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Up to 10,000 people have marched through Dunedin to protest against the possible closure of the region's brain surgery unit.
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6/08/2010 7:48:07 p.m.
This Tony Ryall should wake up too the fact that many people out there are not going to put up with much more of rash stupidity in the health sector,going around hospital boards and sacking staff up and down both lengths of the country,and now this in Dunedin,not only people in the streets but doctors nurses,mayors etc this is typical of the National government it is just following on where Shipley and Richardson left off, before getting thrown out on their necks.Go protesters and up set the game in Christchurch Saturday night,as Key will be there,throw as much crap as you can at this irrational nat government.
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