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Jan Collins' cats have all been de-sexed, wormed and she wants your help to put them in loving homes.
At Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology, a record crowd of around 7,000 is expected for a frightful Friday night.
Julian Lee went to visit a place which probably pushes the definition of a 'house' - but wait till you hear the price.
Families of the victims are desperate for a mission to collect evidence and to see if there are any bodies in the drift.
Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
A Parliament of 120 MPs will inevitably include people whose records aren't perfect, but who are they?
The small band of Russian explorers travelled 26,000 km, all the way from Moscow in two light helicopters.
Anna Burns-Francis went on board both an Air New Zealand and a Jetstar aircraft to see just how filthy they really are.
With your help last time Campbell Live ended up raising more than $500,000 for food, socks, shoes and jackets for children who really need them.
They let their insurance policy lapse just prior to the earthquakes, so they walked away from their $500,000 property with just $80,000.
John Campbell went to talk to him at his Auckland home – however it was not his first request to speak to Liu.
The last weatherman to successfully make a career in politics was Joseph Stalin - Mr Coffey believes that he will be able to do a much better job.
A $2 toll has been proposed for every time you use an Auckland motorway onramp to pay for the reinvention of Auckland's transport system.
The Commerce Commission is investigating a South African-based company that sells educational computer programs costing $10,000 over four years.
A special building project has begun in Christchurch - nothing to do with the earthquakes, but everything to do with gorillas.
An amendment to the Employment Relations Bill could mean the end of smoko breaks as we know it.
With a growing population faster than the national average, commuters between Wellington and the Wairarapa is now up to 13,500 each week.
What if there were a way for Aucklanders to live in small-town Waikato and travel to town for work every day?
Should Auckland's commuter trains continue into Waikato towns, connecting cheaper housing with Auckland's jobs?
It's the long weekend and that means the traffic on the roads increases dramatically.
Tony Marryatt was New Zealand's highest paid local government executive, on a salary of more than $500,000.
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