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Parent Rescue was a six-part documentary series, produced and broadcast by the SBS. The series explored the exasperating job of raising kids and looked at the role of the family services group Karitane in helping desperate parents.
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TO SAVE A CHILDÂ
In the dark of night, Quinn Robertson is on the run with her little niece, desperate to bring the child to her biological father. All Quinn knows from her scared sister is that the girl is in terrible danger. And when a security and rescue specialist intercepts Quinn and claims he's there to help her, she isn't sure who to trust. According to Malone Henderson, Quinn's niece was stolen as a baby from her real fatherâthe very man Quinn is trying to reach. As Quinn works with Malone to uncover the truth, someone is trying very hard to make sure certain secrets stay buried, and that father and daughter are never reunited.Â
Mission: RescueâNo job is too dangerous for these fearless heroes
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