Hot air and Solid Energy: Don Elder and co at the select committee

By Jane Clifton In Business, Economy, Politics

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15th March, 2013
The Solid Energy sequel at Parliament’s commerce select committee lacked only SBW in a pair of satin shorts. Don Elder arrived flanked by Chapman Tripp lawyers who, never mind legal services, looked as though they’d ninja-chop anyone who got too close. Clayton Cosgrove lowered and twitched on the other side of the ring, planning utu for slights inflicted by Solid Energy’s current bosses in the first bout the previous week. “This is unfinished business,” he seethed. The ref, Jonathan Young, tactfully let the match go for extra rounds, and deservedly so, as it was easily the most ...

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