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Shrinkflation: decreasing a product’s size or quantity but keeping its price the same. Cadbury’s about to reduce its chocolate blocks by one whole row, and toilet paper companies have been found guilty of gradually reducing roll length. Have you been short changed by shrinkflation?
Today KidsCanNZ delivered 1200 pairs of shoes to a school where a dry pair of comfortable sneakers is hard to come by.
"It creates happiness and that's the reward." Queenstown film maker James Holman's been helping get people in developing countries on skateboards. He sees it as being uniquely inclusive in the places he's travelled to, and is documenting what's it's doing for the nations.
Kiwi jockey, Aaron Kuru's impressive comeback at the weekend got us thinking about some more memorable sporting comebacks. What's your favourite?
As we wait for the much anticipated birth of Jacinda Ardern's baby, lets turn our attention to another pair of new parents at Auckland Zoo. Mr and Mrs Nuri, the cotton-top tamarins, have welcomed adorable twins into the world.
Michael Holland meets the elusive rider whose made headlines around the world.
The Seven Sharp hosts were inspired by the recent story of a jockey's comeback from disaster at Awapuni this weekend.
Cotton-top tamarin monkeys Mr and Mrs Nuri have become first time parents to adorable twins.
They dropped off more than 1000 pairs of kicks to the Auckland school.
Seven Sharp's Mike Thorpe met up with the Kiwi man getting the whole world on board.