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On the Money: Rod Drury, Rob Campbell, who's using Thompson Lewis, and more

Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 10 Jul 2021

Rod Drury moved to Queenstown in 2018 with a goal of doing things that weren’t related to work. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Stevenson
Sat, 10 Jul 2021
Welcome to On the Money, our weekly column on money and the people making it.Spitting in the windWhat do you do if you find your company up against one of the more persuasive operatives in the business? Answer: bring in a big gun to fire back.So it appears to be with Asia Pacific Healthcare Group’s decision to retain top Auckland lobbyists Thompson Lewis to argue their case in a testy skirmish occurring on the margins of the covid-19 battlefield.APHG won the contract for national saliva testing in late May and has been conducting a t...

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