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12 30 Dr Muriel Newman - Outstanding Child Support payments continue to climb, what is to be done with the recalcitrant fathers?

1 00 Ngaire Thomas - Author of - The Brethrens: Behind Closed Doors Ngaire was brought up in the Brethren church but left in 1974. Behind Closed Doors is her account of life in the religion.

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