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Members' expenses from 1 July 2010 to 30 Sept 2010

Members' expense disclosure from 1 July 2010 to 30 September 2010

The expenses shown in the attached table were paid by the Parliamentary Service (air, surface travel, Wellington accommodation and non-Wellington accommodation) and the Office of the Clerk (inter-parliamentary travel) between 1 July 2010 and 30 September 2010.

Party MemberAccommodationTravelSub total Parliamentary ServiceInter Parliamentary - Office of the Clerk
WellingtonNon-WellingtonAirSurface
ActBoscawen, John 569 - 3,430 3,223 7,222 -
ActDouglas, Roger 1,707 262 9,882 2,276 14,127 -
ActGarrett, David 750 492 11,943 9,267 22,453 -
ActHide, Rodney - - 2,374 193 2,567 -
ActRoy, Heather - 133 1,330 368 1,831 -
Total Act 3,026 888 28,959 15,327 48,199 -
Green Clendon, David 5,086 1,173 8,997 4,622 19,878 -
GreenDelahunty, Catherine 4,969 120 5,029 3,926 14,044 -
GreenGraham, Kennedy 3,975 218 9,779 1,674 15,645 -
GreenHague, Kevin 5,586 810 12,960 3,790 23,147 -
GreenHughes, Gareth - 376 8,499 4,750 13,625 919
GreenKedgley, Sue - 747 3,579 1,621 5,947 -
GreenLocke, Keith 4,121 253 10,094 3,673 18,142 -
GreenNorman, Russel - 1,176 6,439 3,189 10,804 -
GreenTurei, Metiria 3,548 791 11,751 4,871 20,961 4,096
Total Green 27,285 5,664 77,127 32,116 142,192 5,015
Labour Ardern, Jacinda 3,953 357 7,959 2,846 15,115 -
LabourBarker, Rick 4,658 820 7,796 6,179 19,453 -
LabourBeaumont, Carol 3,200 121 9,253 3,344 15,918 -
LabourBurns, Brendon 4,066 548 6,197 3,096 13,906 -
LabourCarter, Chris 1,778 - 1,627 1,894 5,299 -
LabourChadwick, Stephanie 3,556 429 8,705 7,316 20,006 -
LabourChauvel, Charles - 2,143 7,709 3,283 13,135 -
LabourChoudhary, Ashraf 5,533 535 7,371 3,951 17,390 -
LabourCosgrove, Clayton 4,292 801 15,914 7,023 28,029 -
LabourCunliffe, David 2,276 121 6,746 3,444 12,586 -
LabourCurran, Clare 4,241 900 8,171 7,464 20,776 -
LabourDalziel, Lianne 3,556 769 11,894 4,189 20,407 -
LabourDavis, Kelvin 2,482 1,496 11,607 8,555 24,140 -
LabourDyson, Ruth 1,949 757 9,403 4,945 17,055 -
LabourFenton, Darien 3,228 - 7,067 4,614 14,910 -
LabourGoff, Phil 5,037 - 16,008 13,589 34,633 -
LabourHawkins, George 4,793 - 15,237 5,088 25,117 -
LabourHipkins, Chris - 423 4,266 4,380 9,069 -
LabourHodgson, Pete 2,889 402 7,207 3,319 13,817 -
LabourHoromia, Parekura 3,627 2,908 10,984 4,269 21,788 -
LabourHughes, Darren 1,867 1,625 7,138 6,708 17,338 -
LabourHuo, Raymond 2,844 121 6,183 5,282 14,430 -
LabourJones, Shane 5,333 920 11,576 10,738 28,566 919
LabourKing, Annette - 545 4,818 2,111 7,474 -
LabourLaban, Winnie - 717 6,201 3,248 10,166 -
LabourLees-Galloway, Iain 3,200 526 3,379 3,566 10,671 -
LabourMackey, Moana 2,825 1,194 8,546 4,140 16,704 -
LabourMahuta, Nanaia 5,333 387 10,767 6,342 22,829 -
LabourMallard, Trevor - 806 8,469 4,249 13,523 -
LabourMoroney, Sue 3,749 - 4,958 2,708 11,415 -
LabourNash, Stuart 4,109 733 7,250 2,975 15,067 -
LabourO'Connor, Damien 3,570 852 13,214 8,241 25,878 -
LabourParker, David 6,207 484 9,463 4,511 20,664 -
LabourPillay, Lynne 3,282 242 7,998 4,651 16,172 -
LabourPrasad, Rajen 2,533 121 5,633 7,899 16,186 -
LabourRirinui, Mita 6,578 506 9,459 3,717 20,260 -
LabourRobertson, Grant - - 5,365 914 6,279 -
LabourRobertson, Ross 2,667 - 15,283 9,880 27,830 -
LabourSepuloni, Carmel 3,236 - 7,733 3,104 14,073 -
LabourShearer, David 569 - 4,803 3,342 8,714 -
LabourStreet, Maryan 6,906 385 10,256 3,987 21,534 8,181
LabourTwyford, Phil 5,985 - 8,636 3,261 17,881 -
LabourSio, Su'a William 1,828 - 8,937 4,597 15,362 4,211
