Derek Handley discusses the winners and losers from the past 25 years of the World Wide Web.
Tautoro School are taking a leap into the laptop age, with a new scheme that sees every kid with their own device.
Previously unheard audio that reveals breakdowns, missing equipment and a gas leak.
Experts are warning about a hallucinogenic drug that put four young men in hospital over the weekend and has been linked to deaths overseas.
John Key has set the date for this year's General Election. The nation will go to the polls on September 20.
Justice David Gendall told the jurors to ignore their feelings about gangs and focus on the facts.
The Environmental Protection Agency is considering an application for seabed mining in south Taranaki.
Trusts and donations are causing headaches for Cunliffe and Key, with accusations of "trickiness" on both sides.
Len Brown is calling on the Government to embark on a nationwide review of the way local councils are funded.
Sex workers in Christchurch are concerned for their safety after two serious assaults in the city last week.
Rescuers had to use explosives to free a man trapped in a cave near Nelson today.
The Greens want the Govt to sign up to an accord to ensure transactions between governments and oil, gas and mineral companies are made public.
Fancy fundraising dinners raising thousands of dollars from undisclosed donors aren't "tricky".
National has a commanding poll lead, but given MMP and the woes of potential coalition partners that's no guarantee of success.
Information about a $105,000 donation to the National Party is being kept secret by Prime Minister John Key.
Colin Craig says he doesn't yet know which electorate seat he will run for in this year's election.
The sun was out in Christchurch following last week's flooding, but the clean-up continued in some of the worst hit suburbs.
Policy holders are combining forces to take group action against their insurer, Southern Response.
On the 13th time the street had flooded, Jo Byrnes and her family decided to start packing their things.
Sakurako Uehara's surgeon says her injuries are "as bad as it gets" after she was attacked by four dogs.
The council at the centre of an anti-fluoride court case says today's outcome gives certainty to local government.
Residents of a Christchurch apartment complex spent the day dragging drowned cars out of an underground car park.
A shop selling legal highs in south Auckland has up to 40 people queuing each morning for it to open.
Both alleged assaults were against street workers and one was of a sexual nature.
Police have discovered what they suspect is a meth lab in an upscale apartment in central Wellington.
Was it just an act of God, or do politicians bear some responsibility for the Christchurch floods?
The Greens want a 'blue zone' to allow owners of flood-damaged properties to cut their losses and move out.
Rebecca Wright with a group of locals about how they have managed to get through it, and why they choose to stay.
The stories of two Lyttleton women and their desperate sense of frustration.
today, those who weren't affected by the floods, rushed to help those who were.
Tristram Clayton spent the past three days at Astrolabe Reef with exclusive access to the entire salvage operation.
New Brighton resident believes that nobody wants to admit to the reality in Christchurch.
Scientists are warning rising sea levels will make coastal flooding much more common.
Mauha Fawcett has delivered his closing statements, confessing to lying in police interviews but maintaining he played no part in Mellory Manning's death.
A Ngapuhi elder has threatened to block the Prime Minister from returning to Waitangi's lower marae.
Power has been restored to most of Banks Peninsula tonight as residents clean up and salvage what they can.
Some homeowners forced from their properties don't know when, or even if, they will be allowed back.
Eight people have been arrested as police crack down on outdoor-grown crops across Auckland.
Two people have suffered burns after a gas explosion in a central city Auckland building.
David Cunliffe was caught out for a donations trust in his leadership campaign, and an investment trust that he failed to declare.
Christchurch is in clean-up mode today as the city scrambles to repair itself following severe flooding and gale-force winds.
A Christchurch community leader says without people banding together, the flood-damage would have been even worse.
Residents are being warned of health risks from contaminated floodwaters.
Paul discusses a survey that has found there's a certain amount of confusion about some of the common terms in technology.
John Campbell and Anna Burns-Francis took to the flooded streets of Christchurch.
Homes damaged in the earthquakes from below are now ravaged by rain from above.
From all over New Zealand, people recorded their own messages about their Novopay experiences.
At least 15 people became sick at Auckland Airport from fumes from carpet cleaning chemicals.
David Cunliffe failed to declare a financial trust, as MPs are required to do with investments.
The family of a man killed after a train hit his truck say he died after getting stuck.
A landslide has forced even more evacuations as floodwaters continue to cause havoc across Canterbury.
The cliff collapse that breached the jet fuel tank at Lyttelton forced the evacuation of nearby residents.
Helicopter footage shows the full extent of Christchurch's one-in-100-year flood.
Auckland Council's animal management staff give their perspective on dog attacks.
The Mayor of Tauranga says two-and-a-half years after the Rena sank, many businesses are still waiting for compensation.
Labour leader David Cunliffe says the National Party has been using blind trusts to funnel donations for a long time.
Flooding has forced several people out of their homes and thousands are still without power in Christchurch.
There are 125,000 people who describe themselves as Ngapuhi - So John Campbell went north to learn more.
The restricted license is now harder than ever beforeto pass, so Ali Ikram put four NZ drivers to the test.
Community leaders where a young girl was savaged by four dogs are warning against a vigilante backlash.