"Helen, are you aware the South Pacific forum could prove dangerous?" "PIFFLE!! I've been in the debating chamber!!!" 20 October, 2006.
Reference Number: DCDL-0002542
An aid asks Prime Minister, Helen Clark, whether she is aware that there may be danger at the South Pacific Forum. The Prime Minister sits at her desk with her clothes torn, a bandage round her head and a sticking plaster on her cheek. She says she has been in the debating chamber and that therefore whatever dangers the South Pacific Forum presents will be negligible by comparison. Reference to the fact that there is unrest in the Solomon Islands and there has also been a period of bitter battle in the House because of the misuse of funding allegations in election spending.
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