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Government pushes money to fight small retail crime

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern rejects suggestions the Government is soft on crime.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Police Minister Chris Hipkins.

Brent Edwards Mon, 28 Nov 2022

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced more money to help fight a rise in retail crime.

The Government will provide a $4000 subsidy for all small shops and dairies who want to install fog cannons. A new $4 million fund will match councils in Auckland, Hamilton, and Bay of Plenty

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