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Hot showers and free laundry service are back for homeless people in level 3.
Caregivers take on role of teacher, cook and fitness instructor to keep kids thriving.
Restaurant owner's honest social media posts give a serving of hope to those in lockdown.
Papa Hone uses lively Facebook messages to get support for and find those in need.
Couple deliver free groceries to those in need who can't access drive-in food banks.
Kauriland teachers create a funny lockdown video to connect with children during lockdown.
Fisherman puts dinner on the table for struggling families.
Generous builder provides 2000 food parcels to the same community he helped after tornado.
Freezing cold water troughs were part of Sian Noble-Campbell's daily lockdown routine.
Corban and Charlotte Mitchell used some of their lockdown time to collect rubbish
A woman in Howick has entertained her local community with great creativity.
Woman creates suburban lockdown 'Mt Everest' to climb to raise cash for others.
"She treats every person [getting vaccinated] like they are walking into business class."
Couple makes food parcels for those in need despite devastating restaurant fire last year.
Funny woman's 'dad jokes' placed along pathways bring laughter for those in lockdown.
Top chef spends lockdown in the kitchen to serve meals to those who serve the community.
Pharmacy running double shifts to get through tsunami of lockdown prescriptions.
Sikh community has been giving food parcels since the last lockdown but just got busier.
Well-known fitness guru turns food delivery saviour for those struggling during lockdown.
Sye Peita thought his video, at most, would make the rounds locally - not internationally.
Darnel Eparaima and her daughter Nataria have started their own community initiative.
Grocery store owners have been hailed "Lockdown Heroes" for offering free essentials.
The owner of a popular steakhouse is cooking for those in need despite his store closure.
Caring mum sends care packages to parents looking after sick kids at Starship hospital.
Local butcher helps out the competition after 30 per cent of staff told to self-isolate.