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Information Morning - NS Not giving up on hub schools Jul 24, 2015 | 8:20Mid-summer report. We'll check in with a parent in Maitland, after people in River John renew their efforts to keep a hub school alive. Information Morning hears from the parents who met with the Premier and Education Minister. And speaks with Denise Mil
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