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Government working groups and reviews could cost $250 million or more, says National

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Government working groups and reviews could cost $250 million or more, says NationalTaxpayers will end up paying close to $250 million for the Government's 182 reviews and working groups, the National Party claims.But a spokesman for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has strongly rejected National's numbers and costings...
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