An audit report into the disgraced former boss of the Waikato DHB has uncovered a raft of unexplained spending.
The Audit New Zealand draft report found Dr Nigel Murray took two international trips while on sick leave and booked business-class travel, contrary to the DHB's policy.
He also stayed in hotels valued at more than the allowed $250 a night.
Dr Murray resigned as chief executive in October, following an internal review into his claimed expenses.
During the review, he was found to have overspent by $25,000 on his relocation allowance.
He has repaid $30,000 to the DHB since leaving his role.