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A report into who leaked Cabinet papers on the restructuring of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade has found the source was most likely a temporary State Services Commission staff member.
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The High Court has ordered the Government to pay more than $99,000 in legal costs to Phillipstown School in Christchurch for its successful challenge against a decision to close the school.
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House prices hit a fresh record in November although the number of sales was relatively soft, possibly indicating the impact of the Reserve Bank's restrictions on lending to people with small deposits.
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