A quarrelsome discussion about the Ports of Auckland has seen Mayor Len Brown walk out of a council meeting.
The signing of a free trade deal between New Zealand and South Korea has been overshadowed by another row over spying.
Len Brown has refused to put to bed reports his campaign team have ditched him for next year's local body elections.
A National MP has been recorded telling a protester there would be "consequences" if she didn't stay quiet during the Northland by-election campaign.
A possible nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran looks to be on shaky ground.
Voting is underway in Israel, and while turnout is expected to be high, many Israelis are still deciding who should lead their country.
Ten years ago, Campbell Live dedicated an entire hour to an exclusive interview with David Lange, who reflects on his life and the lead-up to becoming Prime Minister.
After 18 months of intense negotiations, "it's time to get it done", says Secretary of State John Kerry.
John Key says he would have been "dragged through the papers" if he'd had to correct a mistake like Metiria Turei did last night.
Anna Burns-Francis took a trip up north to see what the community thinks of Winston Peters' proposed widening of 10 single-lane bridges.
Winston Peters has shown up John Key by uploading a video of him successfully hammering a nail into a campaign hoarding in Northland.
John Key has pledged to use his own money to buy one school's lunches for a year, if a claim 90 percent of children are going without it every day is true.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy discusses why it took so long to alert the public of the 1080 threat to Fonterra.
Prime Minister John Key is adamant the GCSB has not been collecting data on New Zealanders in the Pacific - and that Pacific leaders are fine with the surveillance.
US President Barack Obama marks the 50th anniversary of the Edmund Pettus Bridge march, which initiated black voting rights.
Teina Pora could be in line for compensation of around $2 million after his convictions for the rape and murder of Ms Burdett were quashed.
As the law lords were about to deliver their judgement last night, Teina Pora's closest supporters gathered at a house in a quiet street in Auckland's Grey Lynn to hear the announcement.
Teina Pora, who was convicted twice for the rape and murder of Auckland woman Susan Burdett, has won his appeal.
Russian investigators are scrambling to track down the killers of Boris Nemtsov as fresh details emerge about the most shocking political assassination of Vladimir Putin's rule.
Masterton mayor Lyn Patterson, Carterton mayor John Booth, and south Wairarapa mayor Adrienne Staples all see no benefit at all joining the regions together.
Ali Ikram met up with Auckland Council's parks manager to ask whose job it is to keep walkways, parks and reserves around New Zealand clean and tidy.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged Russia to carry out a thorough investigation into the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, gunned down on Friday (local time) in a contract-style killing, admitted he had feared for his life.