Over the last two weeks we've heard all about Novopay - the Ministry of Education's new payroll system, and the seemingly endless problems it has caused.
To put it in perspective, more than 100,000 people are on the Education Ministry's payroll - that's almost 5 percent of all New Zealanders in work.
Yet Campbell Live is aware of people who remain unpaid after almost two months.
People who cannot meet their mortgages.
We've even heard of someone paid $1513 an hour, instead of $15 dollars, $13 an hour.
All this, from a system that cost taxpayers at least $30 million.
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