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Manurewa, Education and the Election

Manurewa, Education and the Election

Manurewa has been much in the news recently and QPEC is organising a public meeting in the electorate for representatives of political parties to discuss education in Manurewa and how this relates to wider problems for the community.

Invitations have been sent to:

Green Party - Metiria Turei (spokesperson) and Alan Johnson (local candidate)

Labour Party - Chris Carter (spokesperson) and George Hawkins (local candidate)

Maori Party - Te Ururoa Flavell (spokesperson)

National Party - Anne Tolley (spokesperson) and Cam Calder (local candidate)

New Zealand First - Winston Peters (party leader)

United Future - Judy Turner (spokesperson)

Public meeting

Thursday 4th September, 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Methodist Church Hall (Corner of Alfriston Rd and Great South Roads)


Everyone welcome. Please spread the word.

Organised by QPEC (the Quality Public Education Coalition


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