NZ@Noon: Fake notes and hoax abduction

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Clare Wishart "I open and close this door... and yet the female swallow sat on her eggs."
Clare Wishart "I open and close this door... and yet the female swallow sat on her eggs."

Stories making the headlines around the regions today include a fake windfall in Hawke's Bay and a hoax abduction in Rotorua.

In Hawke's Bay, retailers have been warned to be on the lookout after a number of fake $20 and $50 notes surfaced in Napier, Hastings and Taradale.

Allegations a Rotorua child was abducted from outside his school have been revealed as untrue.

Foreigners owe around $72,000 in outstanding medical bills to Wairarapa Hospital.

Miss Universe New Zealand Holly Cassidy
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One of the kiwi on Motukawanui Island. PHOTO/PAULINE MORETTI
One of the kiwi on Motukawanui Island. PHOTO/PAULINE MORETTI

Five kiwi raised in captivity are now running free on the Far North's Motukawanui Island.

Finally Christmas has come early for Clare Wishart who got an early morning surprise when she opened her back door.

Clare Wishart "I open and close this door... and yet the female swallow sat on her eggs."
Clare Wishart "I open and close this door... and yet the female swallow sat on her eggs."

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