John Campbell
John Campbell investigates: Odds stacked against Pacific minnows like Manu Samoa at Rugby World Cup
High Court slams Government-owned quake insurance company for 'deceptive conduct'
It's alleged the insurance company underpaid the claimants by roughly $300 million, reports John Campbell.
John Campbell exclusive: Major Australian law firm backing around 3000 Canterbury homeowners in class action against Southern Response
John Campbell: Out of hateful intentions, Christchurch terror attack resulted in love
John Campbell investigates: Christchurch High Court clears the way for class action lawsuit against post-earthquake advocacy service
Tony Forster gave John Campbell an exclusive interview.
Exclusive: Former chief mines inspector says missing piece of evidence could point to cause of Pike River Mine disaster
Establishing containment lines is unglamorous, backbreaking work, he reports.
John Campbell: Every firefighter battling Tasman blaze presented with thank you card from school children
An investigation found firm Thompson and Clark was engaged to spy on the quake claimants.
Canterbury earthquake claimants who were spied on call for heads to roll at Southern Response
John Campbell sits down and talks candidly with the All Blacks head coach about his decision to step down after next year’s World Cup.
The Story with John Campbell: A conversation with Steve Hansen
A bitter split in the Rainbow Community has put one of the biggest events on the LGBTQI calendar under threat. John Campbell looks at both sides of the debate, and at the historic events leading up to the current tension.
The Story with John Campbell: The Pride Divide
John Campbell asks whether it's time to not just address teacher pay and conditions but the way our education system works.
The Story with John Campbell: Schools under stress
Abortions still sit under the Crimes Act. As the Government moves to change that, John Campbell asks New Zealand's most vocal reproductive rights advocate, Dame Margaret Sparrow, why she's never given up speaking out on the issue.
The Story with John Campbell: Abortion, a woman's right to choose?
The Story with John Campbell: When the drugs don't work
The Story with John Campbell: Is China interfering in NZ’s political system?
The Story with John Campbell: Trapped on Nauru
Pike River families softly wept as re-entry was announced by Government, John Campbell reports
Milton Osborne was one of 29 men who never made it home from Pike River Mine in November 2010.
John Campbell: Is NZ a country where we can accept the deaths of 29 people at work?
TVNZ’s roving reporter couldn’t resist a spot of trainspotting while in Yokohama.
John Campbell in Japan: Indulging his not-so-secret love of trains
Steve Hansen and his men have used the week to conduct some recon too.
John Campbell: All Blacks' Japan Test much more than a game
A year out from the World Cup, John Campbell assesses the state of Japanese rugby
John Campbell reports from the West Coast where he's had exclusive access to the Pike River recovery team who close to a decision on whether a safe re-entry will go ahead.
Pike River: is it safe to re-enter? John Campbell investigates
Climate change and rising sea levels are a concern for many, none more so than on the West Coast, where the Sunday team went to investigate what is being done.
Can the sea be stopped? John Campbell visits the West Coast communities under threat
It’s nearly a year on since the Government promised to do more for our poorest families – so are they succeeding?
John Campbell visits renters in Auckland's Mangere to find out how NZ poorest families are faring in 2018