00:32
New Zealand deliver yet another miraculous play to win tournament

All Blacks Sevens escape punishment for fielding eight players against Australia

World Rugby says it had concluded its investigation into what happened in Sydney.

00:43
McCullum will be playing in his 100th consecutive Test on Friday against Australia.

'I got my helmet out of the bag before and it's rancid!' - Brendon McCullum

McCullum plays in his 100th consecutive Test today at the Basin Reserve.

04:46
A University of Auckland professor explains why the detection of gravitational waves matters.

Want to get your head around the big breakthrough in astronomy? This should help

A physics professor explains why the detection of gravitational waves matters.

Police made the grim discovery in a submerged toolbox in a dam yesterday.

Kiwi trio accused of murdering Australian pair in grisly circumstances

Police fear they've discovered the remains of missing pair Cory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru.

01:33
The large fire took hours to contain overnight.

The large fire took hours to contain overnight.

Digger fire spreads to pine forest, driver injured

00:48
Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph gives his take on Malakai Fekitoa's 'anger' confession.

'He just needs to play rugby' - Jamie Joseph crystal clear on Fekitoa's priority

Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph gives his take on Malakai Fekitoa's 'anger' confession.

A trader wipes his face at the stock market in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

Britain's FTSE sinks to three-year low as global markets continue to shudder

Concerns are growing that mounting market turmoil could put a brake on an already struggling global economy.

00:47
Einstein first proposed the waves existed in his 1916 Theory of Relativity.

Huge scientific breakthrough compared to 'Galileo taking up the telescope'

Scientists say they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples that Einstein predicted a century ago.

03:44
“There’s no laws in place that say we have to keep them swimmable so that’s our number one priority to change that legislation.”

Petition to raise freshwater standard to 'swimmable'

A documentary crew is collecting signatures to petition the Government in March.

A train derailment near Beni Suef, Egypt.

Dozens injured in Egypt train derailment

The train hit a wall while trying to avoid a train heading in the opposite direction.

01:56
Gerry Brownlee says he’s only 50 per cent satisfied with the advice we’re giving in Iraq.

Kiwi troops could be attacked by Iraqis they're training - Goff

'Soldiers being trained, for whatever reasons, train their weapons on those that are training them'.

01:45
Police say they didn’t know the five-month-old was in the car which crashed and rolled at Kumeu.

Cops question Auckland pursuit: 'Did it mean he needed to put the baby at risk?'

The driver was fleeing because he was in breach of his bail conditions.

01:40
Farmers are expecting fluctuating land and commodity prices to put further pressure on them

Land and commodity prices spell a tough year ahead for farmers in the south

Not only will land prices perhaps drop, it's likely we'll see a knock-on effect.

Teacher shoots six colleagues dead in Saudi Arabia

No motivation has been found for the mass killing in the southern Jazan province.

Fire rips through industrial building in Taranaki

Fire crews battled the blaze late into the night.

00:39
Mike Hosking says Fekitoa did a brave thing by publicly addressing his anger issues.

Well done Fekitoa: ‘Just because you’re elite, doesn’t mean you’re not human’

Mike Hosking says Fekitoa did a brave thing by publicly addressing his anger issues.

00:32
Toni Street says the argument that pilots shouldn’t be tested because they’re “responsible employees” is rubbish.

‘Resistance to pilots being randomly drug tested is worrying’

Toni Street says the argument that pilots shouldn’t be tested because they’re “responsible employees” is rubbish.

01:34
Pressure is mounting for Mike Hosking to visit a farm – will he accept the challenge?

Kiwis keen to see Gucci-shoes Hosking roughing it on a farm

Pressure is mounting for Mike Hosking to visit a farm – will he accept the challenge?

02:51
John has worked at the Auckland theatre for 13 years and has never ventured up the steps.

‘You definitely feel something here’: Rumours of Phantom ghost residing in Civic

John has worked at the Auckland theatre for 13 years and has never ventured up the steps.

03:44
“There’s no laws in place that say we have to keep them swimmable so that’s our number one priority to change that legislation.”

Young Kiwis’ on crusade to improve water quality in our rivers and lakes

“There’s no laws in place that say we have to keep them swimmable so that’s our number one priority to change that legislation.”

Queen St bunk-sharing ad taken down

The ad on Trade Me for a female flatmate for a bottom bunk attracted some media attention.

00:21
A Polish man has nursed a baby squirrel back to health and now the two are inseparable.

Ever considered a hyperactive red squirrel as a pet? Well this man did

A Polish man has nursed a baby squirrel back to health and now the two are inseparable.

'He had a nice car too...': Lamborghini owner sympathetic after pricey crash in Auckland CBD

The two luxury cars collided outside a car park on Auckland's High Street.

05:06
The humble former Christchurch headboy says overcoming cancer has given him a whole new lease on life.

The humble former Christchurch headboy says overcoming cancer has given him a whole new lease on life.

Jake Bailey full interview: 'That haka was the most powerful thing I've ever experienced'

To look back on hard work achieved, that's what I got into the game for - Brendon McCullum

Brendon McCullum reflects on his masterful career: 'That's going to be the last memory I have'

01:39
Tickets for Prince’s first New Zealand tour were snapped up in just 10 minutes.

Tickets for Prince’s first New Zealand tour were snapped up in just 10 minutes.

Meet NZ's diehard Prince fans: 'This is the best day of my life'

01:45
Police say they didn’t know the five-month-old was in the car which crashed and rolled at Kumeu.

Cops defend high-speed Auckland pursuit involving five-month-old baby

The chased car ended up on its roof outside the Cooper's Creek winery in Kumeu.

02:04
They believe a $20 million compensation fund will only cover big, commercial companies.

'I'll probably go bankrupt' - commercial fishermen fear Marlborough Sounds ban

The Government is proposing a recreational fishing park to protect fish stocks in the Sounds.

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