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Notice of National Council Meeting

2 November 2004

Notice of National Council Meeting

Federated Farmers of New Zealand’s National Council meeting will be held on
9 -10 November at the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor, 147 The Terrace, Wellington.

The meeting is the second of the year for the Federation’s key decision makers, which consists of the national board, representatives from eight industry groups, and presidents from 24 provinces throughout New Zealand.

Minister of Agriculture Hon Jim Sutton, Minister of Finance Hon Michael Cullen and Australian High Commissioner His Excellency Dr Allen Hawke are invited speakers. The meeting will also discuss draft plans for next year, hear reports from industry groups and provinces, and review membership and service goals.

The meeting will go into committee from 1.30 - 5.00pm on Tuesday afternoon, at which point media will be asked to leave. The meeting may also go into committee at other times.

Members of the media wishing to register to attend and receive an agenda should contact Zoë Anderson email or PH 04 470 2162 or 027 226 0306.

Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) National Council meeting is generously sponsored by FMG, Telecom New Zealand, Ravensdown Fertiliser Co-operative, the National Bank of New Zealand, ACC and New Zealand Post.


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