INDEPENDENT NEWS

Statement from Don Brash re request for privacy

Published: Wed 13 Sep 2006 01:41 PM
13 September 2006
Don Brash MP
National Party Leader
Statement from Don Brash
National Party Leader Don Brash advised today that he and Mrs Brash have been having some difficulties in their marriage and as a result he has taken leave for a couple of days to spend time with his family.
"Je Lan and I are working through these difficulties, and we are both committed to making our marriage work.
"As people will understand, this is a very difficult time for me and my family. I ask that the media respect our need for privacy."
ENDS

Next in New Zealand politics

International Children’s Day
By: Office of the Children's Commissioner
Proposed electorate boundaries released
By: Representation Commission
Banned firearms: 'There's effectively a permanent amnesty'
By: RNZ
National interest test added to overseas investment rules
By: New Zealand Government
Electoral Law Breach Allegations
By: New Zealand First Party
Gordon Campbell on Labour’s age problem, and the Port Hills
By: Gordon Campbell
Visit takes royals from Waitangi to Christchurch
By: RNZ
Making progress for our kids
By: New Zealand Government
Child rights advocates pleased with Government recommitment
By: Save The Children
Chester Borrows condemns the use of police cells for childr
By: Amnesty International
Barnardos marks 30 years of children’s rights with picnic
By: Barnardos
Children paying a high price for inequality
By: OECD
Representation Commission Gets Epsom Right
By: ACT New Zealand
New Boundaries Generate Call for Electoral System Re-Vamp
By: Social Credit
Gun amnesty extension shows Parliament has failed
By: ACT New Zealand
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILEWe're in BETA! Send Feedback © Scoop Media