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St Molesworth: New Year Resolutions In Parliament

Top 10 New Year resolutions in parliament

1. John Tamihere: Put on some weight so Gerry Brownlee can bait me about something other than my sexy natural tan.

2. John Campbell: Develop concept for new TV series where I interview judges during high court trials.

3. Richard Prebble: Get a credit check on all list candidates BEFORE they're elected this time.

4. Gerry Brownlee: Work on poi technique.

5. Judith Tizard: Audition for NZ Idle.

6. Austin Mitchell: Find some excuse to avoid having to holiday again with that god-awful Clark woman and her boring bloody husband.

7. Nandor Tanczos: Get I and I one of dem wicked LPG patio heaters, mon.

8. Colin James: Try and remember why on earth I named Tim Barnett politician of the year.

9. Donna Awatere Huata: Apply for the CEO job at Maori Television Service.

10. Ahmed Zaoui: Get out more.

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