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12 Dec 2019 7:50
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    Police have given the all-clear to Otago Boys' High after a threat was made on the first day of exams

    Police have given the all-clear to Otago Boys' High after a threat was made on the first day of exams


    Students were earlier told not to turn up to exams, or to check the Facebook page to see if it had been moved to another school.

    Police have now lifted cordons, after a sweep of the grounds found nothing of concern.

    Police will remain at the school for the next few hours to provide reassurance.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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