Joyce admits he 'failed' to update interests on rental property

Barnaby Joyce has admitted he "failed" to update his register of interests, and declare he had a rental property in New South Wales.

Joyce admits he 'failed' to update interests on rental property

Barnaby Joyce has admitted he "failed" to update his register of interests, and declare he had a rental property in New South Wales.

On the day he was sworn in, the Deputy Prime Minister changed the listing of a property at Loomberah in New South Wales from residential to "investment property".

RP data shows the property was advertised for rent at $625 per week on February 10 this year. 

Real estate agent Ray White has it listed as leased.

In a statement to Nine News, Mr Joyce said: "The Loomberah property was previously on the Register of Interests. Upon a change of purpose, I failed to update the details of the Register. This has now been rectified. All other disclosures are up to date and complete".

 Mr Joyce has also listed a private charter flight from Armidale to Brisbane on May 5 under "travel or hospitality". 

The following day, My Joyce chaired a public hearing in Brisbane as part of parliamentary inquiry into Developing Australia's Space Industry.

The register of interests declaration does not say who provided the charter flight and Mr Joyce did not answer questions on who provided the flight.

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