Otago University politics lecturer Bryce Edwards says although it appears John Key is lying about the GCSB's activities, it's hard to tell if there will be an impact at the polls.
Public transport has slipped under the radar this election campaign, despite parties campaigning hard on the issue.
IBM says the new technology, called Synapse, could be the start of a new generation of computing.
Fresh ingredients have always been one of a chef's best assets, and now gourmet food has been taken back to its roots.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says his party's rise in the polls is down to the public's lack of trust in the current Government.
An update on the markets for September 16, 2014.
Poll voters agree with Winston Peters on establishing a register of foreign buyers.
Microsoft is is purchasing Minecraft developer Mojang, the two companies have confirmed.
Laila Harre says she has "no doubt at all" an email that appears to show John Key has been lying about his involvement in Kim Dotcom's residency and extradition is genuine.
An update on the markets for September 15, 2014.
The New Zealand dollar fell below the key 50 British pence level as weekend polls favouring Scotland remaining in the UK ahead of this week's vote strengthened the pound.
Microsoft's annual TechEd conference, which has just wrapped up in Auckland, is a chance for developers and IT professionals to meet and network with the company's experts.
Dairy farmers across Southland and Otago fear one of their most important winter feed crops is killing stock.
One-hundred years ago 43 men were killed in the Huntly mining disaster, and today they were remembered.
Drinking too much milk when pregnant may damage babies' brain development, new research shows.
Air New Zealand's last Boeing 747 has landed in Auckland from San Francisco this morning.
This week New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lender launched, giving Kiwis the opportunity to lend and borrow money without going to the bank.
Rules by health authorities in the Hutt Valley now means the only patients able to use the service either have to live in the poorest streets, or are of Maori or Pacific ethnicity.
An update on the markets for September 11, 2014.
A man showing symptoms of Ebola has prompted fears the deadly virus has hit Australian shores.
A US inventor wants to put an end to embarrassing toilet odours, so he's designed a seat with a built-in fan.
Labour leader David Cunliffe has accused the Prime Minister of resorting to "schoolyard name-calling" in lieu of "facts and logic" following last night's TV3 debate.
Following four consecutive 25 basis point hikes, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is expected to leave the official cash rate (OCR) unchanged at 3.5 percent today.
The Government says the houses being built in Weymouth, in South Auckland, will be a 'symbolic success' of their new social housing initiative.
Economist Shamubeel Yakub - who's getting pretty tired of the rock star metaphor - says the economy is doing "okay".
Pupils from one of the worst quake-affected areas in Christchurch are spending the week getting a taste of the building trade.
An update on the markets for September 10, 2014.
Apple's newly launched iPhones will go on sale in NZ one week after the first ones are available overseas.
U2 took to the stage at Apple's latest product unveiling to perform a new song and announce their free album, Songs of Innocence.
The Auckland Home Show is turning 35 this year and it features more than 500 exhibitors.
Pro-Russian rebels have responded to a Dutch report saying MH17 was hit by numerous "high-energy objects".
Tax is likely to dominate tonight's debate following National's announcement it will be aiming to cut taxes AAA but not until 2017, and not by much.
If you have mobility issues modern supermarkets can prove problematic, but in Tauranga, they think they have the solution.
Jetstar will start flying to Australia from Wellington and Queenstown from December, flying three times a week from each city to the Gold Coast.
An update on the markets for September 9, 2014.
Family members of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are still seeking answers.
Labour says it will crack down on loan sharks by making it illegal to charge "exorbitant" interest rates and exploit uninformed borrowers.
ANZ's chief economist says it's right for National to be a bit vague about its tax cuts plan because of the uncertainty in the economy.
Labour is accusing the Govt of covering up a plan to reduce investment in health and education by dangling a tax cut carrot in front of voters.
An update on the markets for September 6, 2014.
National has confirmed an income tax cut is in the pipeline for New Zealanders if it is re-elected on September 20.
Tomizone CEO Steve Simms says Wednesday's reveal is expected to be Apple's biggest since founder Steve Jobs died.
National is set to unveil its tax cut plan today, but the latest 3 News poll reveals the majority of voters don't actually want them.
Roading experts hope a state-of-the-art barrier system will prevent any future deaths at a massive slip on the South Island's West Coast.
An Italian company has developed a new type of road that captures otherwise lost energy from cars.
John Key is set to unveil his election trump card tomorrow AAA a plan for tax cuts. But the latest 3 News poll shows a majority of voters actually don't want them.
A group of teenagers from low decile schools have returned from a trip to Silicon Valley that they say was life-changing.
One of New Zealand's most famous tourist attractions is celebrating 125 years of glow worms and caving.
On a finance debate on The Nation this morning, Mr English failed to name one new thing he wanted to do in order to grow the economy.
The Pike River families seemed happy to turn up to meet Mr Cunliffe, and spokesman Bernie Monk didn't see it as an election ploy.
An update on the markets for September 5, 2014.
Google has released its latest off-road mapping imagery, revealing a unique part of the world.
This week we talk to Laila Harre about what she would change is she was in Government.
Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater is heading to court to stop media publishing emails linked to the Dirty Politics saga.
An update on the markets for September 4, 2014.
A 46-year-old Horowhenua man intends to plead not guilty to the manslaughter of 20-year-old forestry worker Lincoln Kidd.
A forum being today will attempt to lay the groundwork for royalties to be paid to local governments from the extraction of natural resources.
Imagine walking in your front door and being greeted by a cheerful little creature that doesn't need feeding or walking, and it does as you say.
A stoush is brewing in Wellington between cyclists and pedestrians along the waterfront.
With the very public release of hacked naked photos of Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence this week, why are we seemingly so obsessed with naked photographs of ourselves?