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Journey Invite friends to discover what they are reading by connecting to Facebook. Connect with friends on Facebook and start sharing new and exciting content. Hipkins slams Carter over ejection NZ Newswire March 30, 2013, 12:24 pm A Labour MP
Speaker David Carter, who threw out MPs for the first time this week, reflects on his first two months in an interview with political editor Audrey Young Parliament's new Speaker, David Carter, had taken a public swipe at Prime Minister John Key for
Speaker David Carter has ejected MPs from the House for the first time, kicking out Labour's Trevor Mallard and Chris Hipkins this afternoon. Mr Mallard was told to leave the debating chamber after telling Mr Carter to "sit down 'til I'm finished"
Saturday Mar 2, 2013 A controversial exit speech by Labour MP Charles Chauvel this week pointing to the lack of racial balance in the shadow cabinet and factions in the party has opened up wounds around the last leadership battle. Most of the caucus
Thursday Dec 20, 2012 Despite missing out on the Speaker's job, National list MP Tau Henare is proud to be his own man. When Tau Henare put his hand up for the Speaker's job, some of his colleagues were convinced it was designed to buy himself
Mr Monte is appealing against a NSW Police decision that his private investigator's licence should not be renewed. Photo: Anthony Johnson THE self-styled ''world's most famous detective'', Frank Monte, has accused a rival private eye of working with
Mr Mallard was handed his papers yesterday and his colleague Andrew Little last week in the case being taken against the pair by ACC minister Judith Collins. The minister says the pair defamed her in the ACC/Bronwyn Pullar case. Mr Mallard thinks
Labour MP Trevor Mallard has turned the tables on a woman who he says pretended to be a victim of poor hospital treatment so she could serve him with legal papers over a defamation suit by ACC Minister Judith Collins...Collins is suing Mallard and
Ms Collins in March said she would sue the two MPs and Radio New Zealand for comments they made during an interview on the state broadcaster which linked her to the leak of a sensitive email to her from former National Party president Michelle Boag.
The taxpayer may have to pick up the legal bill for the feud between ACC Minister Judith Collins and Labour MPs Andrew Little and Trevor Mallard over a leaked email. Ms Collins yesterday upped the stakes in the spat over who leaked an email