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SCF director's role in losses at religious school

Anglican school Craighead has broken its silence over the contributory mortgage debacle, admitting to losing money in risky investments made in organisations connected to its charitable foundation's chairman and former South Canterbury Finance director Ed

Matt Nippert
Fri, 17 Sep 2010

Anglican school Craighead has broken its silence over the contributory mortgage debacle, admitting to losing money in risky investments made in organisations connected to its charitable foundation's chairman and former South Canterbury Finance director Edward Sullivan.

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Matt Nippert
Fri, 17 Sep 2010
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