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Kristin Hall

06:03
Kristin Hall enlisted friends around the world to compare products with those on NZ shelves.

Reporter's relentless crusade to make tampons and pads cheaper for Kiwi women

Kristin Hall enlisted friends around the world to compare products with those on NZ shelves.

04:58
Seven Sharp's Kristin Hall tracked down Stephen Bhana in Rotorua.

Rotorua landlord with multiple complaints against him tracked down

Sue and Stephen Bhana own a mouldy unit which floods during rain, attracts cockroaches and has holes in the walls and ceiling.

04:15
Take a peek inside Dianne 'Miss C' Christenson's classroom ahead of her PM science teacher prize.

Meet the teacher who's inspiring the next generation of scientists

Take a peek inside Dianne 'Miss C' Christenson's classroom ahead of her PM science teacher prize.

04:22
They've experienced the pain of suicide and now their stories are an inspiration for others to see.

Performers in suicide prevention show overwhelmed with support

Performance group 2Face Drama want to raise funds to travel New Zealand performing The Secret Life of a Wellington Teenager.

04:48
Traffic has gone up a whopping 130 per cent in the small South Island town since the Kaikoura quake.

'It just went ballistic' - Murchison struggling under weight of quake-related visitor surge

Traffic has gone up a whopping 130 per cent in the small South Island town since the Kaikoura quake.

05:19

Property owners of 'disgusting' Rotorua units given one month to take action or face court

The Rotorua Lakes Council says it has issued a warning to the landlords of a block of Rotorua units.

02:05
When your landlord isn’t that forthcoming with information it can be hard to know what your rights are.

Your rights as tenants: Feel like your landlord is taking advantage of you?

What to do when your landlord isn’t that forthcoming with information.

05:19

Opinion: A nationwide lack of empathy with housing crisis

Seven Sharp reporter Kristin Hall reflects after covering the story of tenants living in run down Rotorua flats.

06:36
Tenants of the flats on Ranolf Street say all 12 units are in a similarly disgusting condition and their mutual landlord is doing nothing.

More fuming tenants come forward revolted with over-priced, run down Rotorua flats

Local landlords who own units described as uninhabitable in Rotorua own several other properties.

05:19

Pregnant tenant living in squalid, over-priced Rotorua flat fed up with 'lazy' landlords

It's a two bedroom unit, and she is paying $450 a week to live there, in an area where the median rent a week is $270.

03:41
The Black Falcons has had a makeover after a two year hiatus.

Pilot in NZ Airforce's aerobatics team has 'pinch myself moments most days'

The Black Falcons has had a makeover after a two year hiatus.

03:33
Daisy Day reckons what has save her beach is the dunes, planted by her mates at a local surf club six years ago.

Could our love of the beach be doing more harm than good?

Daisy Day reckons what has save her beach is the dunes, planted by her mates at a local surf club six years ago.

02:48
MetService says the capital had the fewest 'beach days' last month of any summer in the past three decades.

If you live in Wellington, you've probably had the worst summer in memory

MetService says the capital had the fewest 'beach days' last month of any summer in the past three decades.

03:13
Seven Sharp went to Nelson to meet the city's king of Christmas lights.

What does it take to turn a humble old house into a full-blown Christmas explosion?

Seven Sharp went to Nelson to meet the city's king of Christmas lights.

00:35
Louise Upston says she's concerned about girls' education being interrupted.

Girls missing school during their periods finally prompts Minister for Women to act

In May Louise Upston said she believed tampons were affordable.

03:19
War on sugar ensues as Dental Association calls for changes to selling sugary drinks.

Do you want to know how many teaspoons of sugar are in your juice?

War on sugar ensues as Dental Association calls for changes to selling sugary drinks.

03:24
Despite the problems being faced by some New Zealanders, lowering the price on tampons and pads isn't on the government's radar.

Pharmac says it would consider sanitary product funding, if asked

Darryl Evans of Mangere Budgeting Service says as the cost of living rises, families are having to prioritise food over sanitary items.

08:53
Some drivers are getting hit with a court summons and demerit points, as Seven Sharp explains.

Video: Why are so many people driving for Uber in New Zealand doing so illegally?

Seven Sharp investigates what happens when the NZTA cracks down on people driving for Uber without the correct documents.

04:17
Seven Sharp headed to the Bay of Plenty city to find out what is driving the increase in spending.

'Nobody said a word' - former pokies addict recalls 9 hours spent gambling during labour

Experts say pokies are as addictive as cocaine, so Seven Sharp headed to Tauranga, where spending is increasing faster than anywhere else in NZ.

02:09
Seven Sharp spent the day with the Red Cross in their hunt for a new home in Wellington.

What happens when the Red Cross suddenly finds itself homeless?

Seven Sharp spent the day with the Red Cross in their hunt for a new home in Wellington.

03:44
The talented pair have received Senior Pasifika Artist Awards from Creative New Zealand.

'A fast track to our gold cards' – Oscar Kightley and David Fane honoured for artistic endeavours

The talented pair have received Senior Pasifika Artist Awards from Creative New Zealand.

04:52
This weekend marked 80 years since Batten became the first pilot, male or female, to fly solo from England to NZ.

Air NZ flies inaugural all-female crew in honour of Jean Batten

This weekend marked 80 years since Batten became the first pilot, male or female, to fly solo from England to NZ.

04:53
Among Scott Watson's doubters is Gerald Hope, who says he's sitting on the fence about the double murder conviction.

Exclusive with Olivia Hope's dad: 'Scott, convince me you're innocent and I'll back you'

Among Scott Watson's doubters is Gerald Hope, who says he's sitting on the fence about the double murder conviction.

04:11
John Bougen started buying up businesses in Reefton, after developing an unusual love affair with the tiny town.

Dressmart founder develops infatuation with tiny West Coast town - and is determined to help it prosper

John Bougen started buying up businesses in Reefton, after developing an unusual love affair with the tiny town.

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