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Peter Doone - A Principals Lot - Victoria University Payout - God's Army

PETER DOONE: The Police Commissioner says his new job in the PM's department will be a continuation of work he has been doing in crime prevention. Mr Doone says reducing Maori offending is a very imp

PRINCIPALS LOT: The author of a book about failing schools says that there should be more training for principals. The book says the job is very complex and that principals feel guilty about spending money.

PROTECTION ORDERS: A Wellington criminal barrister says that too many protection orders are being granted in Wellington courts. The lawyer says many orders are granted without adequate investigation. A family lawyer says that he

VICTORIA UNIVERSITY PAYOUT: A decision on whether the payout to Victoria University's departing chancellor is now before the Ombudsman. Minister Trevor Mallard says the ombudsman is considering a news media request for the information.

GOD'S ARMY: 12-year-old twin leaders of God's Army s were among the guerillas killed in the storming of a hospital in Thailand.

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