No coverage from NZ Herald about complaint against Labour Cabinet Minister

If a formal complaint had even been laid against a National Cabinet Minister I cannot imagine that the NZ Herald would not have written about it at all yet that is exactly what they have done regarding the complaint against Labour Minister Kelvin Davis.

Stuff has written about it:

Radio NZ has written about it:
In the Radio NZ interview, Kelvin Davis said that he has had no direct communication from the Villa Education Trust but I have been told that is completely incorrect as they have sent him at least 50 or so e-mails in recent months. “In fact, his PA Tracey Dalton asked me to remove Kelvin from our list.” “At one stage he even promised to visit but never followed up.”
Newsroom has written about it:
In another newsroom piece and also in the other articles above Kelvin Davis plays down his role with other schools. But that is quite different from what he said on the 12th:
“I’ve been working closely with He Puna Marama Trust, the CEO and the senior manager there and we’re very confident that together we’ll make sure this transition happens very easily with very little fuss.”
Now he is trying to say he only rang them to explain a few public documents.

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