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Jendy is a Campbell Live reporter based in Christchurch.
In just three months' time, Elora Harre, known to her Facebook followers as the Shrinking Violet, is off to Los Angeles to undergo a six-hour operation.
Two years ago our Campbell Live caravan saw people at the end of their tether and who were close to breaking down - so how are those fellow New Zealanders now?
Jendy Harper spent the day with food rescue organisation Kaibosh saving uneaten food to feed the less fortunate in Wellington.
Used needles and drug paraphernalia lie in and around an abandoned house on a busy Christchurch street just 200 metres from a high school.
After living in a caravan since the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, Jendy Harper caught up with the Vincents for an update on their situation.
Christchurch City Council's finance spokesperson Raf Manji is urging an immediate rethink and scale back of major projects like the new convention centre.
Bill Toomey suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after what he witnessed during the February 2011 earthquake, but ACC refuse to pay for lost income.
Two years after a frightening injury that left Sai Daunibau without his left arm, he's now learnt to write with his right hand, and learned how to play rugby with his left hand.
Breast cancer patients speak out after waiting years for promised reconstructive surgery.
Nancy Meherne has a boogie board, and a killer attitude. When both combine, it's a potent mix.
Former addict Jesse Murray has undergone a huge personal transformation since synthetic cannabis was pulled from the shelves.
Benton Parata never regained consciousness from a savage attack by other inmates inside Christchurch Prison.
Jendy Harper joined Brenda Warren to discuss her 700-day weight-loss journey at this year's City2Surf fun run.
A new study suggests roughly half of all the food New Zealanders throw out could have been consumed.
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