Is there anything more annoying than wraps that stick together, meaning they’re full of holes when you pull them apart, meaning they can’t do their one job – holding things together? We didn’t think so. We investigate why one mother and daughter are fed up with holey wraps. Also a little insight into the difference between wraps, burritos and tortilla – ‘cause not all wraps are created equal don’t you know.
DNA tests are rising in popularity, and it’s easy to see why; it’s compelling finding out who we are and where we’re from. Now it seems the testing process couldn’t be easier, opening the door for anyone to learn what makes them, them. Or indeed what future “thems” might look like. We decide to put it to the test, Pippa Wetzell does 2 tests with 2 different companies and the results might surprise you (they certainly did her!) We also investigate the risks involved with sending your DNA away.
We’re used to going into bat for individuals, but this week we’re helping out a whole community, to find out who should pay if your car is damaged due to road works. More than 200 Raglan residents are fuming after recent road works left them with damaged cars – from chips and cracks in their windscreens to wreaking havoc on the undercarriage of their cars. They want action - in the form of compensation. We join the leader of the movement, so called “windscreen girl” in her compensation campaign, take a closer look at the road in question and demand answers from the companies involved.
Rob Broadbridge discovered the BNZ’s definition of a month when using his rapid savings account.
It’s not just engine problems customers are struggling with, it’s Ford’s customer care too.
There could be an alternative for customers tired of getting run around.
What are people’s rights if they find themselves agreeing to something they later regret?
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