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Jackson's loss won't be made public due to "clause"

Mon, 03 Nov 2014


The Chief Minister won't reveal how much money the Jackson's concert lost - despite previously saying the figure should be made public.

Allan Bell says whilst he believes people have a right to know the information is subject to a confidentiality clause written into the contract agreed by government.

Agents involved in the organisation of the event stipulated that any negative monetary details can't be made public - a condition which is frequently agreed with private sub-contractors.

He says that on this occasion it's regrettable:

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