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ACT Will Launch Strong Regional Campaign In BoP

ACT Will Launch Strong Regional Campaign In Bay Of Plenty

Thursday 20 Jun 2002

ACT New Zealand members of parliament will join candidates in the Bay of Plenty to launch a strong regional campaign for the party vote on Wednesday 26 June.

The first event will be a public meeting. Leader Richard Prebble, Deputy Leader Ken Shirley and Tauranga Candidate Ron Scott will deliver ACT's positive proposals to deal with crime.

The following morning Richard Prebble will address the Chamber of Commerce, presenting ACT's policies for personal safety and economic security.

ACT is also campaigning for a bonfire of the red tape that harms small businesses. On Thursday, ACT MPs will present ACT's proposals to radically reform the RMA, to people affected by the legislation.

Media are invited to the following events:

Wednesday 26 June: 7.30 pm

Public Meeting on Crime and Justice

Mount Ocean Sport Club, Salisbury Avenue, Mount Maunganui

Hon Richard Prebble, Hon Ken Shirley and candidate Ron Scott

Thursday 27 June: 7.00 am

Chamber of Commerce Breakfast

Mills Reef

Hon Richard Prebble and candidate Ron Scott

Thursday 27 June: 2.30 pm

Presentation on ACT's proposed changes to the Resource Management Act

Hotel Armitage, Willow and Park Street Tauranga

Owen Jennings MP, Penny Webster MP, Gerry Eckhoff MP


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