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When Campbell Live first visited Dunedin's worst student flat in August last year, the pictures shocked us and they shocked you.
It's quite likely that the Greens will again be the third-largest party in Parliament after the votes are counted tomorrow.
Here at Campbell Live, we couldn't wait for election night and took things into our own hands with lolly polls throughout the country.
As New Zealanders go to the polls, The Guardian newspaper has described this campaign as the strangest, dirtiest and most dramatic.
At the Corelli School of Music in Auckland's Browns Bay tonight, the Conservative Party had their very last meeting until the election.
There are some people who never really stop talking about Christmas - in fact, Carl and Maureen Steward and their 5,000 Christmas lights are obsessed.
What will Scotland do? By this time tomorrow, the world will know. Will it become an independent country, or will it remain part of the United Kingdom?
John Campbell asked Glenn Greenwald and John Key whether spies are tapping into the Southern Cross cable.
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.
In the latest 3 News-Reid Research poll, not only is NZ First making a strong showing, but the popularity of their leader as preferred Prime Minister has surged.
It's always been a struggle getting young people to vote but a couple of Massey University masters students have come up with an online tool to help.
The GCSB bill is now 13 months old, and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says if you live in New Zealand, you are being watched.
The South Taranaki District Council gave Fonterra permission to dump 3 million litres of buttermilk and raw milk, but the residents weren't consulted and they were not happy.
The New Zealand Herald revealed yesterday that almost 1,800 of the Auckland Council's staff earn more than $100,000.
With just under a week until election day, Campbell Live's tour of the country's electorates continues.
Tonight at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event, journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke on alleged evidence that claims of widespread domestic spying.
The seat is currently held by Internet Mana co-leader Hone Harawira, but in 2011 he had his majority slashed by 5000 votes.
At 22, Rhys Lawrey has travelled to 73 countries across 80,000 km, and he's doing it all on a brand new triumph motorbike.
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