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Canterbury schools facing closure or merger got the personal touch they didn't want this morning.
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2/10/2012 7:25:48 p.m.
Aunty Flash wrote:
Where does the education minister find these muppets that provide her with all this incorrect information? Are they all ex ACC experts...Kia kaha Hekia, kanohi ki kanohi.
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