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Albury district teachers fight for better pay, working conditions

Caroline Tung
Updated May 4 2022 - 9:07pm, first published 4:30pm
SOLIDARITY: Almost 350 Albury district teachers and principals joined the NSW teachers strike at Albury's Commercial Club on Tuesday to fight for better working conditions and pay. Picture: MARK JESSER
SOLIDARITY: Almost 350 Albury district teachers and principals joined the NSW teachers strike at Albury's Commercial Club on Tuesday to fight for better working conditions and pay. Picture: MARK JESSER

Hundreds of Albury district teachers and principals have rallied to fight for better working conditions and increased pay.

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Caroline Tung

Caroline Tung

Journalist

Since moving to the Border, I have grown to love the community and telling stories of its extraordinary people. I previously worked in Gladstone, Sydney and Melbourne. In 2019, I was awarded the Walkley Foundation's Jacoby Walkley Scholarship for TV journalism. 2018 Melbourne Press Club Quill Awards finalist. Monash University Master of Journalism graduate.

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