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In a special 10th anniversary episode, John Campbell was surprised with messages of thanks from the people he has helped over the years.
Tristram Clayton and Lachlan Forsyth joined John Campbell in the studio to announce that the bunnies collected $1000 each on Trade Me.
The Campbell Live team aren't exactly shy quiet types - mixed with how much time they together, it's the perfect storm for television bloopers.
Food crops across Vanuatu have been completely wiped out, with no mangoes expected for a year and no coffee for up to three years.
Campbell Live offered Australians some free cricket lessons ahead of their semi-final clash against India.
Somewhere in the region of 2,400 programmes, the Campbell Live team have worked passionately to be a force for good in New Zealand.
Julian Lee wanted to join the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, but instead of letting him anywhere near the instruments, they made him a roadie.
To celebrate 10 years on air, we're bringing you 10 years of Campbell Live in 10 days.
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.
Barker spoke exclusively to John Campbell about how he learnt of his position within Team NZ and how he is "absolutely gutted" with the way he's been treated.
Twelve-year-old Corban Dickson is the latest recipient of the Wish For a Smile programme.
Campbell Live went to gather messages to send to the Black Caps from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
John Campbell spoke to Grant Elliott about explaining cricket to his four-year-old boy and "bricking himself" before the famous six.
To celebrate 10 years on air, we're bringing you 10 years in 10 days.
Tonight, John Sellwood joined us live from the brand new RSA in Christchurch, which is officially opening on March 27.
Campbell Live has been contacted by many parents regarding vaccination, with comments both supporting and opposing it.
Employment Relations Minister Michael Woodhouse continues to argue that negotiable tea breaks are about restoring flexibility for both employees and employers.
Tristram Clayton spent the day with fans at the Black Caps Cricket World Cup semi-final against South Africa in Auckland.
The kind people at Devonport Chocolates gave Campbell Live two professionally made bunnies to auction off on Trade Me for UNICEF's aid fund.
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