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Baird cops a rant from shockjock

New South Wales Premier Mike Baird talks to students during visit to Auburn North Public School in Sydney on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016. Premier Baird today announced 40 new classrooms will be built and almost 900 additional students accommodated at Auburn North Public School, Lidcombe Public School and Marie Bashir Public School. (AAP Image/Paul Miller) NO ARCHIVING
New South Wales Premier Mike Baird talks to students during visit to Auburn North Public School in Sydney on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016. Premier Baird today announced 40 new classrooms will be built and almost 900 additional students accommodated at Auburn North Public School, Lidcombe Public School and Marie Bashir Public School. (AAP Image/Paul Miller) NO ARCHIVING PAUL MILLER

FIREBRAND radio host Alan Jones has laid into NSW Premier Mike Baird, saying he runs an administration where only his opinions matter and labelling him "Kim Jong Baird”, Australia's version of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.

Jones said the NSW Government was "in disarray” and laid the blame at the decisions to force councils to merge, its support of the Independent Commission Against Corruption, the proposed move of the Powerhouse Museum from the CBD to Western Sydney and the axing of greyhound racing. - NEWS CORP

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