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On the Money: Ross Taylor, Mark Weldon, John Ryder, a judge on the drums, and more

Victoria Young
Sat, 19 Jun 2021

Former NZX boss Mark Weldon's pool was a hot topic at a hearing this week.
Victoria Young
Sat, 19 Jun 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it. Weldon’s wet weekSubmitters at the Russell Coutts water permit hearing in Queenstown got plaudits from veteran commissioner Rob van Voorthuysen for their conduct this week in what was an emotionally charged situation for many of the Crown Terrace residents, but it wasn’t all goodwill to all. On the Money was surprised to see Mark Weldon come in for some personal treatment in the written submissions by Coutts’s lawyer Phil Pag...

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