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New National Women's Rights Officer for 2002

*****New NWRO for 2002*****

The New Zealand University Students Association (NZUSA) has a new National Women's Rights Officer (NWRO) for 2002.

Anna McMartin from the Otago Polytech Students Association was successfully elected at the NZUSA Special General Meeting over the weekend. The other candidate was Rayna Fahey from the Waikato University Students' Association.

"Both candidates were perfect for the job of NWRO," said Dayna Berghan outgoing NWRO of NZUSA. "I am confident that NZUSA and the National Women's Group are in good hands. I wish Anna the best of luck."

All contact details for the NWRO will remain the same (email, phone numbers and fax) excluding the cell phone number that will change.

Any questions or queries please feel free to email the NWRO at nwro@students.org.nz

**Ends**

Dayna Berghan National Women's Rights Officer New Zealand University Students' Association P.O.Box 10-191, Wellington DDI: (04) 498 2505 Fax :(04) 473 2391 Cell: (025) 991867


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