Parliament Register of Interests

April 4th, 2007 at 5:33 pm by David Farrar

The Clerk of the House has published the latest Register of Pecuniary Interests of Members of Parliament.

It’s 64 pages so here are some of the more interesting entries:

Jim Anderton, who set up Kiwibank in protest against foreign owned banks, is a share holder in the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. So he invests our money in Kiwibank and his own in the foreign one.

Gerry Brownlee was hosted by the International Division of the Chinese Communist Party.

Helen Clark has a townhouse in Wellington. Why? It is not listed as an investment property like her one in Rodney.

Taito Phillip Field has eight properties, and eleven sections.

Nathan Guy has a beneficial interest in seven trusts, six of them named Guy!

John Key owns a gold mine (okay, well part of one)

Winston attended the World Cup soccer final.

Eric Roy was gifted a Coopworth Ram – number 5069

Heather Roy donated her army salary to the RSA

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22 Responses to “Parliament Register of Interests”

  1. idiotboy () says:

    Fascinating stuff – shouldn’t these people have payed off their mortgages by now? Sh*t David Carter has two!

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  2. Rex Widerstrom () says:

    And DBP is on the Churchill Trust which provides “support for education of young people”! A subsidy on tennis balls for teachers, perchance?

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  3. reid () says:

    Pity you didn’t list the last, first.

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  4. pdq () says:

    “Taito Phillip Field has eight properties, and eleven sections.”

    And a tiler in a partridge pair tree.

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  5. pdq () says:

    “Heather Roy donated her army salary to the RSA”

    Good for Heather, a woman I have long respected. And I know from experience that it is a salary not easily earned!

    No doubt this will be characterised as evil “Tory Charity” by the flithy pinkos.

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  6. Razorlight () says:

    Our Finance Minister sure has a huge Port Folio doesn’t he.

    For someone who has no problem investing our money in pet projects he doesn’t appear to do anything with his own.

    A history teacher who owns his family home has the keys to the nations safe.

    What are we doing New Zealand?

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  7. dad4justice () says:

    Happy Easter Helen – all claymore’s have been set on the perimeter surrounding the Bat Cave as Sandra M will not be a happy girl ! Then again as I said, it all could be a computer glitch and mistaken identity – who knows ?

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  8. dad4justice () says:

    Sandra worked for Helen , however she came to Canterbury to sweep the [deleted by DPF] under the good old kiwi carpet . What was that file number again Sandra ??

    The Bat Crew is expecting a backlash from the enemy over this .I am way past caring about anything in this cess -pit corrupt country !!

    [FORMAL WARNING - D4J - I HAVE HAD TO WARN YOU ON TOO MANY OTHER OCCASSIONS. IF YOU CONTINUE TO PUSH ALLEGATIONS WITH NO PROOF ON THIS BLOG, I WILL SUSPEND OR TERMINATE YOUR POSTING PRIVILEGES. - DPF]

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  9. Max () says:

    So does Anderton own 2 shares in the Commonwealth bank, or 10,000?

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  10. phil u () says:

    on a slightly lighter note…

    how about old ‘red’ brownlee taking that holiday in china.?…eh..?

    paid for by the chinese communist party…!..whoar..!

    (sorta like sue bradford having a holiday in vegas..paid for by the cia..

    eh..?..)

    other noted red-baiter wayne mapp was also there..on the trip..

    and one other nat..

    w.t.f..?

    eh..?

    phil(whoar.co.nz)

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  11. dad4justice () says:

    Point taken David Farrar – and I thank you for your tolerance and I will not speak on the sordid matter anymore even though the fiasco is sad indictment for our country and will probably never come to light. I understand that my close to the edge approach that I walk can disturb and often cause considerable havoc. Derogatory comments need perspective and balance before they initiate prima facie except if you are respondent client of the de-family court.

    If I were an opposition MP I would like to ask the question to Helen herself. I wonder if madam speaker would allow me?

    Nice to see MP’s with so many gifts and assets and I am very happy for them all . I own a cat and pay my rent to a couple of dykes.

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  12. DavidW () says:

    OMG, did you notice all the “secret” trusts of Labour Parliamentarians. Why would they have “secret” trusts? Hhhhhmmmmm Hope there were no donations to charities or political parties from these “secret” trusts. We demand transperancy and identification of the affairs of these “secret” trusts, it is in the public interest that we know details of these “secrets”. Open the books guys!

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  13. Clint Heine () says:

    The sheer fact that Jim Anderton says one thing and does the other is proof enough that even he doesn’t believe what he is saying anymore.

    And yet not even a whimper from the left in defence.

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  14. sonic () says:

    Wots happened to your blog Clinty?

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  15. Rumpole () says:

    Sonic

    On topic again I see

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  16. sonic () says:

    Just expressibg concern for my fellow blogger as it appears his site has been hijacked.

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  17. dad4justice () says:

    Eric Roy was gifted a Coopworth Ram – number 5069

    Sonic -I would like to gift you a dorset horn studmasters ram – number 666 .

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  18. dad4justice () says:

    Hijacked sonic ??? – bloody terrorist’s everywhere , I see the girls complaining about us all over at Public Address today , funny old world the internet .

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  19. tauheinotts () says:

    Coopworth ram number 5069 bore a marked resemblance to Chris Carter. Aged rams are not suitable for human consumption so the ram ended up like this Labour regime will end up;
    “dog tucker”
    or as the culturally sensitive people would put it;
    “Kurikai”.

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  20. tauheinotts () says:

    Coopworth ram number 5069 bore a marked resemblance to Chris Carter. Aged rams are not suitable for human consumption so the ram ended up like this Labour regime will end up;
    “dog tucker”
    or as the culturally sensitive people would put it;
    “Kurikai”.

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