in Christchurch today, but most of the building action is happening in the half the Government doesn't run.
A women interrupted a European Central Bank news conference after she jumped on a table shouting "end ECB dictatorship".
Photo gallery and interview with Kate Sylvester at her Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Romeo 4 Juliet show.
A man paid to predict the future says 2015 is the turning point in the balance between humanity and machines - but there's nothing to fear.
Former Reserve Bank Governor Don Brash says the Govt won't want house prices to come down quickly because it would see them voted out of office.
The European Union has formally charged Google with abusing its dominant position as Europe's top search engine.
Dairy prices in Fonterra's GlobalDairyTrade auction have fallen for the third consecutive time.
A man flying a mini helicopter has illegally landed his aircraft on the west lawn of the US Capitol.
An investigative journalist says the Govt is suppressing details of NZ's deployment to Iraq so it doesn't lose public support.
Air New Zealand says it will begin flying directly to Houston in the US from December.
Property speculators are being warned by Finance Minister Bill English to pay their fair share of tax or they will be hunted down.
John Campbell stood outside the McDonald's in Auckland's Grey Lynn to ask customers leaving the drive-thru what they thought of the zero-hour contracts.
An update on the markets for April 15, 2015.
There are reports 26 New Zealand troops left for the Middle East this afternoon, although the New Zealand Government says it's officially a secret.