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Over the weekend, Julia travelled to Gloriavale to see her sister and family.
Herbert Christophers and his wife have been on a two-month pilgrimage at sea heading to visit the grave of his great uncle Victor Christophers, who fell at Gallipoli.
In 1994, Gloriavale leader Hopeful Christian was jailed for indecent assault while the same time, a colleague of ours went undercover at the commune.
Cave Creek survivor Sam Lucas has spent the past 20 years making sure that tragic accident didn't define him.
Te Papa's Gallipoli: The Scale of our War exhibition is hypnotising and unforgettable - something every Kiwi should see.
A handful of members of the Central Bowling Club in Cambridge decided that they weren't going to leave this week until they had smashed a world record.
While some of us tick the donor box on our driver's licence, it's not that simple, as the wishes of your family can override this.
In partnership with the Returned and Services Association, a group of young people has come up with a way to record our past using the latest technology.
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.
We believe it's time for questions to be asked of the Gloriavale sect, rigorously, by people who are allowed to insist on answers.
Campbell Live sent reporters all over Auckland and found pre-packed lunches in at least half the corner stores and dairies we went to, but in south Auckland they were almost everywhere.
Owners of some Thames businesses believe a proposed new crematorium in the central city area will kill the buzz.
Gloriavale ex-members talk to Campbell Live in more detail about what goes on inside the compound.
Imagine a cross between a taxi, a train and a ski gondola that can take you direct from door to door.
Campbell Live investigates what happens when a business gets consent to use water, especially when it's foreign owned.
Campbell Live visits a castle for sale in the sought-after Auckland Grammar zone.
A former Gloriavale member spent the first 19 years of her life inside the community before escaping, leaving behind six brothers and two sisters.
Wonderful things are happening in schools, thanks to Campbell Live's viewers.
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