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Collins Comments

Judith Collins Clevedon MP
25 August 2005

Invitation to Business Lunch

John Key MP, National's Finance Spokesman will be the guest speaker at a luncheon on Tuesday 30 August 2005 at 12:15pm. For all details in regard to this luncheon you can contact Roger Burrill on 267 5693 or 0274 77 66 99. You will need to contact Roger by 9am Friday 26 August 2005 please!.

Invitation to Public meeting on Education

Allan Peachey, National Candidate for Tamaki Electorate is the Principal of Rangitoto College and author of "What's up with our Schools?" Allan will be the guest speaker at a public meeting to be held on:

Date: Monday 5 September 2005

Time: 7.30pm

Venue: Point View School, Kilkenny Drive, Howick.

I am hosting the event, so come and hear how National will deliver Education that Counts and have your say. (Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase on the night). Everyone welcome.

Invitation to Public Meeting on Law and Order

Hon Tony Ryall MP, National Spokesman for Law and Order will be the guest speaker at a public meeting to be held on:

Date: Wednesday 7 September 2005

Time: 8.00pm

Venue: Te Puru Community Centre, 954 Whitford Maraetai Rd (between Beachlands and Maraetai).

I am hosting the event, so come and hear National's plan to deliver Law and Order and have your say. Everyone welcome.

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Papakura flower beds

I would like to congratulate the Council on their hard work on the Papakura flower beds. It is nice to see the Council taking pride in making our community look beautiful. The flowers add a bit of spring time colour. Keep up the good work.

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