Hadyn Jones

04:26
Jules Cronin keeps having the same problem with her fitted linen sheets - they keep getting smaller.

Fair Go: One woman's tale of her shrinking fitted sheets prompts retailers to order tests

Jules Cronin keeps having the same problem with her fitted linen sheets.

02:10
Marie searched everywhere for Pepe, but then she created a place whether other owners can go for help with their own lost companions.

Good Sorts: Marie Jones, who created a place where people with missing pets can get help

Marie searched everywhere for Pepe, but then she created a place whether other owners can go for help with their own lost companions.

02:09
For many years Sharlene of Whangarei was too scared to try and turn her dreams into reality.

Good Sorts: Sharlene Clements and her unique daycare service for kids

For many years Sharlene of Whangarei was too scared to try and turn her dreams into reality.

03:14
Around 18 months ago a Waitara woman came to Fair Go with a unique problem.

Fair Go: Relief at last for Taranaki woman who went two years without a flushing toilet or sewage system

Around 18 months ago Vicki Gundensen came to the TVNZ1 show with a unique problem.

02:16
Not wanting to not do anything at home, these Good Sorts hopped right into this opportunity.

Good Sorts: Meet the craft beer brewers from Kapiti who aren't letting intellectual disability stopping them thrive

Not wanting to not do anything at home, these Good Sorts hopped right into this opportunity.

02:09
Ray from New Plymouth volunteers at a long list of organisations.

Good Sorts: Volunteer Ray Tucker

Ray from New Plymouth volunteers at a long list of organisations.

02:07
Over 200 hundred people nominated this week’s Good Sort Sylvia Durrant.

Good Sorts: Meet Sylvia whose passion, pastime and obsession is birds

Over 200 people nominated this week’s Good Sort Sylvia Durrant.

04:43
Fair Go puts some of New Zealand’s most popular brands to the test to see how you can get `more wear’ and `less tear’ out of your tights.

Are you sick of ladders, tears and runs in your tights?

Fair Go puts some of New Zealand’s most popular brands to the test to see how you can get `more wear’ and `less tear’ out of your tights.

02:14
Kaitaia Primary School teacher Phil Gibbs is dedicated to his Far North Flash team who keep him poor and happy.

Good Sorts: Primary school teacher devoting spare time and money to kids cycling team

Kaitaia Primary School teacher Phil Gibbs is dedicated to his Far North Flash team who keep him poor and happy.

02:29
Theresa Thongi has been running a playground in New Plymouth for autistic children for four years, but there's one thing wrong with it.

Goodsorts: New Plymouth woman started playground for autistic children

Theresa Thongi has been running a playground for autistic children for four years.

03:00
Patricia Tamainu could have kept the jewellery under police rules but couldn’t live with herself if she did.

Good Sorts: Meet the Northland woman who handed in $10,000 worth of jewellery

Patricia Tamainu could have kept the jewellery under police rules but couldn’t live with herself if she did.

02:19
Heather's problem is she can't say no to sewing machines - and the older the better.

Good Sorts: Masterton's Heather Bannister

Heather's problem is she can't say no to sewing machines - and the older the better.

02:12
Ray Guilford has a special place in the hearts of students at St Michael's

Good Sorts: Meet the kind-hearted Rotorua school caretaker who does a whole lot more than cleaning

Ray Guilford has a special place in the hearts of students at St Michael's.

02:15
John Pullar, helped devise a strategy to get uninsured people back in their homes.

Good Sorts: Meet the man helping Edgecumbe get back on track after the floods

John Pullar, helped devise a strategy to get uninsured people back in their homes.

02:10
The 85-year-old got rid of live-stock, banned duck shooters and  spent two years turning wetlands south of Dunedin into something special for his community.

Good Sorts: Alan Green turned portion of family farm into track lined with natives for community to enjoy

The 85-year-old got rid of live-stock, banned duck shooters and spent two years turning wetlands south of Dunedin into something special for his community.

02:24
Maurice Hayward rescues old film from dusty boxes and derelict garages and brings them back to life.

GoodSorts: Dunedin retiree’s old film labour of love

Maurice Hayward rescues old film from dusty boxes and derelict garages and brings them back to life.

05:35
Mark and Angele Lepper spent $400 on outdoor furniture that rusted the first time it rained.

Hear the one about the outdoor furniture that can't get wet?

Mark and Angele Lepper spent $400 on outdoor furniture that rusted the first time it rained.

02:29
They call themselves GOMES, which stands for grumpy old men enterprises.

Good Sorts: Meet the group of retired Whanganui men turning trash into treasure

They call themselves GOMES, which stands for Grumpy Old Men Enterprises.

02:17
Robyn Butler nominated her colleague who supported her when she needed it the most.

Good Sorts: Meet the woman who opened her home to a colleague in need

Robyn Butler has been nominated for the support she gave her friend when she needed it the most.

02:14
Reusable nappies are much better for the environment but buying them isn't cheap.

Good Sorts: Kate Borman for her idea to reuse reusable nappies

Reusable nappies are much better for the environment but buying them isn't cheap.

06:07
Clothes shops are more and more using flattering mirrors to pry cash from unsuspecting customers.

Fair Go experiment: Have increasingly prevalent ‘skinny’ retail mirrors gone too far?

Clothes shops are more and more using flattering mirrors to pry cash from unsuspecting customers.

02:37
Kylie Taylor's youngest child with cerebral palsy inspired the idea, aimed at helping other families in the same position as her.

Good Sorts: Christchurch mum creates holiday space for kids with special needs

Kylie Taylor's youngest child with cerebral palsy inspired the idea - aimed at helping families like hers.

06:39
Fair Go investigates a bizarre identity crisis that could affect many New Zealanders.

Were you born before 1972? Are you really who you think you are?

Fair Go investigates a bizarre identity crisis that could affect many New Zealanders.

02:33
Rob's teaching kids, some of whom have trouble walking, how to run.

Good Sorts: West Aucklander Rob Davis

Rob's teaching kids, some of whom have trouble walking, how to run.

02:09
Sandy Borland hasn't let family hardships stop her helping others.

Good Sorts: Invercargill nurse overcomes tragedy to give back to her community

Sandy Borland hasn't let family hardships stop her helping others.

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