Farmers down south are still picking up the pieces from a severe storm that destroyed buildings and levelled entire forest blocks.
The coconut is playing a vital role in helping remote parts of Tonga to move on from the destructive Cyclone Ian.
Wearable technology has been singled out as one of the hottest trends, but companies have failed to capitalise on interest.
After coming under selling pressure on Easter Monday, the kiwi has edged up against the US dollar.
The latest casualty from the deadly Khumbu Icefall avalanche is the Adventure Consultants expedition.
The Warehouse is pulling one of the mouthguards it sells after a child nearly choked to death.
Prime Minister John Key says Easter trading laws aren't working very well and need to be overhauled.
Shares in Genesis Energy surged on the NZX last week, jumping more than 16 percent when trading opened.
If the thought of having to drive in rush hour traffic this morning got you down, a solution may not be far away.
Google's take on what an Android phone should look like a the Motorola Moto X a is set to be released in New Zealand.
From Lydia Ko to Lorde, young Kiwis are attracting plenty of attention on the world stage - but they're not the only ones.
The Commerce Commission is warning restaurants and bars this weekend to stop illegally charging customers over the Easter holidays.
Wanaka retailers are once again flouting Easter trading laws, making the most of the town's biggest weekend of the year.
There aren't many cars that have inspired a song recognisable around the western world.
It's been a short week, but a busy one in the news world, from the royals departing, to the Labour Party transport policy.
Stalls, big rides and farm animals have all been moved into Auckland city for the Easter Show, which is free to enter this year.
More 68,000 retail investors have been allocated shares in the Genesis share offer.
For years drivers have been relying on their smartphones to tell them where to go.
Dairy prices have fallen to a 14-month low in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Tower Insurance has launched a new smartphone app that monitors individual driving performance.
It seems the diversification of Google knows no end. The tech giant has bought a company that makes solar-powered drones.
Dairy product prices extended their slide to a 14-month low in the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction.
Labour says the National Party has obviously done polling on foreign home buyers and discovered most voters back a ban.
Whilst the demolition of the termite house has begun, Mr Porteous and his team have also designed a new home for Tobi and Sarah.
Plans for a $100 million waterfront hotel in Dunedin have been sunk, with developers walking away after a three-year battle.
The Government and the road freight industry have slammed Labour's proposed changes around truck lanes and trailer registration.
Finance Minister Bill English has used today's pre-Budget speech to drive home the message there will be no "spend-up".
3 News has learned Oravida made a formal request to the Government to work with its Chinese counterparts on border control issues.
Export company Oravida has used a photo of the Prime Minister in a Chinese print ad.
Entrepreneurship has long been acknowledged as a driver of economic growth, so how do you go about measuring and developing it?
Wanaka's preparing for its biggest weekend on record this Easter, but visitors shouldn't expect any leniency on liquor laws.
Genesis Energy investors are now waiting to learn how many shares they will receive.
Finance Minister Bill English admits getting advice on banning overseas buyers from the housing market.
The top of the North Island has been given a good dousing of rain, but the region that desperately needs it received just a thimbleful.
Heartbleed is a computer bug that was discovered this week.
3 News has discovered something about the type of plane Prince William is due to fly in tomorrow.
This year marks Bill English's sixth budget and every year they look the same.
The royal couple is expected to jet across Auckland's Waitemata Harbour today on a classic Kiwi Sealegs vehicle.
The number of people in Rolleston choosing fibre broadband is almost three times the national average.
Toyota is reassuring customers that no actual incidents or accidents are behind its worldwide recall of cars.
People's inability to retrain for new skills or switch industries is costing the global economy billions of dollars.
Patrick Gower takes a look at the week in politics - Simon Bridges, Kim Dotcom and the spat over the royal tour.
The heavyweights of New Zealand are in a no-holds-bar fight over striptease. It is down and dirty, so who will win the sex industry wars?
New Zealand today led the charge past the deadline for Windows XP support.
A new global report has found that cyber criminals unleashed the most damaging series of cyber attacks in history in 2013.
David Cunliffe says axing New Zealand's compulsory savings scheme in the 1970s was the "worst economic decision in NZ history".
Competition between shops and supermarkets is fierce, so where should you buy your fish? And is price all that matters?
More than five years since it was first supposed to have arrived, the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is almost here.
A selloff in technology stocks threatened to turn into a full scale tech wreck today.
Critics have slammed the move from Countdown to begin selling Lotto tickets at its checkouts.
3 News has uncovered dozens of dangerous incidents in the petroleum sector in recent months.
Air New Zealand is painting its new Dreamliner aircraft black and the paint job on the first plane is done.
The biofuel industry has received a boost with news that Z Energy plans to construct a $21 million biodiesel plant.
It's got no wires, buttons, or any form of electronics - yet it's a new iPhone speaker for all your music needs.
As New Zealand's economy looks increasingly to Asia, it's timely to take a look at the prospects for the region's economies.
The number of New Zealanders on skilled migrant visas in the UK has dropped from nearly a 1000 five years ago to just over 400.
A 3 News investigation has uncovered 120 incidents reported to the High Hazards Unit established after Pike River.
Labour MP Shane Jones has again taken aim at Countdown, raising concerns about lotto sales at the supermarket's checkouts.
Countdown denies the existence of a threatening letter to a parliamentary committee, following allegations by Labour MP Shane Jones.
Anadarko has had to pay $5 billion to clean up areas left heavily contaminated by a company it bought called Kerr-McGee.