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Most of us have memories of playing in the backyard growing up - being whipped by our older brothers in backyard cricket, it's part of the Kiwi way of life. But very few of us have memories like the Boddie family. They've got an internationally recognised glow-worm cave out the back door and it's a treasure they're sharing with the world.
Sports stars, pop stars, light infotainment stars, yes....but has your youngster ever told you they want to be an engineer? Well, Engineering New Zealand - worried about a shortage in the future - is getting into schools to start recruiting early. And they're getting help from corporate star power.
With its remoteness, Auckland's Great Barrier Island has gained a somewhat inglorious reputation over what constitutes a road-worthy car. So, in a charity fundraiser, two new business owners hit on an idea, an organised crash-fest to do the job of a scrap metal dealer. The result? A beautiful "only on the Barrier" type of occasion.
It's great to be here celebrating International Men's Day with you. But is it even relevant? As an unofficial, unpaid advocate for men Jeremy Wells went out and dipped his hairy toe in the sweaty sea of male celebration.
The Seven Sharp host dipped his toe in the sweaty sea of male celebration.
The result a beautiful only on the Barrier type occasion.
Theyre planning ahead with a shortage of workers possible in the future.
Seven Sharps Tamati Rimene-Sproat went for a look.
The weather's been in the news a lot over the weekend. From a tornado in Mid Canterbury to this morning's snow in Queenstown. You'd describe it as unseasonal when we're just weeks from summer surely? Well, it turns out maybe not...
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