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Labour up Tory St without a paddle, this saturday

Labour up Tory St without a paddle, this saturday

Labour party dinner:

Regional Fundraising Dinner Saturday 3rd April Grand Century Restaurant 84 Tory st 6:30pm, please be seated by 7pm Speaker: Helen Clark Tickets $50 to Wellington Labour Regional Council

Alternatively join Education Action Group and friends: "Labour's up Tory st without a paddle" Saturday 3rd April On the footpath 84 Tory st from 5.30pm. Student Allowances petition and paddle provided by the organisers. Speakers: anyone who wants to free entry.

Will be Picket outside with banners and free food for those not going into the $50 dinner. Will also be involving GE free campaigners, Anti war protesters (demanding withdrawl of troops from Afghanistan and Iraq) and others who oppose Labour being 'Up Tory St without a paddle'.

Nick Kelly Campaigns Officer Victoria University Wellington Students Association

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