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Parliamentary Questions payments to Brian Edwards

Parliamentary Questions on payments to Brian Edwards

6115 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister responsible for Ministerial Services (20 June 2003):
Did Ministerial Services pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003; if so, at what total cost? Rt Hon Helen Clark (Minister responsible for Ministerial Services) replied: No

6116 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister responsible for Ministerial Services (20 June 2003):
Did Ministerial Services pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003 ; if so, how many hours did the media trainers spend with the Minister? Rt Hon Helen Clark (Minister responsible for Ministerial Services) replied: No

6117 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister responsible for Ministerial Services (20 June 2003):
Did Ministerial Services pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003; if so, for how many hours were Ministerial Services invoiced by the media trainers? Rt Hon Helen Clark (Minister responsible for Ministerial Services) replied: No

6334 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister responsible for Ministerial Services (1 July 2003):
Has Ministerial Services paid media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham or the company Callingham and Edwards Ltd to work with any Ministers of the Crown since 1 January 2000; if so, which specific Ministers and at what total cost to date? Rt Hon Helen Clark (Minister responsible for Ministerial Services) replied: Reply due: 09/07/2003

6335 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Prime Minister (1 July 2003):
Has the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet paid media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham or the company Callingham and Edwards Ltd for any work since 1 January 2000; if so, what total amount has been paid to date and for what specific purpose? Rt Hon Helen Clark (Prime Minister) replied: Reply due: 09/07/2003

6621 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (9 July 2003):
Did Te Puni Kokiri pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003; if so, for how many hours were Te Puni Kokiri invoiced by the media trainers? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: No

6622 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (9 July 2003):
Did Te Puni Kokiri pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003; if so, at what total cost? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: No.

6623 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (9 July 2003):
Did Te Puni Kokiri pay for media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham to work with the Minister of Maori Affairs in June 2003 ; if so, how many hours did the media trainers spend with the Minister? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: No.

6949 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (17 July 2003):
On what dates has he had training with Brian Edwards, Judy Callingham or any person from Callingham and Edwards since 1 January 2003? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: I attended training on 15 and 16 June 2003.

6951 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (17 July 2003):
How many training sessions has he had with Brian Edwards, Judy Callingham or any person from Callingham and Edwards since 1 January 2003? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: Two.

6952 (2003). Hon Roger Sowry to the Minister of Maori Affairs (17 July 2003):
Who has paid for the training sessions he has had with Brian Edwards, Judy Callingham or any person from Callingham and Edwards since 1 January 2003 and what total amount has been paid to date? Hon Parekura Horomia (Minister of Maori Affairs) replied: As there was no ministerial funding involved there is no ministerial responsibility.
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Subject: 06335 (2003) Published - Prime Minister - Normal Reply Auto forwarded by a Rule

Question: Has the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet paid media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham or the company Callingham and Edwards Ltd for any work since 1 January 2000; if so, what total amount has been paid to date and for what specific purpose? Portfolio: Prime Minister Minister: Rt Hon Helen Clark Date Lodged:01/07/2003 Answer Text: No Attachment: None

Date Received:11/08/2003

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Subject: 06334 (2003) Published - Ministerial Services - Normal Reply Auto forwarded by a Rule

Question: Has Ministerial Services paid media trainers Brian Edwards and Judy Callingham or the company Callingham and Edwards Ltd to work with any Ministers of the Crown since 1 January 2000; if so, which specific Ministers and at what total cost to date? Portfolio: Ministerial Services Minister: Rt Hon Helen Clark Date Lodged:01/07/2003 Answer Text: No. Attachment: None

Date Received:11/08/2003

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