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Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett Calls For Racing Probe

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 02 / 16

Former Victorian Premier Jeff Kennett "has demanded Racing Victoria launch an immediate investigation into the special meeting that has allowed Melbourne Racing Club office bearers to add six years to their terms," according to Patrick Bartley of THE AGE. Kennett said that Racing Victoria CEO Bernar...

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