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Ministers advance with shovels at the ready

Wednesday 1 Jul 20 12:00pm

Ready to rip


INFRUSTRUCTURE minister Shane Jones says New Zealand should be focusing its climate-change action on preparing for the impacts of a warming climate.

Jones and finance minister Grant Robertson have today announced how they will divvy up $3 billion earmarked for shovel-ready projects to boost the economy after the covid-19 pandemic shutdown.

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