England collapsed to 58 all out as only a defiant last-wicket stand helped them past the lowest total in their 141-year Test history.Read the full story ›
England paid for a costly collapse as Ross Taylor's superlative century clinched a five-wicket win for New ZealandRead the full story ›
Children sent to live abroad in the aftermath of World War Two were exposed to sexual violence and other threats, an inquiry has found.Read the full story ›
This footage from New Zealand demonstrates the immense power of nature.
It was filmed on South Island, which was hit by the remnants of Cyclone Gita.
Gita has left a trail of destruction across the country, damaging buildings and leaving thousands of homes without power.
Warren Gatland could achieve "spectacular things" as a future All Blacks head coach, according to Lawrence Dallaglio.Read the full story ›
New Zealand's recently elected prime minister has announced that she is pregnant.Read the full story ›
New Zealand winger Julian Savea is considering switching codes to play rugby league after being dropped by the All Blacks.
Savea, who is just three short of Doug Howlett's All Blacks record of 49 tries, has not featured for his country since the drawn series against the British and Irish Lions in July.
When asked about switching from union to rugby league, the 27-year-old told newshub.co.nz: "It's always been in the back of my mind."
Savea said he would "definitely think about it" and added he would have to "weigh up the pros and cons and what's best for my family".
"The All Blacks is the end goal but not a real focus at the moment," he added.
New Zealand are out of the World Cup after Fiji edged a try-less game to book a World Cup semi-final date with Australia.
The Kiwis, finalists in the last three tournaments, looked a shadow of their former selves and Fiji took advantage to claim a 4-2 victory in an error-strewn first meeting between the sides.
Fiji dominated the first half in Wellington but were too slow and laboured to break the Kiwis down as they failed to add to Apisai Koroisau's penalty.
The Bati could not make the most of Jordan Rapana's sin-binning and only held a slender advantage heading into the closing stages after Shaun Johnson and Taane Milne exchanged two-pointers.
But that proved to be enough as they held on to reach a third successive semi-final.
The All Blacks are unfazed by Eddie Jones' detective work on their Test rugby supremacy, according to boss Steve Hansen.Read the full story ›
A political party has been ordered to pay Eminem more than £300,000 after ripping off one of his songs during an election campaign.Read the full story ›