Back In The Day
1988: Relive the glorious time when Todd and 16-year-old Charisma took gold again.
Back in the Day: Mark Todd and Charisma win gold at Seoul Olympics
The New Zealand Educational Institute claims it has research showing schools will end up with less money.
Dispute over effect of school funding change
With graffiti out of control in the Auckland suburb, a group of gang members and street kids took it on themselves to clean up the streets.
Back in the Day: Mangere gets a lick of paint
1988: After the huge beast visited a farm in Coromandel, a statue of him was made and put on display at Fieldays.
Back in the day: Fibreglass replica of elephant seal Humphrey created
1988: Wellingtonians are excited after the latest craze of putting custom number plates catches on.
Back in the Day: Motorists revved up over personalised plates
1999: Traffic delays in Auckland cost Kiwis $750 million a year.
Back in the Day: Aucklanders grapple with gridlock - and it's costing the country
Team NZ dominated Team Dennis Conner's Stars & Stripes 5-0 to win the America's Cup in 1995.
Back in the Day: Sir Peter Blake and Team NZ clinch the America's Cup
1999: Entrepreneur Sean Morgan launches his online auction site.
Back in the Day: Trade Me makes its debut
1989: Not only does the remarkable little bird have an extra leg, he also eats during the day.
Back in the Day: Three-legged kiwi is discovered on the West Coast
1990: The wrestling duo Bushwhackers have arrived back home in New Zealand.
Back in the Day: The Kiwi wrestlers that shout, spit and lick each other
1996: Telecom issues seven digit numbers to cope with the rise of the Kiwis with mobile phones.
Back in the Day: Kiwis go cellphone crazy forcing Telecom to change numbers
1994: Merv Pinny has big aspirations to go from Waikato farmer to pop star.
Back in the Day: Farmer by day, pop singer by night
1991: Furore over “inhuman” fish cocktail served in Wellington bar.
Back in the Day: Would you like a live goldfish with your tequila?
1997: Fire was set at Carisbrook during the test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
Back in the Day: Scarfies hijack Test match by setting fire to couches on Carisbrook terrace
1995: An Invercargill lawnmower shop accepts a goat as an old lawnmower trade-in.
Back in the Day: An Invercargill store isn't 'kidding' around with its lawnmower deal
2000: Team NZ were the first team to successfully defend the Cup outside of the US.
Back in the Day: Team NZ make America's Cup history
1988: Hardy Amies praises men's casual fashion style.
Back in the Day: Kiwi men's shorts praised by fashion expert
In 1997, a young Bowden gave Paul Holmes a demo on his signalling techniques.
Back in the Day: 'Eccentric' Kiwi umpire Billy Bowden demonstrates his extravagent moves
2007: The 10-metre colossal squid was caught by a fisherman in the Ross Sea.
Back in the Day: NZ fisherman lands giant squid
1990: The Pogues talked to the host about their tour in New Zealand.
Back in the Day: Paul Holmes helps The Pogues sing Danny Boy live on air
35 years ago today was the event that sent Anzac relations into the ditch; the infamous underarm delivery from Trevor Chappell to Brian McKechnie at the MCG.
Back in the Day: Underarm delivery the ultimate Trans-Tasman transgression
1998: Blast from the past- Mike McRoberts reported live from the names of the Black Caps.
Back in the Day: Cricket New Zealand reveal new name for men's team
1962: Snell broke the record at Cooks Gardens, Wanganui.
Back in the Day: The moment Peter Snell breaks world mile record in Wanganui
2004: These men went fishing the hard way.
Back in the Day: Northland men bag monster blue marlin using just a spear and a never give up attitude
1994: It was Wellington Anniversary’s big day at the Trentham raceway.
Back in the Day: Rachel Hunter and Rod Stewart bring the glam to Cup Day
In 1988, this was a very sad day for those who cared about one of Auckland's landmark buildings.
Back in the Day: Thousands of petition names fail to save His Majesty's Theatre
Prime Minister Robert Muldoon attends the New Year's Day Auckland Cup at Ellerslie in 1983.
Back in the Day: Rob Muldoon kicks off the new year at the races
In December 1988 a revamped look for police cars was revealed.
Back in the Day: New look cop cars with go-faster stripes hit the road
The stockmarket crash of 1987 didn't stop Kiwis from hitting the shops.
Back in the Day: How Aucklanders got ready for Christmas in 1987
1987: Even with a good album behind them, things weren't easy overseas for the well-known Kiwi band.
Back in the Day: The Chills return from their UK and Europe tour