List of Shortland Street characters (2002)

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The following is a list of characters that first appeared in the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street in 2002, by order of first appearance.

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Delphi Greenlaw

Delphine "Delphi" Greenlaw made her debut on 22 March 2002 as the younger sister of Geoff (Andrew Laing) and Anne Greenlaw (Emmeline Hawthorne). A tomboy, Delphi was shown to prefer Rugby over fashion and entered a whirlwind of controversy when she dated the much older, Dominic Warner (Shane Cortese). She was portrayed by Anna Hutchison until 2004.

Harry Warner

Harry Warner (né Thompson-Warner) first appeared in May 2002. He has been portrayed by Reid Walker since 2009.

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