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The Department of Internal Affairs has confirmed it is investigating Gloriavale's charity status.
Anna Burns-Francis takes a look at whether there is any evidence to back up the theory that foreign investors are buying up Auckland property.
Two years ago our Campbell Live caravan saw people at the end of their tether and who were close to breaking down - so how are those fellow New Zealanders now?
The Westland District Council has sent out letters telling ratepayers that they plan to hike rates up by as much as 100 percent this year.
In just three months' time, Elora Harre, known to her Facebook followers as the Shrinking Violet, is off to Los Angeles to undergo a six-hour operation.
The exhibition Pop Ping Pong in Aotea Square aims "to engage Auckland residents in friendly competitive game play", but is it worth the money?
With the Budget announcement and all the new policies and spending promises, Lachlan Forsyth travelled to the Gold Coast for a very basic grocery shop.
Reporter Mike Wesley-Smith went to meet the Syrian refugee children in the Turkish cities like Sanilurfa who have big dreams for the future.
Campbell Live and Air New Zealand want to give away a historic experience for New Zealand’s craziest rugby family.
Ten years ago, Campbell Live dedicated an entire hour to an exclusive interview with David Lange, who reflects on his life and the lead-up to becoming Prime Minister.
Campbell Live viewers have already raised $195,000 for the UNICEF fund, and for that we are truly thankful.
Just fewer than 200 families have now contacted Campbell Live saying their children's education has been exploited by a company selling education software.
A $790 million child hardship package was announced in the Budget, including a weekly $25 increase in benefits for beneficiaries with children.
Jendy Harper spent the day with food rescue organisation Kaibosh saving uneaten food to feed the less fortunate in Wellington.
Campbell Live reporter Mike Wesley-Smith took a look inside a camp that is a place 30,000 Syrians call home.
One of London's solution to providing affordable housing is garden cities - so is it a model Auckland should be looking at?
Used needles and drug paraphernalia lie in and around an abandoned house on a busy Christchurch street just 200 metres from a high school.
Are the Christchurch City Council and the Prime Minister at odds with the Earthquake Recovery Minister about the city's new convention centre budget?
The Starship Foundation raises more than $5 million a year to deliver top-of-the-line care to kids who need it.
The total amount being spent is $26 million, but do you care about a new flag? And do we really need one?
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