A one-man brewery based in Nelson has been crowned New Zealand's best at the 2014 beer awards.
Vloggers are getting such a following they're becoming as popular as movie stars and making a fortune out of their fame.
A girl who grew up amid violence and alcohol had to act as mother to her younger sister, and eventually she was sent to a foster home.
For one Rotorua couple getting engaged didn't quite come off as either had planned, yet it all ended up happening in the most wonderful way.
Greenpeace put a camera in a national park to shoot video for a campaign on climate change on glaciers - but got something else entirely.
New Zealanders like to imagine our eggs coming from a rural paradise where are birds free to flap and forage, but are we being sold the truth?
Many charities and organisations often find potential donors giving them the cold shoulder.
A survey has found many New Zealand houses are cold and damp and are contributing to the country's health problems.
A new app a Veeemotion a helps people without technical know-how create and share professional quality video.
A New York student has invented a dress that becomes more translucent the more the wearer shares on social media.
Shelley Lindgren is a wine celebrity and restaurant owner in San Francisco, and one of her restaurants has just been named in the top 100 in the US.
Mary Haddock-Staniland opens up about identifying as a woman, prison, marriage and allegations of stalking Simon Dallow.
A new survey suggests that as many as 4.7 million people in Britain don't have a single close friend.
Doctors say men with advanced prostate cancer have very few options, and those that exist are too expensive.
Fairy godmother Yvonne Taufa Falealili is doing her best to make sure south Auckland girls don't miss their ball because they can't afford it.
The increasingly popular craft of beer brewing has seen a record number of entries flood in for New Zealand's annual Brewer's Guild Awards.
A new study has found sugary sports drinks are popular with children for Saturday morning sport, but have few health benefits.
Naseby locals are fighting hard to bring back the Glenshee Fashion Museum - a collection so large the frocks outnumber the people of the district.
The latest research is stating taking as little as a quarter of an aspirin every day could cut your odds of getting certain cancer by 50 percent.
Campbell Live went to Waikouaiti near Dunedin to find out how 7 million eggs roll off the belt at Mainland, and what the conditions are like.
New research into the effects of aspirin indicates taking it long-term could reduce the risk of developing some major cancers.
Dora Surring escaped from a camp during the war and was part of the Dutch underground. She spoke to Whena Owen about living long and meeting Anne Frank.
The latest iteration of Boston Dynamics' Big Dog can now automatically follow soldiers, carrying their weapons and equipment.
In today's Lincoln University Tech Bytes we take a look at a new way to explore Auckland.
People in Colorado are overdosing on edible marijuana products that look like ordinary snacks.
Women and their babies are gathering together at 130 venues throughout the country to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week.
Like many across the country, Dry July participant Rita Hanna knows the toll cancer can take on a family.
New Zealand racing cyclist Aaron Gate's Nana shares another recipe with Campbell Live - her gigantic monster chocolate cake.
Justin Rys was the Mr Big of New Zealand bodybuilding - now, he can barely cope with a short walk on the beach.