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Jendy is a TV reporter for Newshub's Story programme based in Christchurch.
This sounds like a season of The Bachelor, but this story is real life and it's getting really urgent.
Jendy Harper meets Jock Phillips, a New Zealander who makes a habit of visiting cenotaphs and obelisks around the country.
On one farm near Waimate, the mantra "people before production" underpins employment decisions.
On Sunday, Spooners Tunnel will become the newest section of the Nelson Tasman Great Taste Trail to be unveiled.
At a rescue centre in Christchurch, Abbey van der Plas takes in neglected and abused dogs. She says bad owners give breeds like pit bulls and Staffordshire bull terriers a bad name.
All it took was one freak wave and Sarra Hunter-Weston was struggling for her life in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
Who doesn't love a good surprise -- especially when the recipients are people whom society is quick to judge; teenage mums and young parents who don't often get rewarded with a day of pampering.
Story went to four different farmers markets for a market showdown.
For English travellers Jaime and Fiona, a dream trip to New Zealand quickly turned into a bit of a nightmare.
The definition of a man cave is a room designed according to the taste of the man of the house to be used as his personal area for leisure activities.
Her tumour is 16 centimetres long and nine centimetres wide. But that is not the only thing growing inside her. Ms Gribble is also six months pregnant.
To say Matthew McKenna loves flying might be an understatement.
They were four strangers meeting at a bus stop, bearing placards and protesting against the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
Christchurch has changed a lot in five years. It may have changed a lot since you last visited.
The quakes are tough on everyone but it's particularly tough on kids.
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