School teachers from the Border took part in the joint industrial strike despite 3 per cent pay rise

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By Sophie Else
Updated June 30 2022 - 9:52am, first published 4:30am
BETTER PAY: Teachers unhappy about the 3 per cent pay rise in last weeks budget saying they want more. Pictures: MARK JESSER

Hundreds of Border teachers from public and Catholic schools refused to work on Thursday as part of a NSW-wide strike for better pay and conditions.

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