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Carter and office were warned about credit card rules

Carter and office were warned about credit card rules
By Maggie Tait of NZPA

Jones admits watching porn on taxpayer

Jones admits watching porn on taxpayer
Wellington, June 10 NZPA - Former Labour MP Shane Jones had admitted he watched porn movies in hotels, which were paid for on his taxpayer-funded credit card.

Jones fronts over credit card spending

Jones fronts over credit card spending
Wellington, June 10 NZPA - Former Labour Minister Shane Jones does not recall if he used his ministerial credit card to pay for porn movies. Far North list MP Mr Jones revealed he had paid back about $5000 that he wrongly spent on his credit card.

Survey indicates water isn't up to standard - Labour

Survey indicates water isn't up to standard - Labour
Wellington, May 31 NZPA - An Audit Office survey suggests people living in small centres may be drinking water that is either ungraded or doesn't meet standards, the Labour Party says.

Chief Families Commissioner Struggles With Whanau Ora

By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, Dec 9 NZPA - Labour and National MPs were gobsmacked today when the head of the Families Commission said she could not define a policy with a Maori name because she was a middle class white woman.

Peter Wilson: MPs Allowances Must Be Seen To Be Fair

Few things annoy MPs more than the media poking its nose into their expenses, and there are few issues with so many grey areas to poke into.

Govt And Labour Cautious About Latest Kyoto Liability Estimates

Govt And Labour Cautious About Latest Kyoto Liability Estimates
Wellington, April 15 NZPA - The Government and the Labour Party say New Zealand still faces big climate change challenges despite latest figures showing liabilities under the Kyoto Protocol have swung from deficit to surplus.

Political Stunts Waste Police Time - Anderton

Political Stunts Waste Police Time - Anderton
Wellington, Nov 5 NZPA - The next Parliament should consider setting up an independent complaints procedure so police wouldn't waste their time with political stunts, Progressive Party leader Jim Anderton said today. "Police resources are needed to deal with crime," he said.

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