MP Admitted To Hospital
Member of Parliament for Waimakariri, Clayton Cosgrove, was
admitted to hospital on Thursday 29 June for some minor back
Mr Cosgrove was discharged from hospital on
Saturday and is now convalescing.
The surgery was a
complete success and it is estimated that Mr Cosgrove’s
recovery will take approximately two - three weeks. He is
now doing constituency work out of Parliament.
“I will be
continuing to work on all constituency matters whilst I am
recovering and so as to ensure that the people of
Waimakariri are not disadvantaged.
"I have arranged for
a number of senior colleagues to come to Christchurch and
attend my regular constituent clinics,” Mr Cosgrove
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