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Jendy is a TV reporter for Newshub's Story programme based in Christchurch.
You may not even know these competitions exist but you're about to meet the NZ crash rescue team who compete to get people out of cars in record time.
He may have a reported net worth of $60 million now, but Prime Minister John Key's childhood was played out on struggle street - in a state house in Christchurch.
Christchurch couple has built a family home which shows bigger is not always better.
Story looks at the second city in its regional series - a guide to help you get out of Auckland and escape the traffic and rising house prices.
Following the February 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, the support from around the country was overwhelming.
One of the two victims from Monday's earthquake lived in the remote alpine settlement of Mount Lyford in north Canterbury.
It's been a tough and rough day for many Kiwis following Monday's earthquake.
It was Christchurch Trotting Cup Day on Tuesday, and for some, the party will be well and truly over and they'll be wobbling their way home holding their high heels.
A fortnight on, whistleblower Richard Healey is still shaking loose poles and rattling the company in charge of replacing them.
Today, Delta said they need to make dramatic changes and they will borrow $26 million dto replace 3000 power poles by the end of next year.
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.
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