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Director election result announced

MEDIA RELEASE

DATE: 10 March 2006

Director election result announced

Sheep, beef and goat farmers have cast their votes in an election to choose a director to represent the Northern South Island electorate on the Board of Meat & Wool New Zealand Ltd.

The Returning Officer Warwick Lampp from Electionz.com, has advised the official results for the Meat & Wool New Zealand 2006 Director Election for the Northern South Island electoral district.


Northern South Island Electoral District

FOX, Andrew 10,095

REVELEY, Peter 6,572

Andrew FOX is hereby declared the Farmer Representative Director for the Northern South Island electoral district.

The return percentage for the election was 35.14%. This represents 51% of the sheep and beef industry in the district.

ENDS

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