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Campbell's final show this Friday

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 10:  In this handout image provided by TV3, John Campbell leads the TV3 leader's debate between Prime Minister John Key and Labour Leader David Cunliffe on September 10, 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand. Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key will go head to head with Labour leader David Cunliffe at the general election on 20 September 2014.  (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

John Campbell will sign off from his TV3 news show at the end of the week.

Buffy and Willow reunited

Buffy + Willow, together again.

Well, this sounds like some really weird Buffy fanfic written sometime around 1999.

The worst Bachelorette contestant ever

The Bachelorette contestant Ryan M has been kicked off the show for his drunken antics.

A drunk Bachelorette contestant made rape comments, groped women and displayed all around obnoxious behaviour.

Recap: GoT picks up pace

Lena Heady as Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones.

It was the most action-packed episode yet, with just three left to go in the season.

Hayley Holt dancing to a new beat

Hayley Holt has swapped her dancing shoes for the spotlight of the judging panel in the new series of Dancing with the Stars.

Dancing With the Stars' Hayley Holt lifts the lid on the 2015 edition.

DVD review: The Real History of Science Fiction

The Real History of Science Fiction makes you wonder what happened to the

If you’ve been into science fiction a while this is nostalgic, otherwise it’s a highly informative science fiction 101 for the uninitiated.

World's best young footballers on their way

Argentina's Angel Correa has been singled out as a player to watch at the upcoming Fifa Under-20 tournament.

Former All White Fred De Jong previews with Fifa Under-20 tournament.

Pick of the Day: Sunday, May 31

Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter star in The King's Speech.

Oscar-winning drama King's Speech showcases Colin Firth at his finest.

Life-size mech highly realistic

he 8-meter high Patlabor AV-98 Ingram is being exhibited as a promotion for the upcoming film The Next Generation Patlabor: Shuto Kessen.

Movie manga robot model measures eight meters high and weighs 3.5 tonnes.

Actress, comedian Anne Meara dies at 85

Actress Anne Meara and husband Actor Jerry Stiller in 2008.

New York-born actress and comedian Anne Meara, known for her opposites-attract comedy routine with husband Jerry Stiller, has died.

TV's back to the future

Sky TV will let viewers 'turn back time' through their remotes.

A new feature will soon let TV viewers scroll back to programmes they have missed.

Campbell Live still popular

Campbell Live still rating high despite the axe.

Supporters of Campbell Live have continued to tune in to the show in record numbers despite the axe coming down on its host last week.

X Factor contestant sues Simon Cowell video

X Factor contestant Sally Hessnice is suing judge Simon Cowell.

Rejection hurts, but perhaps it's nothing a million-dollar law suit won't settle.

Anti-booing technology at Eurovision video

Russia's Polina Gagarina waits for the results during the finale.

An off-key contestant wasn't the only sound Eurovision 2015 organisers were dreading at the grand final in Vienna.

Reality show offers Nazi experience

A Czech reality show offered a family the experience what it was like living under Adolf Hitler's Nazi occupation during World War II.

A new reality show in the Czech Republic has let a family of seven experience what it was like living under Nazi occupation during World War II.

Sharon Osbourne collapses

Sharon Osbourne has had a number of health scares in 2015.

Sharon Osbourne's told to take a month off from daytime TV show The Talk after collapsing from "mental and physical fatigue".

Smooth sailing without selfies

The crew of Haunui, this traditional waka hourua (double-hulled canoe), takes her out for an afternoon spin in Auckland Harbour.

Young Maori are disconnecting from technology to reconnect with their culture on a new show called Waka Warriors.

Wayward Pines focuses on small-town horror

Matt Dillon's latest project sees him playing a secret service agent who finds himself trapped in the small town of Wayward Pines.

REVIEW: Matt Dillon takes a detour into small-town horror with Wayward Pines.

Hosking parody labelled 'racist'

Jeremy Wells' was accused of racism after his satirical impersonation of Mike Hosking.

Radio Hauraki has been rapped over the knuckles after a Mike Hosking parody by DJ Jeremy Wells angered some listeners.

SkyLights: May 24 to 30

Dirty Harry is one of the many Clint Eastwood movies being showcased on a special Sky TV pop-up channel next weekend.

SkyLights for On the Box Page Sunday News May 24

Olsen twins kill off Full House 2.0 offer

The original Full House cast.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are way too busy for the Full House reboot. So they say.

Second best

Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon star in the latest incarnation of The Odd Couple.

REVIEW: The Odd Couple and Mapp & Lucia pale in comparison to their predecessors.

Campbell's parents still proud

John Campbell's parents Wendy and Jim Campbell.

John Campbell's going to take a month off to read books and watch the Hurricanes, his parents say.

Soap star struggled with sex storyline

Andy Barrett (Tai Hara) and Hannah Wilson (Cassie Howarth).

Bus crash injuries caused actress Cassie Howarth to question the show writers' choices.

Farewell to late night sexism

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) is interviewed during a taping of the "Late Show with David Letterman" in New York May 4, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

OPINION: David Letterman's exit from TV heralds the end of him being permitted to demean, humiliate and mock his young female guests. 

Is 30 minute news long enough?

Sam Hayes and Duncan Garner will present new show 3D.

More changes to come for TV3's current affairs division.

Lawless gay icon in Bible Belt

Lucy Lawless as Countess in Salem.

Xena actress is still surprised to be recognised, especially in a sleepy Louisiana town.

Barry criticised for TV breakdown video

Hilary Barry

Crying for John Campbell during news was "utterly unprofessional", former MP Michael Laws says.

Honouring the legend of Ted West video

David de Lautour plays Ted West in the upcoming Outrageous Fortune prequel, Westside.

Scoundrels and sex scenes: the Wests are back.

Don't blame MediaWorks over Campbell

John Campbell might be the voice of the people but he is also a highly paid television presenter who lost a ratings war.

OPINION: John Campbell might seem indispensable, but we'll forget him within days. Everyone, especially in the media, is expendable.

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