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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says he is not to blame for pension overpayments of $18,000

New Zealand Herald Monday, 4 November 2019 ()
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says he is not to blame for pension overpayments of $18,000Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters says his reputation is still being damaged by a leak two years ago which revealed he had been overpaid in pension money. In a departure from his Government role, Peters stepped into the witness...
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