When driving past one of Colin Craig's billboards, you could be forgiven for thinking Craig's eyes are following your every move.
Speaking with Paul on the upcoming election, he admits with a simple "no" that he doesn't believe he will win the East Coast Bay electorate.
Following speculation he might not run for the East Coast Bays electorate, Murray McCully says he is pleased to be "back in business".
At 27 Auckland blogger Graci Kim isn't old, but only a few weeks ago she faced a very real possibility that she'd never see again.
As the humble stars of Murray Ball's Footrot Flats, Wal and dog were national treasures, read every day in pretty much every newspaper in the country.
The CAA is under fire for not acting on previous complaints against hot air balloon pilot Lance Hopping.
John Key has a new challenger in his Helensville seat this election, and it's straight from the Dotcom mansion a Laila Harre.
The late Dean of Christchurch will be farewelled today at Christchurch's transitional cathedral.
People from more than 40 mental health and addictions NGOs have gathered at a public meeting to address political candidates.
Just why has John Key declined a deal with the Conservatives? And how does it help New Zealand First?
After failing to convince the Government to gift him a seat, Conservative Party leader Colin Craig now says he didn't want one anyway.
A man is in a critical condition after being crushed between two trucks in Auckland this morning.
Due to a chain of events started by a column in a weekend newspaper, a prominent Kiwi man with name suppression is being compared to Rolf Harris.
In a rare prosecution, Hayden Don pleaded guilty to possessing salmon he'd caught himself to on-sell to his friends and relatives.
A row has broken out over photographs of the fiery Carterton hot air balloon crash.
Prime Minster John Key has ruled out a deal with Conservative Party leader Colin Craig.
A court battle has broken out over still images of the Carterton hot air balloon, taken after it had crashed and caught alight.
Prime Minister John Key has confirmed Murray McCully will stand in the East Coast Bays electorate.
Problems with violence and free-riders have prompted Auckland Transport to consider setting up a special train-based police force.
Campaigners say Kiwi men have the power to change New Zealand's damning rate of sexual violence.
Tame Iti says yesterday's meeting with Police Commissioner Mike Bush was "necessary" to heal the hurt caused by 2007's Urewera raids.
Twelve students and three staff from Turakina Maori Girls College are recovering after a bus crash south of Gisborne.
There are concerns over responses from the Child, Youth and Family crisis line.
A competition for girls at Unitec in Auckland aims to start getting more Kiwi women involved.
It took three 111 calls and 21 minutes for an ambulance to arrive at the Auckland scene where a boy had sustained a head injury.
The police have made an historic apology to families in Tuhoe today.
Thirteen people are being taken to hospital after a bus crashed south of Gisborne.
A death knell has been sounded for the future of the Maori Party's flagship policy, Whanau Ora.
Torben Akel takes the pulse of the Maori seats, which could be pivotal in this election.
Social commentator Bevan Chuang and public affairs consultant Ryan Malone discuss Gerry Brownlee's recent airport security breach.
Plans to build Wellington's Basin Reserve flyover were dashed this week, but NZTA is determined to find a solution for the traffic.
Northland farmers and regional council at odds over how to sort issues with the overflowing Lake Omapere.
There is no national screening programme for bowel cancer and it's something many of us are uncomfortable talking about.
A campaign by Women's Refuge to bring back suffragette Kate Sheppard is almost complete.
Peter Edwards has been jailed for selling black market guns to known gang members and drug dealers.
Questions about gun control have been raised after a man purchased multiple firearms and sold them to gang members.
3 News understands it was a volunteer worker who let Gerry Brownlee through airport security yesterday.
Matariki began with the rising of a cluster of seven stars and will end with a series of events around the country.
Victims of serial rapist Malcolm Rewa could sue police for failing to investigate their claims, says an expert on the case.
Jacinda Ardern and Jami-Lee Ross take a look at the week in politics - Gerry Brownlee, burning flags and the cover of Rugby News.
Parental support organisation Toughlove is calling on political parties to outline their plans to help at-risk youth and their families.
A south Auckland high school has been visiting primary schools to promote Te Reo to a younger generation.
A major report has been released into New Zealand waters, using the work of 16 scientists and co-ordinated by businessman Gareth Morgan.
reporter Ali Ikram went to Cromwell Park with three trees - a totara, a kauri and a pohutukawa, to see what Aucklanders thought.
This week is Maori Language week - a week in which we celebrates a language that, like our landscape and our native flora and fauna, is unique to us.
NZ First leader Winston Peters has labelled John Key a poser and imposter after yet another photo opportunity coup.
Keen rugby player April Miller has been told she is no longer allowed to play in the men's competition in Southland.
MPI has revealed its new incursion detection dogs, aimed at finding biohazards that have made it past the border.
John Key has turned down Gerry Brownlee's offer of resignation after the Transport Minister breached security at Christchurch Airport.
The driver of a train which crashed at Lower Hutt's Melling station had cannabis in his system at the time.
The IPCA says police failed in parts of their Malcolm Rewa inquiry, but is unclear if it impacted their ability to catch him.
The leaders of our two biggest political parties are taking contrasting stances on apologising this week.
Cardrona general manager Bridget Legnavsjy says the ski field has had 27cm of snow this week, making it a great time to hit the slopes.
The party plans go into the night with some great New Zealand acts, and more importantly to talk about politics with Kiwi youth.
The NZ First leader has previously made allegations of widespread fraud in post-quake Christchurch, but naming someone is a serious step.
Campbell Live has had about 150 separate complaints about Stonewood, so we went back to the company and demanded an explanation.
Taking the ultimate selfie has reached a new level in New Zealand with the help of drones.
The leader of the Mana Party, Hone Harawira, has supported flag burning at a pro-Palestinian march in Auckland.
A mother has complained to the Human Rights Commission after her son was bullied for not taking part in bible lessons.
Bay of Plenty Polytech today achieved the biggest number of people dipping toast soldiers simultaneously into boiled eggs.