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Finance Minister Grant Robertson won't commit to promising a second year of fees-free studies

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Finance Minister Grant Robertson won't commit to promising a second year of fees-free studiesFinance Minister Grant Robertson won't commit to rolling out free second-year study for tertiary students, after today reallocating $200 million from its fees-free policy after lower than expected enrolments.In his pre-Budget speech...
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