A new food innovation hub has opened up in Canterbury, which will allow food companies to test and trial new products without disrupting their production lines.
A Kiwi clothing company that allows you to choose where its profits go has just launched, and some local charities are set to benefit.
A west Auckland community is raising money to help fund potentially lifesaving medicine for a young melanoma sufferer.
Cathedral Cove attracts thousands of tourists every day and a new coastal walking track is expected to increase visitor numbers and tensions in the community.
This week 138 world leaders will converge on Paris for COP21. It's the most important climate conference in history.
A second fire has been reported in the Marlborough region where firefighters have spent another day battling a forest fire in the Waikakaho Valley.
The latest figures show efforts to reduce rheumatic fever are working, with rates in south Auckland now half what they were.
The Government will introduce significant changes to the Resource Management Act following "intensive" negotiations with the Maori Party.
Police have confirmed that the remaining three bodies have been recovered from Fox Glacier.
Recovery crews flew to Fox Glacier at first light this morning and have completed drone surveys of the crash site.
James the chicken has taken cruising to a whole new level.
Protesters have gathered outside Auckland's Environment Court this morning to oppose plans to build one of the largest caged chicken farms in New Zealand.
The treasured stained glass memorial window in the Christchurch Arts Centre's Great Hall has been restored AAA all 3600 pieces of it.
An advertisement claiming the health benefits of acupuncture has been found to be misleading by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
The US military has backed up Turkey's claim that Turkish pilots warned a Russian jet 10 times - but failed to get a response - before shooting it down.
A jewellery store in the Auckland suburb of Grey Lynn has been ploughed into in the early hours of this morning.
The recovery mission is underway to recover the three remaining bodies at Fox Glacier.
We all know the drill AAA change your phone to flight mode and switch off Bluetooth, WIFI and electronic devices in preparation for take-off or landing. But why?
The Government is cracking down on online betting to try and recoup money spent offshore.
Three Greenpeace protesters remain atop a NIWA research vessel docked in Wellington, after dodging port security to get on board.
Police in Fox Glacier have confirmed the four bodies extracted from the wreckage of a crashed helicopter on Sunday are that of three women and a man.
NIWA says it is disappointed Greenpeace protesters boarded their ship in Wellington this morning, saying it is concerned they breached security.
Chronic lung disease is set to become the world's third biggest killer in the next 15 years, and a New Zealand expert says more needs to be done to improve diagnosis.
From as early as next year, shopping for a new car might first involve putting on a headset and taking a look at a holograph of want you want.
Investigators still aren't any closer to determining what caused a tragic helicopter accident that killed seven people at Fox Glacier on Saturday.
Mortgage interest rates have dropped to their lowest level in 60 years.
Three bodies have been removed from the helicopter crash site where two young Australians, four Britons and the Kiwi pilot died on Fox Glacier.
Tributes are flowing for the young 28-year-old pilot who died in a helicopter crash at Fox Glacier.
New Zealand's effort to reduce climate change has been criticised by the OECD as the world's most important climate conference approaches.
A helicopter crash at Fox Glacier on the South Island's West Coast has killed seven people.
Wellington department store Kirkcaldie & Stains has produced its last ever charity teddy bear.
As families gather to remember 5 years on from the Pike River disaster, the wounds for many remain fresh and closure still elusive, the area's mayor says.
Former All Black Richie McCaw is swapping the thrills of the rugby field for the thrills of the sky.
The Government is standing firm on its position not to repatriate the bodies of New Zealand soldiers who died in the Vietnam War.
It's one year since the Government introduced a star rating system to help people make better food choices.
There were angry scenes in Wellington today as protesters tried to stop people entering a Defence Industry Association Forum.
The Government is moving to slap the goods and service tax on online service purchases, which will mean a price rise for the likes of subscriptions to Netflix and Apple services.
3 News reporter Melissa Davies had her live cross in central Paris cut short this morning following reports of gunshots in the area.
His outspoken opinions on cats have infuriated thousands of owners, but economist Gareth Morgan says cats are serial killers and need to be controlled or culled.
Nearly 1000 anti-Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP) campaigners have turned out across the country in a series of public protests.
Air New Zealand has today announced it will offer a direct service to Vietnam starting next year.
Celebrations are underway for the 50th anniversary of tourism company Shotover Jet.
Emma Brannam and colleagues test out and review the new 12.9 inch iPad Pro, released today.
A man who alleges police punched him in the head during his arrest plans to lay a complaint.
Christchurch property developer Dave Henderson has been sentenced to four months home detention and 200 hours community service for not paying $163,000 in tax.
The threat of rain hasn't stopped the Canterbury A&P Show from getting underway this morning.
American Airlines has just announced it'll be flying direct from Auckland to Los Angeles from June next year, pending regulatory approval.
A Consumer NZ survey has found specialised shampoos claiming to prevent hair dyes fading are next to useless.
It's Cup Day at Addington and as usual, the crowd put on a show that was just as good as the action on the track.
When it comes to fashion, life can be tough for plus-size women in New Zealand.
New Zealanders wanting to retire and just stay afloat will need to top up their superannuation from somewhere, says a new report.
Cockpit information from the Russian jet which crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula registered a noise in the last second of recording, the head of an investigation committee into the disaster says.
Labour's health spokeswoman Annette King has unveiled details about her party's plan to tackle childhood obesity.
The full text of the TPP has been released, so Torben Akel went digging to find out what exactly weAAAre we signing up to.
Labour leader Andrew Little has a major problem on his hands ahead of his party's annual conference this weekend.
Chinese-owned dairy producer Yashili opened its massive new factory in Waikato today AAA the first business of its kind to open a manufacturing base overseas.
Information intercepted by US and British spies suggests a bomb may have been carried onto the Russian plane that crashed in the Sinai peninsula last week, The Times is reporting.
There is growing pressure today on NBC to cancel Donald Trump's scheduled guest host appearance on Saturday Night Live (SNL) this weekend.
The finer details of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal have been released, which is likely to spark further scrutiny about what's in it for New Zealand.
Forget the boots and backpacks, it's now possible to go tramping with just a few taps on an app, with seven of New Zealand's Great Walks captured on camera for Google Maps.