Michael Burns literally had the smile wiped off his face - two of his otherwise perfect teeth were smacked out - and now he's battling to get the money that should be coming his way.
Paul Martin came to Fair Go with a story about competitive barbecuing, rush hour traffic and $170 fine that he didn’t deserve.
Brian Stewart said he was trying to help, but Hutt City Council said he was denying others who might need it.
Judy's experience at the Christchurch Hospital cafe was a case of out-of-date policy, not PC gone mad.
More and more Kiwis are opting to volunteer as part of their OE - but one woman found her experience with orangutans disheartening.
Ruby Pickering Ruby and Cassie Erskine had only just arrived in Scotland when they found the £100 they acquired in New Zealand were no longer legal tender.
Buried topsoil and material suggested uncertified fill was on Sheree and Ryan Brinch's Christchurch property.
The school felt the children were wasting those basic items, but failed to follow some of the most basic health advice with its policy.
Zane Hunt feels like the one who got played by PlayStation because he can't shift all he paid for in Australia back to NZ.
The Government has set higher standards that will affect businesses testing and cleaning meth residue.