Big Push Reminder

Written By: - Date published: 5:40 pm, July 8th, 2011 - 3 comments
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3 comments on “Big Push Reminder”

  1. If that’s a bit small on the poster:

    Bring your children, friends, and buggies and join the BIG PUSH up Queen St to show your support for quality early childhood education.

    Meet at Queen Elizabeth Square at 10.30am

    March up Queen St, finishing with a rally, sausage sizzle and kids entertainment at Aotea Square at 11.30am

  2. Deadly_NZ 2

    Sorry we live in Levin. But we will be there in spirit. Can someone please E-mail me the sausages – with Raw onion, and Mustard, No train Smash. Thanx

  3. childhood education.?
    We all could do with some education that is for sure, politicians even more so.

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