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Craccum Editors Survive No Confidence Motion

Craccum Editors Survive No Confidence Motion

The Editors of Auckland University Students’ Association magazine, Ben Thomas and James Cardno have overwhelming survived a no confidence motion today in the Quad. Over 600 members of association members turned out to vote.

AUSA President Kane Stanford said that he was pleased to so many students come out to listen to the robust debate.


ENDS

For further Information Contact

Kane Stanford
President
Ph 309 0789 x 373
Cell 021 656 795

Stephanie Thompson
Acting Education Vice President
Ph 309 0798 x 204



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