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Ministers Expenses - 1 July 2013 to 30 September 2013

Ministers' expenses
Ministers' expenses - dia.govt.nz

Information about travel and accommodation expenses for members of the Executive (Ministers of the Crown). Expenses are administered by the Department of Internal Affairs.

Link here to spreadsheet of Ministers Expenses 1 July 2013 to 30 September 2013:
PDF version (30k)* [Scoop copy: Ministersexpenses1Julyto30September2013.pdf]
XLS version (37k)** [Scoop copy: MinistersExpenses1July2013to30September2013.xls]
Word version (125k)

See also: Ministerial credit card expenses (October 2013 release)

For an explanation and description of the information above, see: Understanding Ministers' expenses

For earlier disclosures of expenses for members of the Executive, see: Previous disclosures.

For information about expenses for members of Parliament please go to: www.parliament.nz/en-NZ/MPP/MPs/Expenses

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**This file is in Microsoft Excel 2003 (.xls) format. If you do not have access to Excel 2003 or higher you may use the Excel file viewer to view, print and export the contents of this file.

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Related information
Ministerial credit card expenses (October 2013 release)
MP's disclosures (information about expenses for members of Parliament at: www.parliament.nz/en-NZ/MPP/MPs/Expenses)

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MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE EXPENSES DISCLOSURE FROM 1 JULY 2013 TO 30 SEPTEMBER 2013

PartyMinister Sub Total Internal CostsOfficial Cabinet Approved International Travel (A)
ActJohn Banks10,0691395,89011,06027,157 -
Total Act 10,0691395,89011,06027,157 -
MaoriPita Sharples8,0552629,98844,34562,64918,499
MaoriTariana Turia10,0693,00111,01736,73060,8167,859
Total Maori 18,1233,26321,00581,075123,46626,358
NationalJohn Key Allocated Crown Owned Property 2178,42054,84663,48438,792
NationalBill English - 1,6128,60933,06743,28842,224
NationalGerry Brownlee Allocated Crown Owned Property 1,0519,03120,02630,10837,436
NationalSteven Joyce Allocated Crown Owned Property 20812,65537,40650,26947,416
NationalJudith Collins10,0694116,05538,11054,64446,801
NationalTony Ryall Allocated Dept Owned Property 6317,12118,76226,513 -
NationalHekia Parata N/A 8067,56217,15725,52547,457
NationalChris Finlayson N/A 2,4477,13821,05930,64447,453
NationalPaula Bennett10,0698138,63422,07541,59113,481
NationalJonathan Coleman10,0695107,82119,45637,85640,727
NationalMurray McCully8,055 - 4,66722,85535,577212,609
NationalAnne Tolley10,0692,0589,87612,07234,07534,055
NationalNick Smith10,06961312,81415,26638,76210,937
NationalTim Groser10,0698834,34316,31731,612151,246
NationalAmy Adams10,0691,17010,11920,55741,91515,954
NationalNathan Guy8,0555095,91722,44836,92839,103
NationalCraig Foss8,0557267,2528,81224,845(B) -1,973
NationalChris Tremain3,01197810,93113,15028,07122,133
NationalSimon Bridges10,0692,18310,50822,54945,3095,925
NationalNikki Kaye10,06914511,47530,54152,229(C) -2,548
NationalMaurice Williamson8,0557446,38820,75335,94032,069
NationalJo Goodhew10,0692,64710,89216,20639,813 -
NationalChester Borrows8,0551,4928,52817,18335,25931,702
NationalMichael Woodhouse8,0551,5068,45414,89132,90633,851
NationalTodd McClay3,2601,62110,61816,05631,555 -
Total National 155,28625,982215,827551,620948,715946,850
United FuturePeter Dunne N/A - - 8282864
Total All Parties 183,47829,384242,722643,8371,099,420947,714
Melissa Lee MP (D) 218
John Hayes MP (E) 3,976
Hon Kate Wilkinson MP (F) 261
Hon Phil Heatley MP (G) 9,713
Jacqui Dean MP (H) 1,194

Excludes FBT & Depreciation

(A) Ministers, spouse, staff, MPs or students where applicable

(B) Reversal of accrued invoice in previous quarter

(C) Air fare refund and expense reimbursement for costs incurred in previous quarter

(D) Costs relating to travel by Mellissa Lee MP, on behalf of Hon Judith Collins, Minster of Ethnic Affairs to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to attend the Global Summit of Women

(E) Costs relating to travel by John Hayes Mo, on behalf of Hon Murray McCully, Minister of Foreign Affairs to Apia Samoa to attend the Pacific Forum Trade Ministers Meeting

(F) Costs relating to travel by Hon Kate Wilkinson MP, on behalf of the Rt Hon John Key, Prime Minister to Istanbul, Turkey to attend the meeting of the 3rd World Political Forum

(G) Costs relating to travel by Hon Phil Heatley MP, on behalf of Hon Bill English, Minister of Finance to Australia to meet with senior resource business leaders and to look at major energy and resource projects.

(H) Costs relating to travel by Jacqui Dean MP, on behalf of Hon Chris Tremain, Associate Minister of Tourism to Canberra, Australia to attend the 2013 Australian Tourism Directions Conference.

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