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    Jacinda Ardern has denied allegations a staffer may have inappropriately used parliamentary resources to help plan her wedding

    Jacinda Ardern has denied allegations a staffer may have inappropriately used parliamentary resources to help plan her wedding


    The Herald reports Ardern's electorate secretary Barbara Ward has been involved in wedding plans, visiting a venue in Gisborne in May and July.

    A spokesperson for the Prime Minister says no parliamentary time or resources were used to plan the wedding.

    They say the staffer was working in her capacity as a long-standing friend.

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