22:26 Christchurch Police confirm a man reported missing, Roussi Yaniez, has been located, and is safe and well.
21:34 A person has died when a truck ended up submerged in a drain on a farm in Northland.
20:05 Samantha Hayes will be the next co-presenter of Newshub Live at 6pm alongside Mike McRoberts, MediaWorks has announced.
19:40 Another jolt for residents of Christchurch as a 3.8 quake rattles the city.
16:08 A fisherman has been trapped on rocks by the tide near the Whakatane Heads in the Eastern Bay of Plenty
Fri, 03 Aug 2012
Mars Rover "Curiosity" landing explained
Come Monday there may be an amazing new robotic explorer on Mars or there may be a new pile of junk. It all likely depends on many things going correctly in the minutes after the Mars Science Laboratory mission arrives at Mars and attempts to deploy the Curiosity rover from orbit. These "Seven Minutes of Terror" -- depicted in the above dramatic video -- will begin on Monday, August 6 at about 5:24 am Universal time. If successful, the car-sized Curiosity rover will rest on the surface of Mars, soon to begin exploring Gale Crater.