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The New Zealand Herald revealed yesterday that almost 1,800 of the Auckland Council's staff earn more than $100,000.
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 GCSB bill is now 13 months old, and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says if you live in New Zealand, you are being watched.
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.
Tonight at Kim Dotcom's Moment of Truth event, journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke on alleged evidence that claims of widespread domestic spying.
With just under a week until election day, Campbell Live's tour of the country's electorates continues.
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.
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.
Auckland Middle School principal Wendy Greig is a registered teacher - she says being in charge at a charter school hasn't changed how she does her job.
The sparkling waters of Whangarei and its striking new drawbridge spanning the Lower Hatea are beautiful, provided you don't look too close.
David Cunliffe says towns like Foxton are suffering under a National Government and Labour would save these places from a slow death.
Rules by health authorities in the Hutt Valley now means the only patients able to use the service either have to live in the poorest streets, or are of Maori or Pacific ethnicity.
The Government says the houses being built in Weymouth, in South Auckland, will be a 'symbolic success' of their new social housing initiative.
Economist Shamubeel Yakub - who's getting pretty tired of the rock star metaphor - says the economy is doing "okay".
Steven Adams has gifted Palmerston North school boy Tafara Gapare with a scholarship to his old school, Scots College, worth up to $130,000.
If you have mobility issues modern supermarkets can prove problematic, but in Tauranga, they think they have the solution.
Prostate cancer patient Danny Bedingfield has started a support group in Porirua to encourange men to seek early detection.
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