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On the Money: Grant Robertson, Greg Foran, Bogoievski and more

Victoria Young
Sat, 13 Feb 2021

Finance Minister Grant Robertson
Victoria Young
Sat, 13 Feb 2021
Prominent picsFinance Minister Grant Robertson is either feeling very confident about the employment outlook or is impervious to the complaints of professional photographers about the decline of their profession against competition from amateur snappers.Or perhaps the reason one of his holiday snaps was used on the front cover (pictured below) of this week’s Budget Policy Statement stems from the fact that the government has been embarrassed once too often after using stock images that turned out to depict one of the following:- A scene f...

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