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A museum. Laying poor management, bullying, and much more, to rest.

First, we received a very fair assessment:

ODT 2.9.13 Peter Entwisle - Otago Museum (page 9)ODT 2.9.13 Peter Entwisle – Art Beat, Opinion (page 9)

And now, this week’s tidy and brave acknowledgement:

ODT 25.9.13 Letter to the editor (page 17)ODT 25.9.13 Letter to the editor (page 17)

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Otago Museum re-imaged [newzealandtimesfortwo.blogspot.com] copyOmmmmmmmmmm.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr | What if? Dunedin… A blog about the social and built environment at Dunedin.

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DScene exposes museum director’s salary

“Council was not aware of it. It was certainly a surprise to many people who had heard the figures.”

### DScene 18.1.12 (page 3)
Council in the dark over Paul
By Wilma McCorkindale
Dunedin City Council should have been told what the director of the ratepayer-funded Otago Museum is earning, deputy community development chairman Cr Paul Hudson believes. Hudson acknowledged D Scene’s persistance on making the information public: “And the answer has been very revealing.” […] Figures showed Paul earned $310,793 last year — higher than the highest-paid staff member at the national museum of New Zealand, Te Papa.
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