On the Money: Small mercies for Brownlee, Ritchie rich, Supie's funeral cost and more

On the Money: Small mercies for Brownlee, Ritchie rich, Supie's funeral cost and more
A long road for the new speaker. (Image: NZME)
Paul McBeth
When Christopher met GerryParliamentary watchers were treated to a classic case of Christchurch’s “what school did you go to” question in this week's opening debates. During the election of Gerry Brownlee as parliament’s speaker of the house, prime minister Christopher Luxon reminisced on meeting the gregarious member when he was still the transport minister during John Key’s administration. “We hit it off once we had established that we had both started off life at Loreto College in Windermere...

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