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When  Gerry's employer told him he was no longer required it gave him the opportunity to get back to nature, in the city.
Good Sorts: Gerry Romley from Clendon, South Auckland
This week’s Good Sort is Annette Patterson from the South Otago town Owaka.
Good Sorts: The teacher aid swapping one person’s trash for another’s treasure
Dave has saved his school hundreds of thousands just by flicking switches at the end of the day.
Good Sorts: Whakatane teacher saves school $206,000 in power bills
Mike Bilodeau is the man behind a group of Okarito locals cleaning up rubbish.
Good Sorts: The locals doing their bit for the environment
Colin Chester from Orewa, north of Auckland, has played hockey since he was 5 and when he heard about people struggling for hockey gear, he started giving and never stopped.
Good Sorts: Orewa man repairing hockey gear for those who can't afford it
Blair is in a hurry to tick off projects on his list because time is short.
Good Sorts: Winton man Blair Vining
The Queenstown woman's life changed after an act of kindness from a stranger.
Good Sorts: Tammy Schurmann pays it forward after selfless act
One News celebrates a milestone as Good Sorts turns 10.
Good Sorts: A decade on, it's time for a look at how all these stories come together
If you have a dog with issues you'll want to meet Jackie.
Good Sorts: Jackie Smith sees dogs as friends and family
The property investor from the Hutt Valley spends her profits with love.
Good sorts: Chris Dugdale buys homes with her heart
He ends his daily run with a sack of trash retrieved on his four kilometre circuit
Good Sorts: Meet Christchurch runner and tidy Kiwi, Matt Akehurst
Peter Zhou is a man with a plan.
Christchurch dad goes to extraordinary lengths to ferry his kids to play badminton
When the pair spotted an empty shop on the town’s main street they saw opportunity beckon.
Good Sorts: Meet the Masterton women bringing Christmas alive for young and old
Mike Paardekooper and Terry Emmit don’t play hockey, but that hasn’t stopped them from making special connections in the sport.
Good Sorts: Cromwell duo raise millions for new hockey turf not once, but twice
The pair first met on a rock below the Otago Peninsula.
Good Sorts: Pair of Dunedin wildlife lovers helping endangered native animals
This week's Good Sort is Hugh Willis from Auckland's North Shore.
Good Sorts: The retired teacher who quietly built, maintained a network of tracks
Good Sorts: The South Auckland teachers selling science to their students, and cleaning up a local creek in the process
Wellington students highlight global problem with failed soft plastic recycling bid
Tamsin Dobson says she doesn’t meet people but "inflicts" her friendship on them.
Good Sorts: The Inglewood woman on a mission to help every stranger she meets
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
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
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
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
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
Ray from New Plymouth volunteers at a long list of organisations.
Good Sorts: Volunteer Ray Tucker
Over 200 hundred people nominated this week’s Good Sort Sylvia Durrant.
Good Sorts: Meet Sylvia whose passion, pastime and obsession is birds
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?
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
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
The best bit is she's giving away puppies!
Good Sorts: Donna 'Doolittle' sacrifices it all for her four legged friends