NSW inquiry into health funding may be bound for Border

Anthony Bunn
Updated April 7 2024 - 4:52pm, first published 4:00pm
Doctor turned politician Amanda Cohn addresses Wodonga Council's health summit held in March as Victorian Opposition health spokeswoman Georgie Crozier watches on. Picture by Mark Jesser
Doctor turned politician Amanda Cohn addresses Wodonga Council's health summit held in March as Victorian Opposition health spokeswoman Georgie Crozier watches on. Picture by Mark Jesser

A NSW investigation into health funding, which was ordered by Premier Chris Minns, could be coming to Albury.

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Anthony Bunn

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