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Dead Sea Spa haven't given back the refunds they promised – and now, the Israeli workers who were employed at the kiosks have fled the country.
At 27 Auckland blogger Graci Kim isn't old, but only a few weeks ago she faced a very real possibility that she'd never see again.
John Campbell tonight spoke to UNICEF's child protection specialist working in Gaza discuss what the $127,000 raised will be spent on.
As the humble stars of Murray Ball's Footrot Flats, Wal and Dog were national treasures, read every day in pretty much every newspaper in the country.
Campbell Live alongside the team from GJ Gardner Homes was tonight live from Te Aroha as the Lawton family received the keys their termite-free home.
Plans to build Wellington's Basin Reserve flyover were dashed this week, but NZTA is determined to find a solution for the traffic.
Northland farmers and the regional council are at odds over how to sort issues with the overflowing Lake Omapere.
There is no national screening programme for bowel cancer and it's something many of us are uncomfortable talking about.
This week is Maori Language week - a week in which we celebrates a language that, like our landscape and our native flora and fauna, is unique to us.
Reporter Ali Ikram went to Cornwall Park with three trees - a totara, a kauri and a pohutukawa, to see what Aucklanders thought.
A major report has been released into New Zealand waters, using the work of 16 scientists and co-ordinated by businessman Gareth Morgan.
Campbell Live has had about 150 separate complaints about Stonewood, so we went back to the company and demanded an explanation.
The NZ First leader has previously made allegations of widespread fraud in post-quake Christchurch, but naming someone is a serious step.
KiwiSaver's intention is to help you into your first home or your retirement, but if you're too ill to make it to 65, what then?
Dead Sea products have been banned from several NZ malls after Campbell Live revealed bullying tactics used to sell its products.
Since Campbell Live aired Jordan's story last night, 40,000 New Zealanders have signed the petition.
Stonewood complaints reach into the hundreds
New termite-free home for Te Aroha family
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