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Nats Reshuffle - Granny Kidnap - Burglary Stats - Bizarre Accident - Un-uniformed Kids Not Wanted

NATS RESHUFFLE: National Party reshuffle today. Jerry Brownlee with education has a lot to prove. Jenny Shipley will be going head to head with the PM on Closing The Gaps, with the assistance of Georgina te Heuheu.

GRANNY KIDNAP: An Auckland grandmother has been found guilty of abducting her four grand-daughters. She says took them because their mother was leaving them home alone. The grandmother tried three times to get CYFS to intervene. CYFS says it was a low priority case because they were not being sexually or violently abused.

BURGLARY STATS: Burglary stats are at their lowest level in 18 years.

BIZARRE ACCIDENT: A bizarre accident near Ashburton claimed the lives today when a trailer detached itself from a furniture truck and collided with a car.

UN-UNIFORMED KIDS NOT WANTED: Mercury Bay Area School is refusing to teach pupils who do not have complete school uniforms. Instead they get sent to a "withdrawal room" when they turn up. Parents are angry and a lawyer says it is high handed. The school's principal and board refuse to comment.

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