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Every year more than 2000 New Zealanders are diagnosed with some form of skin cancer, and a lot of the damage is done in childhood.
A couple that purchased a burial plot next to relatives 27 years ago have discovered it has been onsold and now has someone else in it.
A man who lost more than half his body weight has thrown himself in to the Muddy Good Run near Ashburton.
Forget the scorching-hot plastic waterslides of your childhood. This one's inflatable, 600m long, and takes you on a scenic journey over a stretch of grassy Auckland farmland.
A Masterton rest home and one of its nurses have been condemned after a terminally ill woman likely died in pain because of confusion over her drugs.
Campbell Live asked four dietitians from Dietitians New Zealand to each make a lunch they would give to their own children.
The mother of a boy who became seriously ill from chickenpox is urging others to get their children vaccinated.
So far there's been no decision on whether to send New Zealand medics or military troops, but MFAT says it's considering what further help we can provide.
A stress consultant believes New Zealand is falling into a dangerous 'always on call' culture, with one in 10 Kiwis unable to separate work and private life.
New Zealand's very first Beard and Moustache Championships were held at the Kings Arms in Auckland.
A 20-year-old Cantabrian has lost a whopping 52kgs in the past two years by sticking to the paleo diet.
A blue-green algae which can cause skin rash, nausea and stomach cramps has been found in Lake Forsyth.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has checked out New Zealand's ability to handle Ebola cases and says authorities are well prepared.
Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew says the Ministry of Primary Industries still don't definitively know the source of the gastro bug.
You would be hard pressed to meet a nicer seven-year-old than Grace Patterson, despite the huge challenges she has already faced in life.
A paraplegic Tauranga man has just completed a solo four-month journey across the Pacific.
Scientists have been unable to definitively prove the source of a gastro-intestinal bug which has hospitalised more than 30 people over the last three weeks.
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