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The United Nations children's agency, Unicef, says New Zealand's adoption law is nearly 60 years out of date and successive governments have failed to act on a series of its recommendations.
A charter school being set up in Northland says New Zealand First's claims in Parliament that it has run out of money and will be using portaloos for toilets are untrue.
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