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Wake Up Call: A little less local in water authorities

Staff reporters
Mon, 19 Jul 2021

Wake Up Call: A little less local in water authorities
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Staff reporters
Mon, 19 Jul 2021
Summary Forced amalgamation of the country’s 67 local water services into four bodies covering the whole country is looking increasingly likely. Meanwhile, Fletcher Building CEO has revealed some of his personal motivations stem from growing up in a single-parent household.Water amalgamation Forced amalgamation of the country’s 67 local water services into four bodies covering the whole country is looking increasingly likely, with local government’s peak body signing an agreement to accept that outcome if central government re...

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