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New Zealand First Selects New President

Rt Hon Winston Peters

New Zealand First Leader

20 October 2013  
 
New Zealand First Selects New President
 
New Zealand First  has elected Anne Martin as the new party President.
 
Mrs Martin had been the secretary of New Zealand First for the past six years.
 
Mrs Martin has proven management and administrative skills along with an in-depth understanding of New Zealand First party history and processes.
 
Romald Ridski, Ray Dolman, Edwin Perry and Brent Catchpole were elected as new members to the Board. Darroch Ball is the new Vice-President of the North Island, Marie Daldry retains her role as Vice-President of the South Island.
 
The representation on the Board is from a wide geographical spread from around New Zealand.
 
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