The New Zealand Herald

Curran case closed


There is little to be gained by forcing RNZ chairman Richard Griffin to hand over a voicemail from Clare Curran, Jacinda Ardern says. Asked about Griffin’s refusal to comply with a request by a parliament­ary committee to turn over the voicemail from the Broadcasti­ng Minister, the PM said yesterday the matter had come to an end: “The minister has apologised, admitted her mistakes. Richard Griffin has made his position clear. I’m not sure there’s much more to be gained.” Griffin said releasing Curran’s voicemail would further damage RNZ’s relationsh­ip with her and the Government.

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