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    Auckland Council is refusing to comment on allegations of aggressive behaviour by a senior officer

    Auckland Council is refusing to comment on allegations of aggressive behaviour by a senior officer


    A council whistleblower has passed on the claims to the Herald - with confirmation from multiple sources.

    The allegations include an incident at last year's All Blacks test against France at Eden Park, an expletive-ridden after-hours phone call, and mediation with a colleague.

    Chief executive Stephen Town has declined an interviewed.

    He says Council doesn't comment on individual employment matters, and that it's not appropriate to discuss how they are dealt with.

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