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Nandor To Speak In Lower North Island

25 June 2002

Green MP Nandor Tanczos will visit Masterton, Featherston, Porirua, Kapiti and Levin on Wednesday and Thursday, 26 and 27 June.

Nandor arrives on Wednesday in Masterton to speak at Whakoriori Marae, on the Masterton UCOL campus 143 - 159 Chapel St, at 3pm.

He will then run a public meeting at the Featherston Community Centre on Wakefield St from 7pm. His address is entitled 'Building an EcoNation: the Green Vision for People, Planet and Politics'.

"I hope the meeting will provoke some interesting and enlightening discussion," said Nandor.

On Thursday Nandor will be speaking at Whitireia Polytech, on the Porirua and Kapiti Coast campuses. He will be at Porirua at 12 noon and Kapiti from 3pm.

That evening, Nandor will address a public meeting in Levin at the Freyberg Lounge, Memorial Hall from 7pm.

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