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As we draw closer to the federal election we’re more likely to see politicians from all major parties making all sorts of promises to their electorates they either want to win or are in danger of losing. In recent years we’ve seen a series of audits questioning the way this kind of spending is politically weaponised at the expense of projects that could be more useful to the nation. Paul Farrell takes a closer look at the billions spent on infrastructure.

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