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Tonight on The Huddle, Jordan Williams from the Taxpayers' Union and Infrastructure NZ Chief Executive Nick Leggett joined in on discussion about the following issues of the day- and more!
Finance Minister Nicola Willis remains firm in her decision to scrap cost increases to the Cook Strait mega-ferries project. Does this serve as a warning to the public service around budgets for big projects? What happens next?
GDP fell 0.3 percent in the three months to September - a much worse result than forecast by most economists. Does this mean New Zealand is in recession?
Buller District Council has placed a limit on how many cats residents can own- only two cats are permitted per household. What do we think of this?
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