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Naseby, population 100, with the slogan "2000 feet above worry level". Lucas de Jong visited the Central Otago town as part of our Stay with Us series.
Why do musicals get written? To make audiences laugh? To make them sing? Often they're written and staged in places like Broadway to make lots of money because they're big business. And that's what's intriguing about the one written in New Zealand this year that's playing to some tiny audiences. As Tim Wilson explains, the producers don't care they've got a bigger business plan in mind.
A judge in the US has ordered a Missouri deer poacher to watch Bambi once a month while serving prison time. The creative punishment got the Seven Sharp team thinking.
Garry Lathams been running a business on Auckland citys main drag for years he talks with Seven Sharp.
The Seven Sharp host is trying, alongside the regular staff, to get your Chrissie presents to their destination on time.
The creative punishment got the Seven Sharp team thinking.
Jihong Lu is taking at bigger picture outlook as his City of 100 Lovers proves a flop.
The Otago town also boasts the only international standard curling facility in the Southern Hemisphere.
It's the busiest day of the year for posties. They've been run off their feet, sorting all those prezzies and parcels, over 12 million so far, to be delivered in time for Christmas. So Jeremy Wells decided to lend a hand.
According to a long-term retailer, Auckland's Queen Street is becoming an increasingly dangerous place to be thanks to the city's homeless population. Garry Latham runs two busy Queen Street pharmacies that service CBD workers and a huge number of overseas visitors. "There's often feedback, we love the city, we love NZ, we love the people, but boy you've got a problem with homeless people," Mr Latham says.
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