Mallard out and about

Trevor Mallard appears to have been hard at work on behalf of the taxpayer… all over the country

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Except of course it hasn’t as you can see from all the tweets.

Then of course there is the mad dash to Auckland for the Netball.

I have only gone back to July. I am sure there are many more trips. The funny thing is for some reason Trevor Mallard seems to coincidentally have “work” meetings in the same place that Rugby and Netball games occur at the same time. Looks like from the photo above that he is certainly turning into a fat little piggy at teh trough.

That is a serious lot of travel for the member of parliament for Hutt South. Must be a big electorate.

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