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Conall Buchanan Elected To Shareholders’ Council


Media Statement

Friday 17 August 2001 For Immediate Release


Conall Buchanan Elected To Shareholders’ Council

Conall Buchanan has been elected to the second Hauraki seat on the Global Dairy Company Shareholders’ Council, Global Dairy Company Chairman John Roadley announced today.

A run-off election was required in the Hauraki ward because of a dead heat between Mr Buchanan and John Bubb on 3 August.

“I’m pleased to offer my congratulations to Conall and my thanks to all candidates who participated in the council elections,” Mr Roadley said.

All 46 seats on the council are now filled and Te Awamutu farmer John Wilson was this week elected chairman.

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