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Jendy is a Story reporter based in Christchurch.
Two DOC workers have been battling to save one of the world's rarest plants.
Mr Thorne started running at the age of 64 and has not stopped since.
The demolition business is one you probably don't think much about unless you're in it.
Advertising, marketing, billboards & signage; it's around us all the time – on the radio, TV, online and on Facebook. What about in our schools? Should they be corporate-free zones?
Ever wanted to be queen of your own castle?
In the same week the Government released measures to tackle obesity, Story was alerted to the appearance of vending machines in our schools.
Moody was an All Black last year but didn't make the cut for the World Cup this year. But then the call came.
Did you do the ShakeOut? Dive under your desk? Drop, cover, hold?
If you have to deal with the problem regularly, you will be very pleased to hear about 'Nitsy Pixie'.
Two-hundred-thirty countries, 17 to go – John Bougen is about to become the most-travelled man in the world. He's also a Kiwi.
Sixteen months ago two sisters headed off into the West Coast bush for a picnic.
But in the middle of their picnic, the peace was interrupted and Gwen Gardner and Kathleen Bartlett found out they were in a 1080-drop zone.
Just imagine – you're 18, your parents are killed in a tragic accident and there are five younger siblings now counting on you to be their dad, their mum, their everything.
It's the downside of extreme weight loss, and some end up with it, some don't – baggy, saggy skin.
Remember the days when you could smoke everywhere? Soon you may not be able to smoke anywhere, even outside, on the street, in a major city.
Seventy-five percent of parents surveyed recently said they didn't know what their child did online, and half said they'd never had a conversation with their child about cyber bullying.
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