Auditor General finds 'shortcomings' in Labor's 'Local Jobs' election scheme
Friday, 9 November 2018
An audit of Labor's 'Local Projects, Local jobs' election cash scheme has found "shortcomings" in how the project's $38 million in grants have been handed out.
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