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He mustn't teach our kids again -parents - Chastened Umaga vows to 'play my guts out' - Road of Nightmares - Celebrations begin for Queen Mum - Inside Headlines - Sports Lead - Editorial

He mustn't teach our kids again - parents: A Wellington teacher found guilty of assaulting a pupil should never teach special needs children again, say parents and police.

Chastened Umaga vows to "play my guts out': All Black wing Tana Umaga says he will be making a concerted effort to make sure the drinking session which saw him captured drunk on video is not repeated.

Road of Nightmares: The front page pic. shows Dennis Martin at the grave of his partner and daughter who were killed on the notorious road south of Paekakariki.

Celebrations begin for Queen Mum: Many happy returns for the day, ma'am - please!

Inside headlines:

- By-election talk in Far North;
- Te Heuheu hits Govt 'dithering';
- Accident changed life;
- Poutasi may appear before inquiry;
- Angry Peters grills SFO boss;
- Revamp public service, Mallard;
- Janet Frame biography launched;
- Iwi have say on resource consents;
- Our girls ready for battle of the babes;
- Row in DWI office;
- Dinghy sinks after fisheries chase catch;
- Ritchie's husband ill;
- Treaty provision to stay - Wilson;
- Dunne quake list grandstanding, councillor says.
Sports Lead:

Acid on ABs to front up: The All Blacks chances in the Bledisloe and Tri-Nations decider against the Wallabies on Saturday will determined by the eight powerhouses up front rather than the flyers out wide.

Editorial - We say: It's time for Transmission Gully - Black,black, black.

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