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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Phil Twyford's office says he was not involved in the decision on funding for Taranaki's Green School

    Phil Twyford's office says he was not involved in the decision on funding for Taranaki's Green School


    Labour's Stuart Nash has claimed the project was signed off by Twyford and New Zealand First Minister Shane Jones.

    But, Twyford's office says he was NOT involved.

    Instead, it says Twyford and Jones solicited the long list of projects -- but didn't have a hand in signing them off.

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