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Green MP and minister Eugenie Sage under fire from party members over Otakiri water-bottling decision

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 13 June 2018 ()
Green MP and minister Eugenie Sage under fire from party members over Otakiri water-bottling decisionGreen MP and Minister Eugenie Sage has been accused of "selling out" by her own party over a decision to allow a Chinese-owned company to expand its Bay of Plenty water-bottling plant.Sage has been forced to defend the decision...
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