New Zealand Herald: Attorney General Christopher Finlayson has released the draft terms of reference for the inquiry into an outbreak of Campylobacter bacteria in Havelock North’s water supply. It will look at how the water supply was contaminated, whether the response was appropriate, and any wider lessons for New Zealand’s water supply network.

The inquiry won’t consider questions of civil, criminal or disciplinary liability. The outbreak has caused about 4500 people to get sick, with 355 suspected Campylobacter cases.

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