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The coalition Government has settled into their new roles- and the Deputy Prime Minister's been at the centre of controversy.
Winston Peters has twice implied the media's been bribed, referring to the previous Government's $55 million Public Interest Journalism Fund.
Labour has fired back at Peters, claiming Winston's comments reflect a chaotic and uncontrolled Government.
NZ Herald political reporter Michael Neilson says it's unlikely Luxon was able to pull Peters into line, considering he leads a third of the coalition Government.
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