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Ideological government indulges sectional political constituency

Gary Judd QC gives his view on the government’s three waters reform.

Gary Judd
Tue, 31 Aug 2021

Tim Hunter’s excellent piece, The flaw at the heart of water reform, called attention to the disjunction between councils’ 100% ownership of the infrastructure with their 50% control of the oversight boards.

This understates the impact of the three waters proposal. Councils now own drinking

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Gary Judd
Tue, 31 Aug 2021
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