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About the same time Haydn Drake started university some 17 years ago, he started volunteering for St John. The rest is history.
Claire Roskruge took the road less travelled into aged care nursing.
It wasn’t until Rachel Peddie saw first-hand how much her grandmother benefitted from a hearing aid that she decided to pursue audiology.

A positive role

Nick Talaepa says contributing something positive to another person’s life makes it all count

Baby love

Baby love Name: Bonnie Hunter   Age: 29  Job: Midwife  City/town: Christchurch  What does your job entail? I am a lead maternity carer (LMC) midwife, working in the community. I am self-employed, with a caseload of women whom I look after throughout their pregnancies, births and until their babies are six weeks old. I care...
Do you love helping people and want to make a difference?

Off the scale

Ensuring people abide by the rules and regulations that support a sustainable fishery - SIGN US UP!

Top dogs

Using the dog’s abilities to track and chase down those who choose to break the law.
Taryn Woodham graduated as a teacher more than 12 years ago, but life took her in other directions. It wasn’t until two years ago that she “came a full circle” and began working as a primary school teacher in Christchurch.

A passion for food

Avril Grant’s foodie career path started out in delicatessens. She got her “lucky break” when she landed a job with Ruth Pretty Catering and over the next 13 and a half years Ruth Pretty taught Avril everything she needed to know to be a chef.
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