AG to probe National’s complaint on KiwiBuild

AG to probe National’s complaint on KiwiBuild

Craig McCulloch Wellington, July 16, 2019 The Auditor-General’s investigators are to look into the National Party’s complaints about taxpayer funding being used to underwrite KiwiBuild homes. National MP Judith Collins raised objections to the policy in a meeting with Auditor-General John Ryan in late May, arguing that public money may have been misused. Cabinet approval breached She said that numerous…

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New facilities to improve services at Middlemore Hospital

New facilities to improve services at Middlemore Hospital

Venkat Raman Middlemore Hospital in South Auckland, which has been a subject of concern and public criticism, is to get a new lease of life with improved services. The country’s busiest hospital will get a state-of-the-art Acute Dialysis and Cardiac Service, following the approval of $14.6 million in additional funding announced last week. Increased patient intake Health Minister Dr David…

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India goes for investment friendly, high incentive Budget

Tax relief for companies, higher income groups to pay more Nirmala Sitharaman presents her first Fiscal Statement to Parliament Venkat Raman India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented to Parliament in New Delhi on Friday, July 5, 2019 a populist Budget 2019-2020, with a promise to ‘Build a Better India,’ with a vision to turn it into a US$ 5 trillion…

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