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Sir Peter Jackson takes John Campbell on a tour through his special World War I exhibit in Wellington ahead of its official opening tomorrow.
Last year's RSA poppy appeal raised close to $1.8 million to support men and women who have served in our country's armed forces.
Houses are getting bigger and more expensive – and that's a problem.
Torty, the 120-year-old tortoise, is taking part in Te Papa and Weta Workshop's Gallipoli exhibition.
Parents who don't immunise their kids should have benefits docked, one of the country's most-respected medical practitioners says.
The real name of Brent Knight - the gardener accused of ripping customers off - is Brent Ryan, who was involved in a fatal hit-and-run outside a Howick karaoke bar.
Uber is attracting passengers and new drivers, who are joining from a wide range of backgrounds - but why?
The possibilities of 3D-printing technology are only just being realised and a Hamilton family is using it to help their little girl.
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.
Who owns our water? The official line from the Government is no one.
It's capping week in Christchurch, with degrees being conferred on hundreds of students at graduation ceremonies today and on Friday.
Sometimes one act of kindness can mean the absolute world to somebody who's been doing it tough.
John Campbell stood outside the McDonald's in Auckland's Grey Lynn to ask customers leaving the drive-thru what they thought of the zero-hour contracts.
Burger King has joined the raft of companies banning contracts with no set minimum hours.
New Zealand's oldest operating funeral home plans to install a cremator near the main street in Thames.
The Prime Minister says there are many affordable Auckland homes for sale so Campbell Live followed a first home buyer through the buying process.
For months now, Campbell Live has been looking at different ways of building houses, and different ways of using land.
As the weather gets colder, non-profit trusts are offering free assessments to improve the warmth of your home and to help you chose what to invest in.
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