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ACT Leader Announces Media Unit Changes

ACT leader Richard Prebble said Wellington journalist David Hargreaves has joined ACT New Zealand’s Parliamentary Office as a Caucus Press Secretary. David has joined from The Independent Business Weekly and has previously worked for a number of publications in London as well as for Radio New Zealand and The Evening Post in Wellington.

Mr Prebble said the new appointment brings the ACT media team up to its full compliment of three people:

David Hargreaves (phone 04-470-6637, fax 04-473-3532, mobile 025-231-0877, email david.hargreaves@parliament.govt.nz) will be responsible for ACT MPs: * Ken Shirley * Stephen Franks * Muriel Newman * Rodney Hide

Norrie Power (phone 04-470-6644, fax 04-473-3532, mobile 025-615-5244, email norrie.power@parliament.govt.nz) will be responsible for: * Donna Awatere Huata * Owen Jennings * Penny Webster * Gerry Eckhoff

Mike Lorigan is Press Secretary for Mr Prebble and may contacted at: (phone 04-470-6648, fax 04-473-3532, mobile 025-203-3231, email mike.lorigan@parliament.govt.nz

ENDS

For more information visit ACT online at http://www.act.org.nz or contact the ACT Parliamentary Office at act@parliament.govt.nz.


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