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Lisa Blakie: Residents of Darfield house daubed in Swastikas complain about police harassment and say their house has been left in a mess. Police say the house is in better condition. Lots of stuff has been taken from the house including a couch.

Sweat Shop: Employment court has delivered its biggest award yet. $360,000 for a woman running a sweatshop. The DOL says the warning serves as a warning for Sweat Shop owners.

Ethiopia: is stricken by strife and civil war and starvation. So much need by only most basic facilities. Children shown starving to death. Everyday people are dying mostly young children. Muslim prayer for dead said over the body of a four-year old . 0800 80 2000 - 0800 600 700

Constitutional conference. PM says she doesn't believe we should become a republic but that it is inevitable that the Queen be replaced. Will not the new NZ pose the question why we have a head of state who . Not much support for idea of Northland secession. Anette Sykes says she supports constitution as long as it is based on the Treaty of Waitangi. Lawyers say a constitution would protect us from the winds of political change.

Panda Love Spat: Daughter Panda was the run-away. Tiff between the two a few days ago thought to be cause Competition for new male may be cause of argument. In this case daughter lost out to the older woman.

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