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A school's shoebox appeal had been a year in the making and then Cyclone Pam hit.
Schoolgirl plays nine holes of golf everyday after school in a bid to achieve her amateur golfing goal.
A baby Tyrannosaurus Rex made a guest appearance at two Auckland schools today.
Super cute shiba inu Lulu is a natural in front of the camera and she's gaining fans by the day.
If you're in Gulf Harbour between 3 and 4pm you may find yourself sharing lunch with a friendly stingray.
Beware the man in a van trying to flog off cheap stereos. He could be in a car park near you.
Michael Cooper has a pretty tall fishing tale.
Most girls can only dream of wild horses but for Bella Lockie, there's one right outside her room.
13-year-old Danielle can enjoy all the sounds of Christmas this year, thanks to her second cochlear implant.
An injured teen mountain biker's mum says they are overwhelmed by people's generosity.
Bex Argar is sharing her quest for find a boyfriend with everyone through her web series #TheOne.
Winning the Supreme Award at the annual AIMES Awards allows Ben Sanders to pursue his Hollywood dream.
A group of officers has volunteered to wear high heels and take a stand against violence towards women.
Belinda Edwards is edging towards her goal of feeling the wind flowing through her hair on a new handcrafted bike.
Auckland teen needed multiple surgeries after parkour training took a tragic turn.
An Auckland neighbourhood is in shock after a cat was killed by two dogs on the loose.
There won't be anything holding children back when they compete at the Special Abilities TRY-athlon.
Guitarist Brittany Robertson is trying to raise enough money to attend the Los Angeles College of Music.
A group of students and the Cancer Society Auckland want to make outdoors dining smokefree.
A yachting contest is paying tribute to one of New Zealand's greatest sailors and sporting heroes - Sir Peter Blake.
Dannie Cullen sees penguins everyday at work but that doesn't lessen the thrill of getting to study them in the wild.
Completing Mud Rush for the second year in a row was no mean feat for Oscar who has cerebral palsy.
When words fail music speaks. This is the basis of a new programme helping migrants settle into the community.
Good advice from a group of strongmen helped four people pull a 9000kg bus for a Leprosy Mission fundraiser.
Horses saved her life a long time ago so now Liana Goodall is saving theirs.
Anna Chambers is taking part in the inaugural International Youth Rhino Summit in South Africa.
More than 100 people attended a cocktail party in honour of Massey University Albany campus' 21st birthday.
Last weekend Brando Yelavich finished his 8000 kilometre solo trek around New Zealand's coast.
An initiative offering free desexing services for Auckland dogs has won praise from the council.
Michelle Tubby had a skull in her freezer for three weeks. Thankfully it was made of red velvet cake.
A homegrown quartet is jetting off to France to bring a Kiwi twist to classical music.
A Massey University lecturer is helping people understand the danger of antibiotic resistance.
There's a zombie among us. His name is John Burrows and he usually lives in Redvale.
The plight of cerebral palsy sufferer Maddy struck a chord with one dad who is now fundraising towards her life-changing op.
The One Step Beyond dance company are back from Glasgow and feeling more confident in their dancing than ever.
Watching the Commonwealth Games is a lesson in frustration for deaf 12-year-old Danielle Cooper.
A large family of around 20 gnomes, along with a flock of 12 pink flamingos, have disappeared, presumed kidnapped.
Rebecca Watson only knows what others describe about the moment her horse slipped and landed on top of her.
A dispute over The Bible being used to teach children values is heading to the Human Rights Commission.
He donned his first pair of Irish dancing shoes at 4-years-old, now 12 years later Harry Bartlett is dancing on a world stage.
A number of Hibiscus Coast residents remain doubtful about the reason given for loud bangs last week which rocked houses there.
The hard work and kindness of Hibiscus Coast and North Shore residents is being recognised with nominations for the Pride of New Zealand awards.
Volunteering and donating are trending downwards, according to an Internal Affairs Department report. June 15 to 21 is National Volunteer Week.
An ex-nun, who re-entered the secular world after sexual abuse by a priest, has lofty hopes of a career in music.
An adventurer is on the last leg of his journey circumnavigating the NZ coastline.
The 2014 Lung Cancer Health Report showed we know very little about lung cancer symptoms, or how common it is.
You can forgive year 4 and 5 pupils at Dairy Flat School for lingering on the playground during class time, because it's their new class project.
Some days TJ would be in so much pain he would spend 22 out of 24 hours crying.
70 years ago today the US 4th Infantry left Plymouth for Utah Beach in Normandy and for Brenda Finlay the memories remain.
Are our classrooms becoming overcrowded?