An update on the markets for January 28, 2015.
A 10-year project to save and restore three historic huts in Antarctica has finally been finished.
A study of 3000 elderly people in the US has shown a link between some common medicines and Alzheimer's and dementia.
The Prime Minister has outlined the Government's plans for social housing, but Opposition parties say it won't fix the problem.
Small businesses and job growth will be the Labour Party's top priority for the next two years, as it focuses on increasing wages and reducing poverty.
NZIER says with the economy humming along and Auckland house prices skyrocketing, on balance interest rates are about right as they are.
Prime Minister John Key has defended his Government's record on supporting the arts, following a stinging attack from acclaimed Kiwi author Eleanor Catton.
An update on the markets for January 27, 2015.
John Key and Andrew Little are both poised to deliver keynote speeches tomorrow, but Mr Key has got in first, setting the agenda with the issue closest to everyone's heart AAA housing, selling off the ones the state owns.
A pilot who realised he had run out of fuel near Hawaii has managed to land his plane with the help of a parachute.
Cricket fans will be spending nine hours a day sitting outdoors during the World Cup, so need to make sure they're not only covering up, but that their sunscreen is up to scratch.
The kiwi dollar hit a new three-year low amid speculation the Reserve Bank will remove the prospect of higher interest rates.
A Greek fighter jet has crashed at a military airbase in Spain, killing 10 people and injuring 13.
Auckland has been in party mode all day, with the City of Sails celebrating its 175th anniversary.
It's been a long weekend of celebrations for Auckland as the city turns 175 years old.
The big thing at this month's Detroit Auto Show wasn't made on an assembly line, but on a 3D printer.
Organisers of next week's Auckland Nines tournament admit they have a fight on their hands, and they may need the Government's help to keep the tournament in New Zealand.
Doctors in the United States are urging all parents and schools to vaccinate children against measles, as an outbreak that began at Disneyland continues to spread.
The Transfercar website offers vehicles that rental companies need to have relocated. They're available for free or a reduced rate to people willing to drive them to and from set locations.
The fire service is investigating what caused a vintage steam train to ignite 20 fires as it travelled south from Oamaru last night.
As European leaders at the world economic forum in Davos warn of another impending crisis, Prime Minister John Key has been trying to sell them on a free trade agreement with New Zealand.
The New Zealand hospitality industry has long boasted about its growth, but now that success has led to a problem AAA an increasing shortage of experienced chefs.
Canterbury police are mourning the loss of one of their own after a microlight crash that's left two people dead.
An update on the markets for January 23, 2015.
Indonesian divers have found six bodies still strapped into their seats near the main section of AirAsia flight QZ8501.
Len Brown says it's time Auckland residents decide between a cheaper basic transport network or a major upgrade that would require heavier investment.
Labour MP Jacinda Ardern says the gap between the haves and the have-nots in New Zealand is significant, but National's Jami-Lee Ross says at least it's not getting any worse.
In the ongoing competition for high-end customers, some airlines are turning to top chefs to design their in-flight menus.
Accommodation booking service Airbnb is a relatively new company, but already it's seen as a serious threat to established hotels and motels.
Prime Minister John Key, in Switzerland for the World Economic Forum, says progress has been made there on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
Maori leaders say Gareth Morgan's call for greater recognition of the Treaty of Waitangi is a good one, but there's little point in telling Maori AAA they've been pushing that line for years.
The Duke of York has spoken out to "reiterate and reaffirm" Buckingham Palace statements rebutting allegations he had sex with an underage teenager.
One of the world's largest licensed music services is hoping to become more of a familiar face in the NZ market as it gears up to launch a free service.
Officials in Paris are threatening to sue America's Fox News after they said the city operates no-go areas for Muslims.
An update on the markets for January 22, 2015.
Gareth Morgan is picking a fight over the Treaty of Waitangi - and he's using the Ratana celebrations to make his point.
Two major construction companies have been convicted and discharged for excavating a sensitive historical site in the seaside Christchurch suburb of Redcliffs.
One of New Zealand's leading KiwiSaver managers is warning there could be a correction in the property market.
Philanthropist Gareth Morgan has labelled Pakeha "ignorant" about the true meaning of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Carmel Gregan-Ford of Kidney Health New Zealand says paying donors for organs is "fraught with all sorts of difficulties", and probably isn't the answer to long waiting lists.
3 News political reporter Tova O'Brien takes a look back at the first week in politics of 2015 - a busy one.
Westpac chief economist Dominick Stephens takes a look at the new inflation figures, which show it's only at 0.8 percent for the year.
Tech Bytes is back for 2015 with a look at some of the most interesting inventions at the world's largest tech fest, the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Green Party says the Government is using Auckland's housing affordability crisis as an excuse to weaken environmental regulations and boost the "pollution-based economy".
US President Barack Obama has challenged Congress, newly dominated by opposition Republicans in both chambers, to do more for the poor and middle class.
University of Auckland researchers tested 32 brands of omega-3 fatty acid capsules available in NZ pharmacies and discovered most were rancid, weak or both.
Freedom campers using a council car park are causing tempers to fly in Christchurch.
NASA is launching a unique study on how prolonged space travel affects the human body.
An update on the markets for January 21, 2015.
New Zealand consumer prices fell in the final three months of 2014 because of plunging oil prices.
Environment Minister Nick Smith is planning "the most significant overhaul" to the Resource Management Act (RMA) since its introduction 25 years ago.
Auckland is being visited by the vessel that vodka built, one of the most expensive superyachts in history.
Though it's no longer the largest aquarium in the world, Kelly Tarlton's reckons it has something the other aquariums don't offer.
The word drought is overused, so it's not surprising the Government isn't using it to describe the current dry spell affecting Canterbury, says Federated Farmers.
The International Monetary Fund has cut its predictions for global economic growth, just as China reported its slowest rate for almost a quarter of a century.
Phwoar no more: British tabloid The Sun has ended a decades-old tradition of putting topless women on page three.
A battle has broken out in Auckland over the proposed removal of six pohutukawa trees as part of a motorway upgrade.
An update on the markets for January 20, 2015.
Canterbury farmers say they'll be in serious trouble if they don't get significant rain in the next month. But that isn't enough for Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy to declare it a drought zone yet.
Vodafone has confirmed it will cut up to 100 customer care jobs by the end of March.