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A horse with an "old soul" is bringing joy to residents of a retirement home in Motueka. He’s named Tyson after a certain boxer of dubious repute. Which is kind of appropriate after a rough and tumble start in life.
Karl Johnson is the groundsman who looks after two of New Zealand’s most beloved sporting turfs. Seddon Park and Waikato Stadium are "KJ’s" babies.
An age old question: What do you do with your organic Christmas tree after the festivities are over? Here's a few tips ...
A nationwide campaign has been launched today aiming to change the reputation of cannabis from underground illegal drug to a mainstream product. Billboards have popped up around the country. But cannabis isn't the only dubious thing to seek to benefit from a public relations overhaul. Here are some other billboards we've found...
Charlene Kraatshow has started a petition, calling for a harsher penalty for driver Rouxle Le Roux.
Thats according to Jeremy Wells after a campaign was launched to change the reputation of cannabis.
Seven Sharps Tim Wilson meets with 22-year-old Jadyn Dixon.
The 10-year-old part Clydesdale will soothe your soul as he does to elderly he visits.
Theyre a lot of fun but youve got to dispose of them responsibly.
Seven Sharp met with Karl Johnson who cares for Seddon Park and Waikato Stadium.
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