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Former transport minister Dean Nalder. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Murphy labels Nalder's actions 'not reasonable'

The auditor general says former transport minister Dean Nalder’s decision to withhold information from parliament about his proposed Max Light Rail project was unreasonable, as the details were already in the public domain.

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