3 News was invited into an open home with a difference today AAA our camera was allowed into the flash, taxpayer-funded apartment bought for New Zealand's ambassador to the United Nations.
Topshop is being forced to show their clothes on more realistically shaped mannequins.
New Zealand is about to face one of its biggest tests during its month long-term as president of the United Nations Security Council.
New research shows increasing the price of tobacco in New Zealand is working AAA not just to improve health, but also to reduce inequality.
Trade Minister Tim Groser says withdrawing from the TPPA, as Labour has threatened, would see New Zealand lose the benefits it brings.
It's the end of an era today, as the oldest Interislander ferry makes her final journey across the Cook Strait.
New Zealand is about to face one of its biggest tests during its month-long term as president of the United Nations Security Council.
One of the few historic buildings still standing in Christchurch is to be demolished because the sight of the quake-damaged building is too distressing for elderly residents living nearby.
An update on the markets for July 28, 2015.
The Prime Minister has admitted medicines could cost more under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) AAA the major trade deal the Government wants to sign up to.
A Toyota ute with more than 1.2 million kilometres on the clock has sold for the more paltry figure of $3000 in a TradeMe auction.
After years of pushing back closure, OceanaGold's Globe Progress mine near Reefton will lay off 112 workers when mining finishes in October.
Medicines are likely to cost the Government more money under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, but the Prime Minister says that won't be passed on to consumers.
The Prime Minister wants to see the people accused of shooting down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 a year ago held to account.
A British hospital has shut down its accident and emergency wing as it investigates two cases of suspected Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.
A week-long lockdown at Mt Eden prison has ended after Corrections took over from Serco this morning.
Prime Minister John Key isn't ruling out new measures to clamp down on foreign buyers, including a stamp duty. That's a one-off tax payment each time a foreigner wants to buy.
For migrant workers struggling to gain residency in the South Island, a new initiative by the Government may mean living permanently in the country is closer than they think.
An update on the markets for July 27, 2015.
Three people have died after a plane crashed into houses near Tokyo airport and burst into flames.
The latest 3 News/Reid Research poll shows Labour's attack on Chinese foreign buyers in the Auckland property market has failed to give the party a popularity boost.
Passengers used to landing in Wellington will sympathise with those on board a flight landing in Amsterdam yesterday.
A YouTube star nearly died while filming a stunt where he jumped from London's Tower Bridge into the Thames.
Prime Minister John Key says there are advantages to private companies running prisons and other services, despite the troubles at Mt Eden.
An update on the markets for July 24, 2015.
Passengers on a flight from Hong Kong to the Russian city of Khabarovsk have used seatbelts and scotch tape to tie up a drunk passenger.
Opposition parties say the Health and Safety Reform Bill has been gutted by Government, and the laws are worse than the ones they'll replace.
Construction and building waste makes up nearly half of what's in our landfills, but a new Auckland facility will change this.
Al Brown on the joining MasterChef New Zealand and what it takes to become the next MasterChef.
The union for postal workers is accusing the National Party of carrying out privatisation by stealth.
Some Kiwi doctors and nurses are deliberately hastening the deaths of terminally ill patients despite euthanasia still being illegal, new research shows.
Labour MP Sue Moroney is confident her latest paid parental leave Bill has the numbers, but fears the Government will use its financial veto to sink it.
An update on the markets for July 23, 2015.
A broker is tipping mortgage rates could drop below 4 percent after the Reserve Bank cut the official cash rate (OCR) today and indicated more cuts are likely.
A bag holding NZ$1 million in cash was lost at Hong Kong International Airport by airline staff last Friday following a flight from Auckland.
Drone owners will need to request permission to take-off every time they want to fly them outside their own property under strict rules unveiled by the Civil Aviation Authority.
In the short term at least, the Real Estate Institute thinks the OCR cut will put more pressure on Auckland house prices.
The Green Party says MPs who accept corporate-funded flights to the Rugby World Cup in September shouldn't be able to vote while they're away.
International travellers can look forward to a reduced wait at customs when 29 new SmartGates are rolled out over the next two years.
Economists rarely agree, but they are unanimous in their view that the Reserve Bank will cut interest rates for the second time in six weeks.
The Reserve Bank is expected to cut interest rates tomorrow in a bid to stimulate the weakening economy. Economists say it may not be the last cut this year.
Low-cost air carrier Jetstar has gone to the Court of Appeal in a dispute with one of its pilots over meal breaks.
Insurance company Southern Response has gone back into its bunker after losing an earthquake-related court case that could potentially cost it millions.
An update on the markets for July 22, 2015.
Customs has stopped up to $246M worth of methamphetamine and the ingredients used to make it from reaching NZ in 6 months, according to new figures.
Foodstuffs is investigating after a Napier man says he found a cigarette butt inside a packaged salad mix.
The Labour Party is being warned it can expect a drop in support from Chinese voters over its controversial attack on foreign property investment.
Bakers around the country will be eating humble pie after a potato top from a Napier supermarket took out the title of best pie in the land.
Donald Trump is refusing to shy away from controversy during his presidential campaign, trash-talking his rivals during a speech in South Carolina.
Toshiba president Hisao Tanaka and his predecessor Norio Sasaki have resigned over a US$1.2 billion accounting scandal blamed on overzealous pursuit of profit.
An update on the markets for July 21, 2015.
The New Zealand Transport Agency is refusing to give up on plans to build the Basin Reserve flyover in Wellington.
Labour Party leader Andrew Little has lashed out at 3 News after he was questioned about his party's data on Chinese homebuyers in Auckland.
Andrew Little lashed out at TV3's Political Editor Patrick Gower, calling him a "desperate journalist", as he got angry over questions on Labour's foreign buyer campaign.
Thirty radiographers striking in Taranaki today as they push for a pay rise have been suspended by their employer, and won't be paid.
Auckland parking prices should rise even further once the city's public transport network has been improved, according to Generation Zero.
Craig Norgate, Fonterra's first chief and one of its key founding figures, will be laid to rest in Taranaki this afternoon.
An update on the markets for July 20, 2015.
A defiant Donald Trump has refused to say sorry for dismissing the military record of Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war.
Four in 10 Kiwis are pessimistic about whether the economy will improve over the next year, but John Key isn't one of them.