Triple-day protest North Island teachers took it to the streets and then to Carrot Park Monday

Triple-day protest

North Island teachers took it to the streets and then to Carrot Park Monday

  • Mar. 7, 2012 8:00 p.m.

North Island teachers took it to the streets and then to Carrot Park Monday, the first day of a three day protest of the government’s move to legislate their contract.

 

 

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