01:40
The students at Aranui are still keen to carry on tomorrow and soak up the satisfaction of completing the tough course.

'Still sore, still hungry' - High school students take on Coast to Coast challenge

Bryce Adamson and Taitama Tukaki are aiming for the Christchurch finish line today.

02:01
Labour is crying foul over proposed employment law changes despite the Government promising a new bill has gotten rid of them.

Compo up in the air for workers told to be on standby

The Unite Union and Labour say a court will have to decide what's 'reasonable compensation'.

02:59
The young girl was taken while walking to school.

'We will find him' - Police determined to catch young girl's abductor

Five-year-old Shekinah Relies-Skipper is back with her family after she was snatched off a street in Palmerston North.

01:32
Auckland is hosting the national beach volleyball finals this weekend.

'We can beat anyone' - mental preparations big focus of Rio volleyball hopefuls

New Zealand's best male pair have some tough competition ahead, but it's pressure that they're most focused on.

Three critical after horror crash south of Whanganui

The accident happened in Kaitoke, and has left two others in a serious condition.

FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2007 file photo, the Facebook logo is displayed at a Facebook announcement in New York. Facebook lost a crucial legal battle Friday Feb. 12, 2016 as a Paris court ruled the social network can be sued in France over its decision to remove the account of a French user who posted a photo of a famous 19th-century nude painting. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)

Facebook loses crucial legal battle in France

The social network could now be sued over removing a French user who posted a photo of a famous nude painting.

Collapsed buildings in Istanbul

Five-storey building collapses in Istanbul

It is not yet known if anyone was inside at the time of the collapse.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, left, and UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, right, arrive for a news conference after the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) meeting in Munich, Germany, Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)

Diplomats aim for temporary Syria truce in a week

The deal appears to be a compromise between the United States and Russia.

Police investigating homicide in Christchurch

St John Ambulance attended the address, but say nobody has been transported.

00:35
Toni Street says thank goodness for the quick thinking 91-year-old who came to the rescue of an abducted girl.

Child abduction: 'We're not as engaged with our neighbours as we used to be'

Toni Street says thank goodness for the quick thinking 91-year-old who came to the rescue of an abducted girl.

01:11
Seven Sharp is ramping up their campaign to get Mike Hosking to a far.

True, blue Kiwi gold from all of you desperate to see Hosking on a farm

Seven Sharp is ramping up their campaign to get Mike Hosking to a farm.

03:55
"Everything that you would do normally as you know a home owner you do it with no clothes on."

Time to get nude: Our reporter visits opening day at a naturist camp

"Everything that you would do normally as you know a home owner you do it with no clothes on."

02:49
The Wilson sisters, Vicki, Kelli and Amanda are the unstoppable horse-riding sisters.

Riding with the stars: The galloping showbiz career of our Kaimanawas sisters

The Wilson sisters, Vicki, Kelli and Amanda are the unstoppable horse-riding sisters.

03:47
"At the end of the day it’s about the kids and part of that is about empowering these mothers to be better parents."

Meet the lovely lawyer ladies working pro bono to help prison mums

"At the end of the day it’s about the kids and part of that is about empowering these mothers to be better parents."

03:03
When mum of two Joanne Pert was killed last month while out running in broad daylight, it made many of us question exercising alone.

A message for ladies who love to jog: Run with confidence, not fear

When mum of two Joanne Pert was killed last month while out running in broad daylight, it made many of us question exercising alone.

00:40
OK Go has released a spectacular music video, filmed in a plane shows upside down, inside out and popping balloons.

OK Go has released a spectacular music video, filmed in a plane shows upside down, inside out and popping balloons.

Watch the balloons pop! Band shoots outstanding music video completely in zero gravity

01:42
Current owners Michael Spackman and Michael Garnham are being taken to court by BNZ for unpaid loans.

NZ's most talked about beach: Slice of heaven in the Abel Tasman

Current owners Michael Spackman and Michael Garnham are being taken to court by BNZ for unpaid loans.

02:09
The visitors blew the Black Caps off the park with the home side all out for 183.

Aussies crash Brendon McCullum's 100th Test match milestone

The visitors blew the Black Caps off the park with the home side all out for 183.

02:01
Labour is crying foul over proposed employment law changes despite the Government promising a new bill has gotten rid of them.

Zero hour contracts: "The Government has broken a promise, they lied to NZ."

Zero hour contracts to become legal despite government promises

01:32
Auckland is hosting the national beach volleyball finals this weekend.

Top seeds look to make mark in their Rio bid at volleyball nationals

Auckland is hosting the national beach volleyball finals this weekend.

01:42
The men are among six people charged with the Queensland murder.

The men are among six people charged with the Queensland murder.

Bashed, tied up, forced in a box: Three Kiwis accused of gruesome double murder

01:43
Jamie Gough has vowed to seek professional help for his drinking.

Councillor admits 'there is a problem' and is sorry for drunken antics

Christchurch councillor Jamie Gough will get help for his alcohol issues after a Facebook complaint.

04:49
TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett brings you the latest updates in the weather forecast.

Certainly looking like that beach weekend for much of the country

TVNZ weatherman Dan Corbett brings you the latest updates in the weather forecast.

01:42
Canterbury University professor Roy Kerr paved the way for the latest observations after progressing Einstein's theory.

'It's as big as it gets' - Kiwi scientists react to gravitational waves discovery

Scientists have declared the discovery as astronomy's breakthrough of the century.

01:14
Umpire Richard Illingworth was quick to gesture the no ball, but replays beg the question 'what for? '

'That’s appalling' – Bracewell robbed of wicket by terrible no-ball call

Umpire Richard Illingworth was quick to gesture the no ball, but replays beg the question 'what for?'

00:34
He was on 71, but Steve Smith has lost out on getting a big sum to a fine effort by the Black Caps spinner.

Controversial no-ball call rounds off tough day at the Basin for Black Caps

All the action from the Basin Reserve where Brendon McCullum plays his 100th consecutive Test, against Australia.

The Labour leader thinks the Government should chip in the buy the Abel Tasman beach.

You did it! Kiwis raise $2m for Abel Tasman beach in epic crowdfunding campaign

More than 33,000 people chipped in to keep Awaroa beach in public hands.

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