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NZ First reckons it would bring public spending under control

Party candidate Shane Jones believes neither National nor Labour's election promises are affordable.

WATCH: New Zealand First's Northland candidate Shane Jones speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Thu, 21 Sep 2023

New Zealand First’s Northland candidate Shane Jones has suggested the next government could bring in people from the private sector to help make cuts to public spending.

Jones said when the Labour Party formed the Government in 1984 it brought in a host of private sector identities to deal with

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