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Transparency and accountability badly needed

  • Wed, 08 Nov 2017
  • Brian de Lore
What you get when the Racing Board doesn’t want you to know something: complete redaction of a sensitive document.

What you get when the Racing Board doesn’t want you to know something: complete redaction of a sensitive document.

If our new Racing Minister Winston Peters keeps his promise and sweeps a wide broom through racing administration and the Racing Act is dismantled and rebuilt, then facility must be made for complete transparency and accountability to the stake holders. Racing doesn’t operate like any normal business in that the stakeholders are not bona fide shareholders and in reality have no say in their destiny. The administration of racing began in the first instance with the appointment of racing …
 

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