The organisers of the Warbirds Over Wanaka air show have come up with a plan to future-proof the event.
Family Planning national nurse advisor Rose Stewart is on a mission to educate people about the basics of anatomy.
Campbell Live heard from many viewers who have been struggling with a legal high addiction or have a family member who is.
It's rare to see children so passionate about broccoli, but at Epuni Primary School it's the norm.
Event organiser Katrina Turner says her finalists have put on weight and need to tone up if they want to take the title.
A beauty pageant organiser is being criticised for demanding her contestants lose weight.
The royals didn't make it to the infamous Hyde St Keg Party in Dunedin, but thousands of others did.
If New Zealand were ever to face an influenza pandemic, stockpiling of the drug Tamiflu would do little good, a recently released report has found.
An expert's opinion on meat purchased at Countdown was that it had possibly been frozen a when advertised as fresh.
Four paralysed men have been able to move their legs thanks to a pioneering new treatment.
It was a playdate with a global audience, but Prince George could have almost passed for just any little boy.
It's only for half an hour but parents and babies have been chosen to join Prince George's Plunket playgroup.
Dame Jenny Shipley had a heart attack in 2000, but with heart attacks running in the family, she says it wasn't a surprise.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and baby George will touch down in New Zealand on Monday to begin their 10-day royal tour.
Eighteen-year-old Amy Brosnahan on some of her more difficult moments, the most recent being 'Battle of the Babes'.
Campbell Live reporter Tristram Clayton went out on the road, hitchhiking from one end of the North Island to the other.
Campbell Live thought it was important to mark the end of daylight saving, so they went on a hunt for one last summer treat.
An Auckland teenager is back in a modelling competition after initially being dumped because she is transgender.
What is more painful? Giving birth to a child or a man getting a good kick in the nether regions?
Dunedin is taking some time out from its scarfie reputation and playing host to the glamorous event, iD Fashion.
New details have emerged about the accident that killed Kiwi Wingsuit diver Dan Vicary in the Swiss Alps.
Julia Carter was just 24 weeks pregnant with twins when she went into labour while on holiday in Nelson.
It's small, electric, and it comes in any colour you like. It may also revolutionise our sense of getting about town.
Kate and William's biggest fan hopes to cash in on their visit and raise some funds to help the Southland SPCA.
Wales could become the first part of the United Kingdom to ban the use of electronic cigarettes in enclosed public spaces.
A lot of interesting things from the Internet get passed on to Paul a some so weird, he has to ask is that even a thing now?
He started in banking but spent nearly 40 years at Radio New Zealand hosting Morning Report.
3rd Degree meets the husband and wife who became wife and wife a and confusingly, they are now both called Kelly.
One Christchurch woman created a petition calling for a retraction of cat-trap comments - it now has 19,000 names to it.
A study in Britain has found eating at least seven portions of fruit and vegetables a day will cut the chances of an early death.
Fifty years after the United States' civil rights movement, a school in Georgia is holding its first prom for all races.
Supermarkets are one of the most expensive places to buy your fruit and vegetables - and there's the proof.
People are turning to 'nag tech' to help them through their everyday lives - does it work? Or is it just annoying?
Reigning champ Nelson Dellis has won the US Memory Championship three times - what's his secret?
Twenty-two-year-old Jaden Burrell has an extremely rare condition that makes walking agony.
More of us are going to the gym now than 20 years ago, but gym accident figures are also on the rise.
The All Right? Wellbeing Campaign has attracted international interest, but it's the locals they care about.
School girls across the country will have access to an educational programme aimed at ensuring their safety in personal relationships.
After a lifetime of silence Joanne Milne has heard sound for the very first time.
England's chief medical officer has said being fat is becoming increasingly acceptable.
Many people use ATMs to get cash on the go. But how about a delicious cupcake?
The Blind Foundation's volunteers will take to the streets today for the start of the annual Red Puppy Appeal.
With the Danish birth rate at an all time low, one clever Danish travel agency may have found a solution.
For Kiwis that drink coffee, and most do, size can be a source of great confusion.
Phil Strang would rather be homeless than give up his best friend, which is exactly what Housing NZ is asking him to do.
Former All Black Ian Jones' son Noah has epilepsy, so he's trying to raise awareness of the condition.
The landlord promised he would make some improvements over the weekend, so reporter Anna Burns-Francis went back today.
Ali Ikram went to Hamilton today find out whether 550kg pumpkins really do float.
The flu season has arrived early this year and this year's stain is a vicious one.
Brain surgeons have the ability to save lives, but surgery can also have terrible consequences.
When five students shifted in to their Dunedin flat in February, they were shocked to find the house filthy, the floor crawling with maggots.
MedSafe revealed today there has been a spike in the number of people having problems with surgical mesh implants.
Could this be the answer to keeping rural people well-stocked without having to travel?
Vandals have attacked some of the giant Easter eggs hidden around the country, as part of a fundraiser for Starship Hospital.
Cameron Shayne is a man who has taught yoga to stars and is here for Auckland's Wanderlust Festival.
One Southland woman's experience with tradesmen and contractors who don't know what they're doing.
The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act declares vegetable gardens may not be within the pool area - but gives no reason.
New Zealand's first ever yoga festival, Wanderlust, kicks off on Sunday at Western Springs.