Saturday, April 20, 2019

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Our People: Betty Chapman, community wonder woman

You would be hard pressed to find someone who still feels down after a conversation with Betty Chapman.
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Our People: Youthworker, artist and the new meaning of FTP

'I always felt Aranui are like [superheroes] in a kinda sense. They are strong people and always overcome anything that comes their way.'
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Watch: Rare growth disorder not slowing down Lilian’s achievements

She is one of only about 30 people worldwide who have a rare disease. However, that hasn't 17-year-old Lilian Exton from being recognized as one of Canterbury's top young athletes.
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Watch: Christchurch pro golfer plying his trade in the alps.

He may be ranked well outside the world's top 1000, but that's not deterring Christchurch pro golfer Shaun Jones from chasing his dream of...
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Our People: Gym owner, Kiwi Daddy’s and kindness

Craig McGuigan is a big fella. But he is also a guy with a big heart.
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Watch: Ending homelessness in Christchurch

Too many of Uncle's friends died while they all lived on Christchurch streets. He wishes they could come around and have a cuppa in his new house.
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Watch: Homeless, living in a tunnel ‘how did I let it...

The tunnel near a Christchurch railway is dark, dank and grim. And it is one of the places Nuku use to sleep. But he found a way out.
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Watch: ‘Good morning Aranui!’

It's 7.30am on a Thursday and Tracey Hunter has way too much energy for this time of the morning.
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Watch: Why is Christchurch crushing hard on Limes?

After a brief seduction, it appears Christchurch folk have fallen in love with Lime Scooters. 
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Watch: Our People The Christchurch Aunties

Heather Milne's garage is chocka. But not with old bikes, tools and discarded toys. It is full of kindness from Christchurch people helping families and children who are in need of help.

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