A visiting researcher says New Zealand needs to do more to help children in schools with behavioural issues.
A 15-year-old school student has developed a new test that could detect cancerous tumours before they become too advanced to treat.
Tourists in Christchurch are being kicked out of the international airport and some are sleeping rough while they wait for early morning connections.
It's being described as one of the most exciting developments in in-vitro fertilisation treatment in decades.
An old ambulance meticulously decorated by a Pakistani artist has been doing the rounds on Wellington's streets today.
Caring for your family and working to support them, too, can be a precarious balancing act.
An Australian doctor is using her experience of her father's dementia to help other people keep their brains healthy.
Victoria Secret has just released its 'What is sexy' list - but what do Kiwis think is sexy?
New Zealanders who've developed bladder cancer after taking a drug to treat type-two diabetes are being urged to join a group lawsuit.
Around 2 billion people worldwide eat insects, and bug expert Ruud Kleinpaste says it's time Kiwis gave it a try.
The latest weapon in the UN's fight against hunger, global warming and pollution might be flying by you right now.
There are fears that a new virus that's causing an increasing number of illnesses and deaths worldwide could become the next global pandemic.
This week is Allergy Awareness Week, highlighting the fact that one in 10 babies born in New Zealand will develop an allergy.
Events are being held around the world this weekend to raise awareness about Lyme disease.
Forty-eight women a week - nearly 2500 women a year - die from heart disease and, in many cases, it was avoidable or preventable.
McDonald's has announced a partial return of Kiwi favourite Georgie Pie.
People with cancer may soon be given a new form of treatment which singles out genes that are linked to the disease.
One of the first items a new parent stocks up on is nappies, but now there's a new movement to toilet train from birth.
Funerals have seen lots of changes over the years. One of the biggest is you can now watch them without having to actually attend.
Dentists are trialling a new technique to try prevent so many young Kiwi kids getting tooth decay.
Campbell Live takes a look at what's involved in a gneder reveal party.
Until now there's been no way to restore the function of the heart once it has failed.
A luxury yacht belonging to a US billionaire will spend the next few weeks docked at Wellington after weeks touring the South Island.
After Wednesday's show we found Steve's pumpkin wasn't so giant after all.
There is an American food writer who travels the world trying all sorts of weird and wonderful meals.
The confirmation of a case of the new bird flu in Taiwan is raising questions about whether it could spread to New Zealand.
Pumpkin growing competitions are a pretty intense business.
Determined not to let Tauranga's torrential rain get the better of them, three young Papamoa men decided to go wakeboarding at a flooded reserve.
There's a new marriage trend brewing - proposal photography or "pap-rosals".
Lynlee Stout is not a normal teenager.
After his gay rights speech became viral, National MP Maurice Williamson is allowed to appear on the Ellen show.
New Zealand doctors have successfully trialled a machine that dramatically reduces the suffering of cancer patients receiving radiotherapy.