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  •   Home > News > Education

    Jacinda Ardern is confident there's enough tradies to carry out a nationwide spruce up of schools

    Jacinda Ardern is confident there's enough tradies to carry out a nationwide spruce up of schools


    The Prime Minister unveiled a 400-million-dollar school infrastructure investment at the Labour Party's annual conference yesterday.

    She says it will create jobs in every community.

    Ardern says there will be work across the board - from repairing roofs, to resealing sports courts and replacing coal boilers.

    She says companies will be able to take extra people on because of the continuity of work.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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