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A Palmerston North man has won the admiration and support of his community after taking on the biggest battle of his life – a fight against his own obesity to lose 140kg.
Today in Mount Maunganui a freak accident has seen a large wave pull a five-year-old boy off the beach and out to sea.
If a child up in Northland is struggling with schoolwork, afterschool help can be hard to find. That is why the arrival of the tuition centre NumberWorks'nWords in Kaitaia is a pretty big deal.
In the upmarket suburbs of Parnell and Newmarket, a storm is brewing over a bridge that will lead to nowhere and that could cost ratepayers up to $8 million.
While Gensis Potini has passed away, the chess giant's wife and three-year-old son have been swept along on the journey and there alongside them was actor Cliff Curtis.
National Geographic filmmaker Bryan Smith will share the secrets of going where no other camera operator has been before in Auckland and Wellington in coming days.
As populations have grown, back yards have shrunk; housing has gone upwards and neighbours have got closer.
South Auckland's Mangere Bridge is on the rise, dubbed the new Ponsonby, as house hunters expand their horizons.
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.
Sadly many people these days believe it is impossible to break into Auckland's property market, but tonight, Campbell Live shared an example of a solution.
The two-bedroom settler's cottage in Grey Lynn is expected to fetch $1 million. If it even gets close to that price, that's outrageous.
Tonight, Campbell Live takes you on a tour of a beach house - it hasn't won an award, but it's getting a lot of attention because it belongs to former cabinet minister Judith Collins.
Tonight David Cunliffe spoke in his first interview since making that announcement on Saturday afternoon, where he began by saying he thinks he will be re-elected as the party's leader.
One pair of sisters say their health is struggling after they unwittingly found themselves in the path of poison - an aerial drop of 1080 on the West Coast.
John Campbell spoke to Ms Knight's husband, Peter Thomas, who says that the family is exhausted, but they want to say thank you.
The South Island saddleback almost became number 52, but over the last 40 years a huge effort has been put into ensuring their survival.
On Monday the giant tunnel boring machine known as Alice will emerge from the earth under Waterview in central Auckland.
It's all aboard for another three years for National MP Nicky Wagner, taking her seat for a second consecutive term in Christchurch Central with a substantially increased majority.
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