01:39
The suprise 5-2 away win was centred around an amazing display from the Australian striker.

Phoenix shock Wanderers through Powell's four stunning goals

The surprise 5-2 away win was centred around an amazing display from the Australian striker.

Faithful wave to Pope Francis as he makes his way on the popemobile to Mexico City's main square, the Zocalo.

Tepid applause as Pope criticises church and state leaders in Mexico

Pope Francis says church and state leaders in Mexico have often failed their people.

A fire in Upper Hutt burns into the evening.

Houses evacuated over Hutt fire - likely to burn through the night

The two-hectare scrub fire behind Maidstone Park has been burning for several hours now.

00:44
In a tightly contested affair, the Breakers final scoring play and defense proved the difference in their game at Hisense Arena.

Breakers steal last second win against Melbourne United

In a tightly contested affair, the Breakers final scoring play and defense proved the difference in their game at Hisense Arena.

00:49
The Kiwi WRC driver consolidated his hold on 2nd place despite some thinking he was losing control on the course.

Hayden Paddon continues stellar performance at Rally of Sweden

The Kiwi WRC driver consolidated his hold on 2nd place despite some thinking he was losing control on the course.

02:38
Caz lives with Palmerston North couple Gretchen Good and Dan Nash, as well as their two kids Leo and Tiffany.

Good Sorts: Caz the dog could almost be a third parent

Caz lives with Palmerston North couple Gretchen Good and Dan Nash, as well as their two kids Leo and Tiffany.

02:05
The ‘Nature’s Wonders’ farm and eco venture went on to the market this week.

Historic Otago Peninsula property could be sold overseas, owner says

The ‘Nature’s Wonders’ farm and eco venture went on to the market this week.

01:51
Wicked Campers has come under fire before, and now the Whangarei District Council is being pushed to take action.

MP pushing for crude slogans on campervans to go

Wicked Campers has come under fire before, and now the Whangarei District Council is being pushed to take action.

01:37
The one-year-old infant has been treated for burns received on Nauru, and staff don’t wamt her to be sent back.

Aussie hospital staff keep baby from returning to detention centre

The one-year-old infant has been treated for burns received on Nauru, and staff don’t want her to be sent back.

00:21
The virus is linked to birth defects, and the virus is thought to have already infected more than 30,000 people in the country.

5000 pregnant Colombian women have Zika virus

The virus is linked to birth defects, and the virus is thought to have already infected more than 30,000 people in the country.

01:40
Russia’s prime minister has accused the west of rekindling a cold war.

War of words breaks out a day after Syria ceasefire

Russia’s prime minister has accused the west of rekindling a cold war.

00:44
The man is in his fifties, has salt and pepper hair and is of Caucasian ethnicity.

Description of Palmerston North man who abducted girl released

The man is in his fifties, has salt and pepper hair and is of Caucasian ethnicity.

01:42
The Prime Minister was glitter-bombed and booed off the stage after ten seconds of speaking.

John Key glitter-bombed, booed off stage at Big Gay Out

Mr Key was making his annual visit to the event, where in the past he has received a generally positive reception.

00:58
Nikki Kaye said Christchurch was more used to earthquakes than most, and more aftershocks and quakes are not being ruled out.

Seismologists not surprised after 'very good shake' rattles Christchurch again

"This was certainly quite big and enough to scare people," GeoNet says.

02:08
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise bought jewellery for staff at a cost of nearly $40,000.

'I think taxpayers will feel aggrieved' - Labour unhappy with NZTE staff gifts

Labour says the pounamu pendants are an extravagance at the taxpayers' expense.

01:09
The Black Caps captain went upstairs with an appeal, but he was proved out in what is a sad finish to his international batting career at the Basin Reserve.

Australia tighten grip on first test as Black Caps bats continue to struggle

Day Three didn't get much better for the hosts, as Voges and the Aussie bowlers continued their fine form.

04:12
The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

After a settled spell of weather, things are set to get interesting

The ONE News team brings you the latest weather update.

02:51
Hoverboards, mascots and the free throw line – this year’s Slam Dunk comp was absolutely ridiculous.

Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon trade insane dunks in All Star competition

Hoverboards, mascots and the free throw line – this year’s Slam Dunk comp was absolutely ridiculous.

03:49
Witnesses said the quake felt long, up to 20 seconds, and some in the area panicked as the strong shaking hit.

Christchurch shocked and shaken again as 5.7 quake hits

Cliffs collapsed and minor damage was reported but there were no serious injuries.

02:34
It was shaky on the course, but the world number one proved her status with a composed final round.

Lydia Ko shrugs off quake and competitors to win third NZ Women's Open

It was shaky on the course, but the world number one proved her status with a composed final round.

01:09
The Black Caps captain went upstairs with an appeal, but he was proved out in what is a sad finish to his international batting career at the Basin Reserve.

Disappointing end to Day Three for Black Caps as McCullum falls in final over

New Zealand has bowled Australia out today but the visitors have a healthy lead in the Test.

01:09
The Black Caps captain went upstairs with an appeal, but he was proved out in what is a sad finish to his international batting career at the Basin Reserve.

Brendon McCullum dismissed in final over to disappointing LBW

The Black Caps captain went upstairs with an appeal, but he was proved out.

00:28
The effects of the powerful 5.7 earthquake were evident, with many litres of water being thrown out of the pool.

Christchurch quake turns swimming pool into wave pool

The effects of the powerful 5.7 earthquake were evident, with many litres of water being thrown out of the pool.

00:51
The crowd were on their feet to welcome out the retiring Black Cap, but there may be some confusion over who they were applauding.

McCullum's entry to Basin Reserve botched by grounds announcer

The crowd were on their feet to welcome out the retiring Black Cap, but there may be some confusion over who they were applauding.

00:15
The controversial batsman finished his interview with Tom Moody with the same one-liner and laughter.

Chris Gayle mockingly revives 'don't blush' comment

The controversial batsman finished his interview with Tom Moody with the same one-liner and laughter.

Fast-moving scrub fire closes Waikato Expressway off-ramp

The fast-moving fire does not pose a threat to people in the area.

00:17
The earthquake hit just days out from the five-year anniversary of the 6.3 Canterbury quake, which saw 185 people killed.

As it happened: Major earthquake strikes Christchurch

Civil Defence activated its emergency centre when the 5.7 quake struck.

A fire truck at Green Bay High School.

Scrub fire sets house alight in South Auckland

The fire threatened multiple houses in the Otahuhu area and several fire crews were brought in to protect them.

01:40
Two fire crews are currently attending the fire which is visible from the Basin Reserve

Fire breaks out on Wellington's Mt Victoria as cricket crowd looks on

Fourteen engines attended the pine tree fire, which took hold just before 2.30pm.

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