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Langoulant Inquiry slams Barnett Govt spending

A special inquiry into 31 projects and programs under the Barnett Government has delivered a scathing assessment of the way they were managed – and how money was spent.

Headed up by John Langoulant – the inquiry looked at centre-piece projects such as the Perth Stadium, Elizabeth Quay, hospital contracts and Royalties for Regions.

Mr Langoulant told Oliver Peterson the previous Government spent too much money – ignored warnings from Treasury and the Auditor General – and lacked transparency. He said Royalties for Regions should continue but change is needed.

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