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STORY OF THE WEEK: John Tamihere (2)

STORY OF THE WEEK: Week Ending 29th October
John Tamihere vs Waipareira Trust (2)

ACT's Letter Analyses Tamihere Situation- The Letter wishes to unreservedly apologise to Hon John Tamihere for accusing him of taking a golden handshake. We now realise it is all a cultural misunderstanding and the money was koha. See... ACT's The Letter - Tuesday 26 Oct 2004

Agenda Takes On The Tamihere Affair – IV Transcripts - KATHRYN Margaret Wilson can I ask you what's your view of that excerpt, how reluctant was David Lange to ban the American ships? See... Agenda: Kathryn Ryan IVs Margaret Wilson & SUSAN: There are new allegations this morning on the John Tamahere affair, the New Zealand Herald reports this morning that Mr Tamahere himself was one of two people who approved the payment of eight cheques for a total of a hundred thousand dollars made out to ... See... Agenda: Susan Wood IVs Clayton Cosgrove

Hide Says Tamihere Must Be Sacked - ACT New Zealand Leader Rodney Hide today said Prime Minister Helen Clark couldn't continue to duck responsibility for John Tamihere and the golden koha scandal now engulfing her government. See… Helen Clark's Tamihere Woes Deepen - He Must Go
ALSO:
- Gerry Brownlee - PM should tell us where she stands on Tamihere
- Rodney Hide - Tamihere payout – whatever you call it & John's Golden Koha

Gerry Brownlee Spots A Ministerial Double Standard - National Party Deputy Leader Gerry Brownlee says those seeking to defend John Tamihere are defending Helen Clark's ministerial double standard. See... One rule for Lianne another for John
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