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 the Tip Line


Apparently while conducting an affair of the heart at the taxpayers expense in Taupo Trevor Mallard was the lowest, basest cur imaginable. At the same time he was tupping his one and only in Taupo he was riding with a riding group in Wellington, and in clear conflict with his sports portfolio he was riding one of his fellow riders as well. Her employment at a state funded sports organisation causes me to point out that Trevor Mallard may well have a conflict of interest, as well as being a dirty dog.

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