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Contact Annual Report and Notice of Annual Meeting

23 September 2008

Contact Energy Annual Report and Notice of Annual Meeting available

Contact Energy Limited today advised that its 2008 Annual Report, the Notice of its 23 October 2008 Annual Meeting and its Sustainability Report are now available on the company’s website.

Dividend statements and Notices of Annual Meeting are currently being posted to shareholders, who can expect to receive their materials by early next week.

The Annual Meeting will be held at 10:30am (New Zealand Daylight Saving Time) on Thursday 23 October 2008 at The Hyatt Regency Auckland, corner of Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant, Auckland.


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