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Mr McIntyre and friends are tending the forgotten graves of Nelson.
Steve Farrelly is retired, but not idle.
This week's Good Sort is Auckland pet store worker Birgette Harris.
Interior designer Susan Rivett is a Good Sort who teamed up with Auckland Women's Prison to get the cushions made.
Ruby is a welcome resident at Ozanam House, which looks after people with cancer.
Everyday, Gordon Burr opens up his farm for the neigbouring kindy kids to explore.
Sue Britton's hard work is to help the planet.
When Gerry's employer told him he was no longer required it gave him the opportunity to get back to nature, in the city.
This week’s Good Sort is Annette Patterson from the South Otago town of Owaka.
Linda Edwards has been opening up her home for 20-odd years.
Dave has saved his school hundreds of thousands just by flicking switches, among other things.
Cary Lancaster helped bring the theatre out of its "rut".
Mike Bilodeau is the man behind a group of Okarito locals cleaning up rubbish.
A class in problem solving is now taking a group of students to the other side of the world.
When Colin Chester heard about people struggling for gear, he started giving and never stopped.
Blair is in a hurry to tick off projects on his list because time is short.
The Queenstown woman's life changed after an act of kindness from a stranger.
The pair have turned a tiny storage room into a place new mums can come and get what some call liquid gold.
1 NEWS celebrates a milestone as Good Sorts turns 10.
If you have a dog with issues you'll want to meet Jackie.
From foster mums with 10 kids to property investing good Samaritans, Good Sorts has seen them all.
The property investor from the Hutt Valley spends her profits with love.
Gayle Williams’ group have played everywhere!
He ends his daily run with a sack of trash retrieved on his four kilometre circuit
It turns out the solution is firewood...
Melissa Aitken was inspired by a YouTube video to give back to her community.
Peter Zhou is a man with a plan.
Rotorua's Judy Bowen and Jan Bellingham are Good Sorts.
Bubbles was on the run for 17 days, before a community-led search helped reunite her with her owner.
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