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STORY OF THE WEEK: John Tamihere (1)

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 22nd October
John Tamihere & The Waipareira Trust

Is Tamihere Being Gagged By The 9th Floor? - The Sunday Star-Times and political editor Helen Bain stand by their front-page story of October 17 headed “MP snubs foreshore legislation.” See... Star Times Stands By Tamihere Foreshore Story. See also John Tamihere's denial of the SST story... Foreshore and seabed legislation

Clayton Cosgrove Outlines The Case For The Tamihere Defence - Madam Speaker, there can be no more serious allegations than the ones raised in this House today. And that is why this government has moved swiftly to initiate a high level inquiry. See... Transcript: Clayton Cosgrove On John Tamihere


Politics Can Be A Dirty Old Business

Flashback: When Hide Was On The Other End Of The Boot

- Rodney Hide the onetime super perk buster – but now rather more subdued Leader of the Act Party - has once again been in attack mode this week regarding a number of allegations swirling around Labour Cabinet Minister John Tamihere. Not too long ago however the shoe was on the other foot. And today in the House the super perk buster was reminded of a scam that he failed to bust: namely, his dealings with an investment company that ended up fleecing New Zealand investors of millions of dollars. See... Flashback: When Perk Buster Rodney Hide Was Busted


Cullen Diverts Some Tamihere Heat To Rodney Hide

Rodney Hide Warned About Calling The Kettle Black - Acting PM Michael Cullen today put ACT leader Rodney Hide on notice similar scrutiny being applied to suspended Cabinet Minister John Tamihere's payments from the Waipareira Trust might also be applied to payments the ACT Leader has allegedly received himself. See... Cullen Puts Hide On Notice About Outside Payments

ALSO:
- Russell Brown - Public Address 19/10/04 - Trust?
- Te Waipareira Trust - Eynon Delamere's Letter - May 1999
- ACT - The Letter: Tamihere - Time's Up?
- National - Helen Clark's double standard for Ministers
- Maori Party - Statement on Waipareira Trust
- Maori Party - Maori Party To Select Tamaki Makaurau Candidate
- Govt - Douglas White QC to conduct Tamihere inquiry
- ACT - Tamihere Inquiry Should Be Open & Transparent
- NZ First - No Need For Early Election Says Peters

EARLIER:
- Govt. - Inquiry terms of reference to Cabinet on Monday
- NZ First - Peters Reminds Tamihere Of 1999 Payout Plan

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