Wed, 19 Sep 2012 6:18p.m.
A Kiwi soldier wounded in an attack in Afghanistan last month is fighting to save his children's school in Canterbury.
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21/09/2012 12:03:34 a.m.
How apalling is to community to loose 5 of there brothers be supporting their injured, then wait for. Those. Still fighting who will now have to return home. To fight. For their childrens school.
Shame on us all and not the best way to honour fallen and. Injured heroes _
20/09/2012 4:49:31 p.m.
Dee Donovan wrote:
InsensItive, heartless, short sighted and obviously not in touch with the people. Mr Key, you have failed the servicemen and women of New Zealand.
20/09/2012 11:48:42 a.m.
Any education policy must now be incorporated in John Banks non election secret charter school agenda. These closers and mergers are just all part of the policy. Too claim they are not is a falsehood. Wheres the nearest school to Burnham these kids will need to be bused too.
20/09/2012 7:47:02 a.m.
ticked off wrote:
This is a community school, specific really, to the local industry and it should stay.. while the high decile Heaton Intermediate, is staying...no surprizes there.. who votes national..? oh that's right.. wealthy
19/09/2012 11:22:46 p.m.
Robert W wrote:
Not a good look from the education Department. I know the school well, surely its not that bad.
Good on you Craig maybe they'll change their minds.
Godbless New Zealand.
19/09/2012 7:24:08 p.m.
Wayne Hawker wrote:
This is the very reason behind my rally on Sat To me Major Wilson is a true hero and we all need to stand and fight just like Major Wilson Communities are the power behind the schools and Schools are the Identity of the community. Lose the school lose the community
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