John Tamihere says central government should pay for the infrastructure in Auckland and not the rate payer following his most recent announcement during his campaign in the Auckland mayoral race.
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Former ministers of opposing political parties, John Tamihere and Christine Fletcher have joined forces to run for the Auckland mayoralty.
The pair announced their campaign with former National Minister Fletcher, set as the former Labour Minister, Tamihere's deputy.