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Christine Rankin – Jane Clifton About The House – Health Bonuses – Rich List

CHRISTINE RANKIN: Crown lawyers questioned DWI boss Christine Rankin in the Employment Court yesterday, painting her as an incompetent leader who had been declared a risk even by the previous government.

JANE CLIFTON ABOUT THE HOUSE: After a gobsmacking start to the Christine Rankin court case, the Government came to Parliament clinging like grim death to two much-abused words: sub judice.

HEALTH BONUSES: The State Services Commission vetoed a $200,000 performance bonus for Auckland District Health Board boss Graeme Edmond.

RICH LIST: New Zealand’s richest family, the Todds, is 490th on the Forbes rich list.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Axe falls on passenger train services;
- Pardon bid for former Wanganui police boss;
- Burton wants board row over.

Editorial: Welfare out of control.

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