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Nicholas ‘has earned his place’: Court proceedings against Avatiu MP withdrawn in 2020

Friday 23 December 2022 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Local, National, Politics

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Nicholas ‘has earned his place’: Court proceedings against Avatiu MP withdrawn in 2020
King's Representative Sir Tom Marsters, from left, Avatiu-Ruatonga-Palmerston (RAPPA) Member of Parliament and newly appointed Cabinet Minister Albert Nicholas and Prime Minister Mark Brown at the swearing-in ceremony in the grounds of the Office of the Prime Minister yesterday. PHOTO: AL WILLIAMS/22122201

Court proceedings against Avatiu MP withdrawn in 2020: NZ Police Incoming Cabinet Minister Albert Nicholas has the confidence of his Prime Minister, despite his ‘colourful’ background.

Court proceedings against Avatiu MP withdrawn in 2020: NZ Police Incoming Cabinet Minister Albert Nicholas has the confidence of his Prime Minister, despite his ‘colourful’ background.


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