Total Labour 137,732 23,694 367,185 212,957 741,568 13,310
Māori Flavell, Te Ururoa 5,955 422 10,702 6,217 23,296 -
MāoriHarawira, Hone 4,396 2,276 15,038 12,474 34,184 -
MāoriKatene, Rahui 5,423 1,571 12,204 6,942 26,140 -
MāoriSharples, Pita - - 1,440 - 1,440 -
MāoriTuria, Tariana - - 452 - 452 -
Total Māori 15,774 4,269 39,837 25,633 85,513 -
National Adams, Amy 7,043 320 7,055 4,143 18,561 -
NationalArdern, Shane 5,333 383 9,689 3,198 18,603 -
NationalAuchinvole, Chris 5,200 1,267 9,380 5,450 21,297 -
NationalBakshi, Kanwaljit Singh 1,467 - 4,780 4,231 10,477 -
NationalBennett, David 2,560 290 4,384 4,868 12,102 -
NationalBennett, Paula - - - 20 20 -
NationalBlue, Jackie 4,533 - 8,738 5,818 19,089 -
NationalBorrows, Chester 3,940 405 9,792 5,400 19,537 -
NationalBridges, Simon 1,707 120 12,713 4,171 18,711 -
NationalBrownlee, Gerry - - 4,424 - 4,424 -
NationalCalder, Cam 5,897 - 5,036 3,611 14,544 919
NationalCarter, David - - 1,805 12 1,817 -
NationalCarter, John - - 4,490 - 4,490 -
NationalColeman, Jonathan - - - - - -
NationalCollins, Judith - - 1,312 - 1,312 -
NationalDean, Jacqui 6,000 1,957 9,705 8,560 26,222 -
NationalEnglish, Bill - - 6,046 - 6,046 -
NationalFinlayson, Chris - - - - - -
NationalFoss, Craig 3,681 467 4,246 2,889 11,283 10,974
NationalGilmore, Aaron 4,825 486 5,090 2,963 13,364 -
NationalGoodhew, Jo 5,327 807 7,568 4,835 18,538 1,435
NationalGoudie, Sandra 4,841 462 5,072 6,051 16,426 3,965
NationalGroser, Tim - - - - - -
NationalGuy, Nathan - - 1,852 - 1,852 -
NationalHayes, John 4,923 712 1,947 5,652 13,234 -
NationalHeatley, Philip - - 5,134 - 5,134 -
NationalHenare, Tau 4,693 142 6,565 5,396 16,797 -
NationalHutchison, Paul 6,000 471 5,466 6,553 18,490 919
NationalJoyce, Steven - - 1,296 - 1,296 -
NationalKaye, Nikki 3,129 135 8,865 7,195 19,323 -
NationalKey, John - - 719 - 719 -
NationalKing, Colin 5,548 372 9,423 4,276 19,619 -
NationalLee, Melissa 6,236 373 7,461 4,205 18,275 -
NationalLotu-liga, Peseta Sam 5,333 - 5,542 4,253 15,128 -
NationalMacindoe, Tim 2,844 - 4,197 2,969 10,011 -
NationalMapp, Wayne - - 1,164 - 1,164 -
NationalMcClay, Todd 5,333 1,168 12,586 4,532 23,619 -
NationalMcCully, Murray - - - - - -
NationalParata, Hekia - 145 3,202 2,395 5,741 -
NationalPeachey, Allan 5,246 - 9,162 6,074 20,482 -
NationalPower, Simon - - - - - -
NationalQuinn, Paul - - 3,838 3,396 7,234 -
NationalRoy, Eric 3,846 145 6,794 3,425 14,210 -
NationalRyall, Tony - - 4,369 - 4,369 -
NationalShanks, Katrina - 420 2,324 2,147 4,891 -
NationalSmith, Lockwood 8,333 1,226 7,928 10,063 27,550 -
NationalSmith, Nick - - 5,677 - 5,677 -
NationalTe Heuheu, Georgina - - 810 239 1,049 -
NationalTisch, Lindsay - 712 3,651 10,041 14,404 9,881
NationalTolley, Anne - - 5,357 - 5,357 -
NationalTremain, Chris 1,422 998 8,119 2,306 12,846 -
NationalUpston, Louise 5,045 1,016 5,216 5,754 17,031 -
NationalWagner, Nicky 6,000 830 7,318 2,514 16,662 -
NationalWilkinson, Kate - - - 90 90 -
NationalWilliamson, Maurice - - 625 - 625 -
NationalWong, Pansy - - 491 - 491 -
NationalWoodhouse, Michael 5,400 432 7,428 3,460 16,720 -
NationalYoung, Jonathan 5,724 320 8,898 1,624 16,566 -
Total National 147,411 16,583 284,750 164,776 613,520 28,092
Independent Carter, Chris - - 1,659 1,824 3,483 -
Total Independent - - 1,659 1,824 3,483 -
Progressive Anderton, Jim 4,907 160 5,836 3,123 14,025 -
Total Progressive 4,907 160 5,836 3,123 14,025 -
United Future Dunne, Peter - - 1,360 - 1,360 -
Total United Future - - 1,360 - 1,360 -
Total all parties 336,133 51,259 808,371 457,580 1,649,860 46,417

ENDS

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