The great-great-grandson of Edouard Cointreau is in New Zealand promoting the launch of Coitreau Noir.
Scientists have modified genes in the blood cells of a dozen adults to help them resist HIV.
After were hit Cantabrians again this week with wild weather and floods, what can people do to cope when the shocks just keep coming.
Researchers say that during middle age, a high protein diet can increase the chance of death by 74 percent.
What would happen if Usain Bolt donned a wingsuit and took a running jump on Saturn's largest moon, Titan?
Firstline spoke with the master judge of New Zealand's top cheese competition about the winner.
Misao Okawa is just about to celebrate her 116th birthday, but how did she do it?
Restaurateur Judith Tabron has a plane load of them flown to Auckland every year so she can be first to market.
Tobi and Sarah have received some great news from Grant and Geoff of GJ Gardner Homes.
Ruud Kleinpaste knows a thing or two about NZ termites, and says the problem is they are almost impossible to find.
The New Zealand Champions of Cheese Awards are underway in Auckland.
Up to 10,000 people packed out Ellerslie Racecourse for Derby Day but they weren't all there to watch the gallops.
The largest whiskey festival in the Southern Hemisphere is being held in Christchurch this weekend.
If you can't grow your own, the surgery will set you back around $7,000.
The four time Commonwealth gold medallist is now 77 years old, but he's as energetic as ever.
Auckland Cup Week kicks off with Derby Day tomorrow, and as usual, it's not all about the horses.
A Waikato family faces bankruptcy after discovering their new home it is infested with termites.
Ali Ikram visited Tuakau Primary School to see just how far James Hart has progressed in the water.
Does the Ellerslie Flower Show have what it takes to survive?
And it's not just dogs - any unrestrained objects could become a serious hazard in a crash.
It's do-or-die for the troubled Ellerslie Flower Show in Christchurch this year.
Researchers want nicotine patches, gum and other treatments to be as accessible as cigarettes.
An addictions expert says banning drinking while pregnant won't help prevent foetal alcohol spectrum disorder.
The dangerous drug that killed Michael Jackson administered by his private doctor, Conrad Murray.
She was New Zealand's first transsexual member of Parliament. But now she's facing her biggest battle yet.
The competition is a great way to support the Christchurch City Mission Foodbank.
The landmark case involves a girl who suffered brain damage from alcohol exposure in the womb.
Many Dunedin students are opting for new hotel-quality rooms on offer at student halls.
Auckland's Ponsonby Rd ground to a halt last night as it was taken over by the annual Pride Parade.
Telecom's chief operating officer of retail Jason Paris joins Paul in studio to discuss.
International expert in applied behaviour analysis, Dr Susan Friedman joins Paul to discuss her work.
The Heroic Gardens Festival raises money for Mercy Hospice.
Ali Ikram met up with an Auckland couple to see how much sugar the two 18-year-olds consumed in a single day.
New Zealand appears to be under a vicious attack of noise, especially at night.
Kiwis who are basking in the summer sunshine are being warned to be aware of non-melanoma skin cancer.
Auckland turned on its pride lights for the first time last night in four locations across the city.
Henley Primary in Nelson will become the first school in New Zealand to sell power back to the grid.
Health advocates are urging the Government to crack down on what it calls "big food".
A trial in Canada found mammograms are no better at saving lives than physical examinations.
If you've ever wanted to be a Scott Dixon and burn rubber on the racetrack, then now's your chance.
This is a story about a lesson in love, and a bunch of students who learned it from a teacher they thought knew nothing about it.
Researchers say a Kiwi discovery that has helped saved thousands of lives could have a nasty side effect.
The Anti-Valentines party at Sky City tonight has a heart piAata which patrons can smash.
Ever wondered how the international day of love is celebrated in other parts of the world?
Next week a conference of public health specialists will meet to discuss whether they should be banned.
An impressive line-up of artisan delicacies has featured in the 2014 Cuisine Artisan Awards.
New research out of the UK has found cell phones are perfectly safe and pose no threat to your health.
building a homemade coffin is around $200 we're told, but the value in human terms is incalculable.
If traffic gridlock is getting to you maybe a car-crushing military tank should be your next vehicle purchase.
Winter is months away but New Zealand children are already preparing for what could be a tough flu season.
The Secular Education Network believes teaching Christian education in schools is actively putting down other religions.
Campbell Live will be visiting towns throughout NZ, to take at look at what's in our own backyard.
A mysterious shop named "Dumb Starbucks" has popped up in Los Angeles, serving dumb coffee.
When Lyttelton was ruled out of hosting cruise ship circuits, tiny Akaroa stepped in.
There will always be a need for Gay Pride to bring awareness to issues like AIDS, says a festival organiser.
Sugary drinks are often considered treats, but one lobby group says they should be as politically unpopular as cigarettes.
When Campbell Live first appealed for public help, more than $150,000 was donated to his cause.
It's one of those things that looks so much easier than it is.