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Funerals are changing, and with them, so are coffins. How about one that looks like Star Trek's Enterprise, or one that resembles a giant piece of Lego? Tim Wilson met Ross Hall who's in the business of making personalised caskets.
Seven Sharp finds out the reasons behind Rawenes Masonic Hotel owners decision.
When it comes to recycling and caring for the environment one small Kiwi town has a provacative approach... Take a look at Motueka's environmental solution - "cupcycling".
The towns being proactive when it comes to recycling and caring for the environment.
Tim Wilson meets Dying Arts Ross Hall and finds that death is getting personal.
If you pride yourself on being fashion forward, there’s nothing as forward as wearing something hi-tech.
Glen Dick and Lana Turnball are the owners of the Masonic Hotel in Rawene. They pulled the plug on their pokie machines after discovering a baby left outside on the footpath belonging to a young mum inside gambling.
It's an exciting time for senior students around NZ as they prepare for school ball season, but it's probably not quite as exciting for their parents. So if you're one of the latter, here's what to expect...
Giveaway ⚡We know how expensive school balls can be, so our friends at Frank Casey Newmarket & Designer Wardrobe have helped us come up with a way to lessen the cost. Frank Casey is lending one lucky guy a suit for their big night & Designer Wardrobe have got the girls covered with a dress of their choice. Tell us about a deserving recipient you know, and we’ll pick the two winners tomorrow. Good luck!