Records are there to be broken and for the next player to come along and beat me as well. - Ross Taylor

Watch: Humble Ross Taylor embracing new record after passing Nathan Astle with 17th ODI century - 'It's a little bit embarrassing!'

02:23
Commentators say the deal will be a win for consumers in the short term, however there is concern that it could result in a less competitive market.

Sky's proposed merger with Vodafone rejected by Commerce Commission

The Commerce Commission has turned down the merger.

00:25
The footage shows how Ford's decision to land on the taxiway came close to causing a major catastrophe.

The footage shows how Ford's decision to land on the taxiway came close to causing a major catastrophe.

Video: The horrifying moment Harrison Ford flies plane perilously close to packed jet at US airport

Five people suffer serious injuries after shooting incident in Whangarei

Three of the injured have had surgery, while another is currently in Auckland Hospital awaiting surgery.

00:54
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star.

NASA discovers seven Earth-sized planets in record find

For the first time ever, astronomers have discovered seven Earth-size planets orbiting a nearby star — and these new worlds could hold life.

04:25
Andrew Saville and Stephen Stuart gaze into their crystal ball to find week one’s winners.

Late Hits: Sav & Steve's Super Rugby picks, round 1

Andrew Saville and Stephen Stuart gaze into their crystal ball to find week one's winners.

01:17
Tweedie Waititi explained how proud her whanau, hapu, iwi and now country are of the new New Zealander of the Year.

'We're just proud' – Taika Waititi's sister, wearing stunning kaitaka huaki cloak, beams with pride at director's achievements

Tweedie Waititi explained how proud her whanau, hapu, iwi and now country are of the new New Zealander of the Year.

04:28
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse announces measures to stop employers who breach immigration and employment law from recruiting migrant workers.

Employers who breach immigration rules face two-year ban on overseas recruiting

"Migrant workers have the same rights as any other worker," said Michael Woodhouse.

04:41
'People are starting to die now in large numbers due to starvation’, World Vision’s Alex Snary tells Breakfast.

'Get behind the agencies and make a donation' - World Vision appeals to Kiwis to do their bit to tackle South Sudan famine

'People are starting to die now in large numbers due to starvation’, World Vision’s Alex Snary tells Breakfast.

00:31
Entitled "Diana: Her Fashion story", the new exhibition at Kensington Place showcases 25 of Princess Diana’s dresses and outfits.

Princess Diana's life in fashion displayed in new exhibition

"Diana: Her Fashion Story" opens at Kensington Palace in London on Saturday, displaying 25 of her dresses.

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Jay Z to become first rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame

The rapper will be inducted into the prestigious organisation in June.

01:46
Schools are being told to budget for the growing needs of transgender students.

Trump administration to revoke new guidelines on bathroom access for transgender students

The US president believes states should decide, not the federal government.

01:49
The filmmaker was both humble and typically comedic in his acceptance speech from Los Angeles.

New Zealander of the Year Taika Waititi 'stuck in LA', pleads 'come and get me' in hilarious speech

"The meals are too big and everything's too loud here, the accents, it's horrible," said the filmmaker.

Sally Amon and her son Max Amon of Olivette, Mo., react as they saw toppled gravestone of her grandmother Anna Ida Hutkin at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, a suburb of St. Louis on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Vandals have damaged or tipped over as many as 200 headstones at the Jewish cemetery in suburban St. Louis, leaving the region's Jewish community shaken and anxious. (Robert Cohen/St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP)

Support floods in for vandalised Jewish cemetery in St. Louis

As of this morning, over $92,000 has been raised.

00:26
Five people are believed to be on board the plane which crashed in Melbourne this morning.

'Can you imagine the shock?' Family members of Melbourne plane crash victims heading to Australia

The victims' wives were in Melbourne at the time of the shocking incident.

01:10
TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett with the latest update.

Great weather for a picnic: Fine, dry and warm for most

TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett with the latest update.

00:25

Two people remain in critical condition after tourist bus crashes down bank near Akaroa

Four others are in a serious condition after a tourist bus crashed yesterday.

01:30
Wayne Shaw, reserve goalie for Sutton United, has resigned after admitting knowing bets were planned on his big chomp in the dugout.

Goalie eating pie no funny matter for FA and Gambling Commission

Wayne Shaw, Sutton's reserve goalie, has resigned over the matter.

00:38
A video has gone viral of a woman getting revenge on men who dared hassle her in London.

Online heroine: Cyclist gets revenge on pig-headed men abusing her at London intersection

Catcallers take note. Do not hassle someone like this because there will be payback.

01:56
Forty seven teams were welcomed to Hawke's Bay for four days of competition.

Marae covering length of Hawke's Bay full to the brim for premier kapa haka event

Forty seven teams are staying in marae between Wairoa in the north and Dannevirke to the south.

01:59
Foran says leaving Sydney and getting back to his roots in NZ has been a "breath of fresh air".

NZ solace pays off for Warriors recruit Kieran Foran starting fresh

Foran says leaving Sydney and getting back to his roots in NZ has been a "breath of fresh air".

French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, right, stands at the entrance of Dar al-Fatwa building the headquarters of the Sunni Mufti, as she refused to enter with a head scarf on her head to meet with of Lebanon's Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdel-Latif Derian, in Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Le Pen refused to go into a meeting with Lebanon's Grand mufti after his aides asked her to wear a head scarf. Le Pen said she met in the past with the Grand mufti of Egypt's Al-Azhar, one of the world's top Sunni clerics, without wearing a veil. Once she was told it is different here, Le Pen walked toward her car and left. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

End of the euro? French presidential candidate plots return of the franc

Marine Le Pen wants France to take control of its money subject to a referendum that would lead France out of the EU and its shared currency.

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