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The Government has launched an investigation into the practice of docking the pay of service station employees for drive-offs.
No one wants to have their pay docked, but in Vancouver, it was an action that cost a young man his life and prompted a law change.
The city is having a huge party to celebrate its birthday, but in one and half centuries of existence, what have been the highlights?
It's been revealed that a Masterton service station has been forcing it's staff to pay for losses when people drive off without paying.
Midnight's missing ears are the only visible scars of a traumatic attack in which she was doused in petrol and set alight.
Around 140,000 students are sitting NCEA this year, but how well would a competent adult go at sitting a Year 12 maths exam?
Marae - Te Tatau Pounamu follows a journey around New Zealand's meeting houses.
Whena Owen revisited Grace's remarkable mum, who has never spoken of what she and Grace have been through, until now.
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.
Child, Youth and Family's home for life scheme aims for permanent foster care for children, and it's working.
A small operator could be stepping in to help out the towns that Air New Zealand is abandoning.
Dan Parker caught up with the constables who went over and above the call of duty to save Mr McStuck's life.
State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie discusses Roger Sutton's resignation, which he believes was necessary.
Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal tonight opened its doors for the first time since the February 2011 earthquake.
Anger is building against Air New Zealand's decision to scrap flying some regional routes.
It is estimated there is a shortage of around 15,000 people in the fields of IT and engineering.
It's almost that time of the year when high school students sit down with their parents to plan the rest of their lives.
When most people think of working dogs, they think of Huntaways racing over paddocks, Alsatians doing police work, or beagles on baggage carousels.
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