Yep! That's what the Sunday Star-Times is suggesting:
Labour has been back asking controversial party donor Owen Glenn for more money despite a storm of controversy over earlier donations by the expatriate Monaco businessman.
Labour Party president Mike Williams yesterday confirmed he had met with Glenn within the past few months, but had been unsuccessful in raising more money.
The news comes as the Labour-led government reels from the fallout from controversy over New Zealand First leader Winston Peters' handling of donations to his party, one of which was a $100,000 contribution Glenn made in December 2005 to Peters' legal expenses.
Oh darn! Labour's not in strife financially is it? Wouldn't be a shame, and an irony, if its own conduct and its own Electoral Finance Act came back to bite it in the bum? Still, there's always the unions...