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Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

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Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.

Briggs gets paid $469,040 per year, a salary that puts him slightly behind New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, but ahead of Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters.

Ardern recently announced that she, other Government ministers and top public sector bosses would cut their pay packets to acknowledge Kiwis doing it tough in the Covid-19 crisis.

Briggs said on Wednesday that he would not take a 20 per cent cut but was ring fencing part of his recent $16,000 pay rise – $2436 over a two month period – to a staff hardship fund.

Ardern recently announced that she, other Government ministers and top public sector bosses would cut their pay packets to acknowledge Kiwis doing it tough in the Covid-19 crisis.

Briggs said on Wednesday that he would not take a 20 per cent cut but was ring fencing part of his recent $16,000 pay rise – $2436 over a two month period – to a staff hardship fund.

Ardern recently announced that she, other Government ministers and top public sector bosses would cut their pay packets to acknowledge Kiwis doing it tough in the Covid-19 crisis.

Briggs said on Wednesday that he would not take a 20 per cent cut but was ring fencing part of his recent $16,000 pay rise – $2436 over a two month period – to a staff hardship fund.

Ardern recently announced that she, other Government ministers and top public sector bosses would cut their pay packets to acknowledge Kiwis doing it tough in the Covid-19 crisis.

Briggs said on Wednesday that he would not take a 20 per cent cut but was ring fencing part of his recent $16,000 pay rise – $2436 over a two month period – to a staff hardship fund.

Ardern recently announced that she, other Government ministers and top public sector bosses would cut their pay packets to acknowledge Kiwis doing it tough in the Covid-19 crisis.

Briggs said on Wednesday that he would not take a 20 per cent cut but was ring fencing part of his recent $16,000 pay rise – $2436 over a two month period – to a staff hardship fund.

Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.Hamilton City Council’s chief executive Richard Briggs has done an about-turn and pledged to cut his salary by 20 per cent for the next six months.