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It was the comeback of all comebacks: a Kiwi jockey was thrown off his horse when it slipped over, only to regain control and gallop to victory. We meet the man who got back on his horse, and made headlines around the world.
The local skate park is an institution in most NZ towns. But what about the Middle East? We meet the Queenstown filmmaker who travels the world with his skate park building charity.
It’s often the most basic necessities that we take for granted, and for some kids, just owning a pair of shoes is a luxury. Tonight, we’re with KidsCanNZ as they make a very special delivery to some deserving kids 👟
If you’ve got a serious case of Tuesdayitis, this cute footage of Auckland Zoo's Cotton-top Tamarins will help get you through the day. We spent the morning with first time parents Mrs & Mrs Nuri and their new additions.
You'll remember our friends The Lunatics -- a group of talented musicians who live with Tourette's. They've released their first music video & we were so proud that we had to share it with you. Give them a listen & download the single here: www.tourettes.org.nz 🎶
Take a sneak peek at the mighty Tokatu, it's Sealord's new multi-million dollar fishing vessel.
In Wellington's Seatoun new diesel buses have replaced the city's old electric ones and it's causing one hell of a racket... so much so that one resident is taking drastic action to bring some peace and quiet back to his home.
Meet Lyn Webster, she's challenged herself to live of $20 a week for groceries. Tim Wilson met up with Lyn to hear some of her top tips... and it turns out her secret weapon is baking soda!
The company claims they'd get you from Auckland Airport to the CBD in 5 minutes.
Pollution concerns mean 400 cities in China have had fireworks banned.