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Michael Holland
04:34
Mr Sato said it’s the least he can do to honour and respect the fallen.
World's favourite anti-racist veteran tributes Anzacs at Auckland dawn service
Kieran Read in action during the All Blacks and Manu Samoa rugby union Test match at Apia Park. Samoa. Wednesday 8 July 2015. Copyright Photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.Photosport.nz
Rugby World League 'clearly points to greed and selfishness', says Samoan Prime Minister
04:23
It takes hard work and dedication to tame these wild animals.
Kaimanawa horses a labour of love for woman breaking in the wild animals
03:38
Frank the tank Masoe has fundraised his Commonwealth Games journey at an Auckland Countdown distribution centre.
Watch: Samoan boxer punches clock at Countdown to fund Comm Games berth
03:54
A troupe of 200 volunteers are the driving force behind the petrol heads heaven.
Wildly-popular Beach Hop car show in Whangamata a petrolhead's dream
03:59
How about this adrenaline rush for a pastime?
'I'm hooked!' - Blenheim pilot on a WWII fighter plane racing mission in Nevada Desert
04:05
It turns out children get a bit dim over the holidays.
New initiative aiming to get school students through the 'summer slump'
04:33
Mouse is back on the saddle despite getting kicked in the face by a horse, breaking every bone in her face.
Legendary Kiwi horseman Andrew Nicholson meets brave young rider who suffered horrifying injury
05:00
Andy Coules' efforts raised money for the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust.
'It's just something I have to do' - Inspiring story of man completing 200km using hand cycle
04:22
Consumer spending data shows the majority of Kiwis still buy caged eggs, and many in the industry are working to improve the lives of chickens.
See the future of controversial battery egg farming - the colony system – which lets chickens sit the natural way
03:14
This takes big boys' toys to a whole new level.
'Looks like a bulldog' - take a ride in the country's biggest hauler
03:14
In the world of 100-year-old steam trains, the young are taking charge.
Meet the youthful Kiwis keeping our steam trains on the tracks
04:55
Seven Sharp’s Michael Holland travelled to Awakeri where a farmer wants to buy the hall.
Locals fight to save quintessential provincial community war memorial hall in Bay of Plenty
03:16
Seven Sharp goes behind the scenes as the polls go up and down like the spring weather.
'It's absolutely volatile this time' – find out how polling companies go about their job
04:42
Ms Hunter's latest project takes her on a tour of the Americas in search of health.
'You know there's genital bleaching right?' - Rachel Hunter takes Seven Sharp presenter on his own 'Tour of Beauty'
03:49
Kerepehi, in Waikato, is growing after an old dairy factory was turned into an ice-cream making plant that exports everything to China.
'We want to roll out the red carpet, not the red tape' - small town revitalised by Chinese-led investment
03:46
Eowyn Star was shocked by the state of the local stream but instead of complaining, she got stuck in to get it cleaned up.
Paeroa mum's one-woman campaign to clean up local stream wins official support
03:23
Blackenbrook winery is very successful but it's resisting the traditional growth-based path to success.
Successful Nelson winery trying to keep its business small: 'Our mission is not to get too big'
06:17
Nic Marsh's parents say they understand how his death occurred but want compulsory cameras.
Parents of man shot dead by police forgive them - but want body cameras on armed cops
03:44
Nat Warburton doesn't own a single device.
Watch: Meet Wanaka's Kiwi kid whose love of the outdoors has him attempting death-defying acts
03:44
Michael Holland asks why it was so difficult for concerned onlookers to get help for a dog stuck in a car for hours.
Plight of dog stuck in car all day highlights problem authorities have helping animals in vehicles
03:41
Michael Holland gets a special preview of Te Kuiti's Sir Colin Meads statue and sees some special memorabilia from the All Blacks legend's life.
'It's our way of honouring Colin' - sneak peek as Te Kuiti readies to unveil giant statue of All Blacks legend, Sir Colin Meads
03:47
The sheer enjoyment of life is being found in the power of pedals at the world class velodrome in Cambridge.
These trikes look like a whole lot of fun, but they're also playing a vital role in rehabilitation
03:46
Seven Sharp was there as the first of murals on buildings in rural communities are produced by acclaimed artist Graham Hoete.
Top Kiwi mural artist Mr G could be paying your town a visit to leave his unique mark
02:44
At 54 times the size of a normal cow, meet Morrinsville's massive cow.
Watch: Meet the cow-lossal hefer about to put Morrinsville on the map
05:47
Seven Sharp's Michael Holland meets Rebecca Nelson, a singer keeping the memory of our fallen soldiers alive through song.
'Humbled, honoured and proud to sing for our country' - meet the young singer sharing wartime classic songs overseas
03:31
Only two of the aircraft - drafted into a variety of roles during WWII - still grace Kiwi skies.
'Like a ballerina on its toes' - DC-3 taking passengers on a grand trip back in time
03:48
Brando 'Wildboy' Jelavich had issues with ADHD and bullying, but is now inspiring another young man.
'This is food for the soul' - formerly bullied Taranaki teen passing on his mojo
03:36
Thousands will be hoping the rain stays away for the Omaka Classic Fighter Air Show.
'That's our party trick' - plane buffs descend on Blenheim for famed air show
04:56
The escape from Paremoremo in 1993 is still a source of intrigue, and now the whole story is being told on canvas by an artist.
Watch: An insight into one of NZ's most daring prison escapes from a former inmate with the inside word