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    Hard-sell paintball company refuses to explain salesperson’s false information

    Hamiltons Annie Zhewenwu brought 10 tickets from International Paintball Group, but when she tried to book, was given conditions she hadnt been told about.

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    Bay of Plenty school wins battle to have speed limit reduced outside front gate

    In the near future drivers will have to go 40kmh past Te Ranga School.

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    Spark customer frustrated at nine-months of part-time landline, and company’s poor communication

    Alan Limmer is understandably cross, and so were the lines of communication with telco giant Spark.

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    What is that coffee really doing for you? Fair Go finds out

    Flat white, triple espresso, long black however you have it, Kiwis drink a lot of coffee.

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    When is a jacket not a jacket? When it’s made of sweatshirt material, apparently

    Forty per cent off all jackets at Jay Jays wasnt all that it seemed for Julia and daughter Sophie Pearson.

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    ‘There’s no way to protect them’ – rural Bay of Plenty school desperate for speed to be lowered outside front gate

    Te Ranga School has been battling for 17 long years for the speed of Te Matai Rd to be lowered from 100km/h.

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    ‘Embarrassed’ Vodafone boss fronts Fair Go to discuss way company dealt with woman whose dead husband was sent multiple bills

    It seems Deborah Scheib wasnt the only person who found Vodafones response to bereavement lacking.

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    Are ‘healthy’ lollies too good to be true?

    Fair Go tours the confectionary aisle with Healthy Food Guide nutritionist Claire Turnbull.

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    Dunedin man outraged council demanding his firewood ‘awning’ needs consenting - ‘It’s really pathetic’

    Richard Anderson lives near Dunedins famous Oke family treehouse, which was deemed by Dunedin City Council to be in breach of the Building Code.

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