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Jendy is a Campbell Live reporter based in Christchurch.
After 27 years of service, caretaker John Rawson's career is coming to an end.
Christchurch's Isaac Theatre Royal tonight opened its doors for the first time since the February 2011 earthquake.
When Jaffa the horse fractured his elbow overnight, there was no hope of saving him.
Jan Collins' cats have all been de-sexed, wormed and she wants your help to put them in loving homes.
A special building project has begun in Christchurch - nothing to do with the earthquakes, but everything to do with gorillas.
One of the more spectacular suggestions for the square is the "living cathedral" thanks to Animation Research in Dunedin.
A 20-year-old Cantabrian has lost a whopping 52kgs in the past two years by sticking to the paleo diet.
Super knitter Daphne Randle is very much the matriarch of her close-knit family - she can't recall a time when she didn't knit and her daughter, who also knits, has passed the skills down to her daughters too.
One pair of sisters say their health is struggling after they unwittingly found themselves in the path of poison - an aerial drop of 1080 on the West Coast.
Coco Chanel once said that "a woman who doesn't wear perfume has no future", but can the same be said for sheep?
When Campbell Live first visited Dunedin's worst student flat in August last year, the pictures shocked us and they shocked you.
At 22, Rhys Lawrey has travelled to 73 countries across 80,000 km, and he's doing it all on a brand new triumph motorbike.
Jendy Harper was at Homebush just hours after the earthquake and this week she returned to speak exclusively with Ms Deans, in her new home.
The van Soest family is living in a damp, cold, broken home and they say they've yet to see a complete and correct scope of works.
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