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More government policies rolled back in face of inflation

Chris Hipkins says the Government knows people are having to make tough calls.

Benefits, superannuation payments, and student support payments will increase by 7.22% – the rate of inflation – on April 1.

Brent Edwards Mon, 13 Mar 2023

The Government is scrapping the clean car upgrade scheme as part of a suite of measures to free up money to help households deal with cost-of-living pressures.

At the same time, Prime Minister Chris Hipkins also announced that benefits, superannuation payments, and student support payments would

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