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After seeing her daughter Maddi suffer through leukemia Penny created Maddi's Market.
One woman thinks it's about time to highlight the right things to say.
In today's Policy in 60 Seconds, Tim Wilson compares the parties' immigration policies.
Seven Sharp's Michael Holland travelled to Awakeri where a farmer wants to buy the hall.
For some Marton residents, what is coming out of their taps is anything but clear.
New figures show twice as many Kiwi kids are now being hospitalised for malnutrition as a decade ago.
Sam Lenik has Pompe disease, and the drug that could give her a fighting chance at life costs up to $250k a year.
Tim Wilson summarises the big policies in 60 seconds.
- 'It's a large burden on small shoulders' – tiny tourist towns struggling under weight of visitor numbers
As tourism booms, some councils are worried about the burden on a small base of ratepayers.
A number of Maori voters say they're been mucked around, getting wrong information from staff about the Maori roll at polling booths.
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