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Staunch Storm Student Spaces

19th February 2002

Staunch Alliance groups across the country are preparing to bring the Alliance vision to students around the country from tomorrow, Wednesday 20th February. Stalls and events will be happening on campuses from Auckland to Dunedin, as Staunch begins rarking things up for election year. From the deep south to the sunny north, the events are:

Otago:

When: Wednesday, 20th February, all day

What: Stall at Clubs Day

Where: Otago University

Who to contact: Anna McMartin phone 03 473 8392 mob 021 670 369

When: Friday 22nd February, 1pm

What: Liz Gordon, MP, speaking to students

Where: Otago University

Who to contact: Anna McMartin phone 03 473 8392 mob 021 670 369

Canterbury:

When: Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th February, all day

What: Stall at Clubs Day

Where: Canterbury University

Who to contact: Sean Gourley phone 03 332 0365 email: sean@staunch.org.nz

When: Saturday 2nd March

What: BBQ in the sun!

Where: TBA

Who to contact: Kane O'Connell phone 03 358 9000 email: kpo14@student.canterbury.ac.nz

Wellington:

When: Wednesday 6th March, all day

What: Stall on campus, at Clubs Day

Where: Student Union, Victoria University

Who to contact: Anna Sutherland phone 04 971 3115 mob 021 323 467 email anna_sutherland@hotmail.com

When: Wednesday 13h March, 5pm

What: Pub Politics

Where: Eastside, Student Union, Victoria University

Who to contact: Anna Sutherland phone 04 971 3115 mob 021 323 467 email anna_sutherland@hotmail.com

Palmerston North

When: Thursday 28th February, all day

What: Stall at Clubs Day

Where: On the Concourse, by the Library, Massey University

Who to contact: Richard Wallis phone 025 234 2232

Hamilton

When: Friday 8th March, all day

What: Stall at Clubs Day

Where: Waikato University

Who to contact: Ravaani Ghaemmaghamy phone 07 853 5468 email: ravaani@clear.net.nz

Auckland

When: Thursday 28th February, 10am - 2pm

What: Stall for Market Day

Where: Quad, Wellesley St Campus, Auckland University of Technology

Who to contact: Julie Fairey phone 09 534 0699 email: julie@staunch.org.nz

When: Monday 4th - Wednesday 6th March, 10am onwards

What: Stall during Clubs Week

Where: Rudman Gardens, Student Union, Princes St, University of Auckland

Who to contact: Joey Randall phone 09 634 2301 email: yophus@yahoo.com

When: Tuesday 12th March, 1 - 2pm

What: Laila Harré, Minister of Youth Affairs, talking to students

Where: Old Choral Hall Lecture Theatre 1, Old Choral Hall, cnr Albert and Symonds Sts, University of Auckland

Who to contact: Joey Randall phone 09 634 2301 email: yophus@yahoo.com

Staunch will also be having it's annual National Gathering in Palmerston North in early May, so any members interested in attending should get in touch with Julie (below) to find out more.

National Spokespeople:

Sean Gourley

Email: sean@staunch.org.nz

Phone: 03 332 0365

Julie Fairey

Email: julie@staunch.org.nz

Phone: 09 534 0699 or 021 172 3467

Website: http://www.staunch.org.nz

Staunch Alliance is the youth and student wing of the Alliance party.


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