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Billions spent so why is health and education broken?

OPINION: Why banks, schools and hospitals are clogging the talkback lines.

NBR columnist Duncan Garner speaks with Dita De Boni.

Duncan Garner Tue, 14 Mar 2023

I spent the best part of the past few days taking calls on my talk radio show on three topics: our banks, schools, and hospitals.

The reaction was incredible to all three.

Banking on us

On banks, people are angry they earn so much, and want to change to a New Zealand bank but appear to not know how

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Billions spent so why is health and education broken?
Duncan Disorderly,
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