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Jendy is a TV reporter for Newshub's Story programme based in Christchurch.
One day on, Richard Healey says he has been inundated with support after going public.
A former manager in the electricity industry has quit his job to go public over the state of New Zealand's power poles, which he says are toppling from neglect.
Can you imagine being paid to smash things for a living?
Eliza McCartney became a household name after the 19-year-old won bronze at the 2016 Rio Olympics in pole vault.
Story set the timer and accepted the challenge.
When Ruby put out a call on Facebook asking for help, she certainly wasn't expecting the reply she received.
Tom Walsh won the hearts of Kiwis at Rio, and now the shot put bronze medallist is back in the country and back into construction.
We were there celebrating with the staff and met the newest and oldest member at the park.
We featured a clip from a British TV commercial, where young children were so engrossed in their digital devices they didn't notice a whole new family joining them at the dinner table.
When you're young, broke and live on the West Coast -- how do you break into the music industry?
Around 70 percent of New Zealanders now own a mobile device, and there are fears that for some it's consuming our every waking moment.
The year was 2005 and the number one song was Mariah Carey's 'We Belong Together' when four friends decided to hop in a car - not for karaoke, but to kick off a carpool.
If you were the first New Zealander to visit the South Pole you'd be shouting it from the rooftops, wouldn't you?
Invercargill City Library is bucking the trend and gained international attention with its quirky and hilarious videos.
Last week we put a call out for the 'real' housewives to come forward and we found gold in Christchurch.
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