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SSC Report On Clare Curran's Employment

Investigation into the Engagement of Clare Curran by the Ministry for the Environment - Report to the State Services Commissioner

A report to the State Services Commissioner by Deputy State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie, 19 December 2007.

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