First NSW teacher strike in a decade, PM under pressure over MP’s rant | 9 News Australia

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Hundreds of schools are closed, and thousands of teachers are on strike across New South Wales over staff shortages and stagnant wages. In political news, pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to reprimand Coalition backbencher George Christensen after his shocking rant encouraged protests over COVID-19 restrictions.

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