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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Politics articles  Politics
    Indonesian man claims he received a $3.3m tax bill for six companies he doesn't own
     7 August 2019
    A 43-year-old man from East Java says he received the shock of his life when a tax officer knocked on his door and accused him of owing the Government more than $3 million related to the business dealings of six companies tied to his name.
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    The Maori Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki is seeking public feedback into the lead up to another hui
    7 Aug: The Maori Inquiry into Oranga Tamariki is seeking public feedback into the lead up to another hui... more
    Queenstown's mayor says he's got unfinished business, and wants another term in office
    7 Aug: Queenstown's mayor says he's got unfinished business, and wants another term in office... more
    The Labour Caucus today discussed the sex allegations made against a Pparty worker at Parliament
    6 Aug: The Labour Caucus today discussed the sex allegations made against a Pparty worker at Parliament... more
    Simon Bridges says as Labour Party leader, the Prime Minister can't hide behind the administration regarding man's sexual assault accusations
    6 Aug: Simon Bridges says as leader of the Labour Party the Prime Minister can't hide behind the administration, avoiding questions about a man accused of sexual assaults... more
    Labour Party members reportedly voiced concerns around handling of allegations of bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault
    6 Aug: Labour Party members have reportedly voiced their concerns about the handling of allegations of bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault by a staff member... more
    Police have increased their presence at Ihumatao, saying they want to maintain order and ensure there is no breach of the peace
    6 Aug: Police have increased their presence at Ihumatao, saying they want to maintain order and ensure there is no breach of the peace... more
    Super City Rangers coach Jeff Green insists other teams are doing what his has been expelled for
    5 Aug: Super City Rangers coach Jeff Green insists other teams are doing what his has been expelled for... more
    A sexual health organisation hopes the abortion process will get progressively easier
    5 Aug: A sexual health organisation hopes the abortion process will get progressively easier... more
    Police are being asked to step aside at Ihumatao for Maori wardens
    5 Aug: Police are being asked to step aside at Ihumatao for Maori wardens... more

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      16 Aug: Lee komaki: former tokyo red-light district worker hopes to enter politics (BBCWorld)
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