Clarence Town family lodges Human Rights Commission complaint over a Hunter school's actions toward their disabled son and his nappies

By Belinda-Jane Davis
Updated July 25 2016 - 8:22am, first published 4:00am

A dispute over pull-up nappies at a Hunter primary school has left a Clarence Town family seeking justice for their disabled son through the Human Rights Commission.

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