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MEDIA ALERT: PRESS CONFERENCE RE SCHOOL CLOSURES DUE TO BUSHFIRE RISK

NSW Department of Education < 1 mins read

MEDIA ALERT

NSW Department of Education Secretary Murat Dizdar

 

on

 

Temporary closure of public schools due to bushfire conditions

 

WHEN: 1.45pm, Tuesday 19 September 2023

WHERE: Drummoyne Public School, Rawson Ave, Drummoyne NSW 2047

 

 

 

Secretary Dizdar will hold a press conference to update on the proactive temporary closure of schools on the south coast of NSW due to the extreme fire rating.

 

For more information contact: mediaunit@det.nsw.edu.au

 

 

 

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