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2009 NZ Government Directory is nearly ready!

27 November 2008

The 2009 New Zealand Government Directory is nearly ready!

The brand new, fully revised New Zealand Government Directory incorporates all of the changes resulting from the election of a new National Government, and is a brilliant tool for people who need to know their way around Government!

Packed with information about Who's Who in Government, Parliament and political parties as well as in depth information about government departments, and official organizations, the Government Directory is your one stop government information shop.

The Government Directory has been the comprehensive, trusted guide to government for the past two decades, with 500 pages of useful information, including:

* biographies and contact details for all MPs * information on Cabinet, select committees and the workings of Parliament * details of all major government departments and agencies, political parties, the judiciary, diplomatic representation ...and much more.

This wealth of information is also available online. Choose from one of or many subscriptions ranging from nominated user log-in access, up to IP address access for your company's intranet!

For prices, or to order your 2009 edition of the New Zealand Government Directory, contact Krystal Guppy:


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