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Dalziel and Milne in Ashburton

Dalziel and Milne in Ashburton

This Thursday 27 June, Labour candidate for Rakaia, Tony Milne, and Labour Party Minister for ACC, Senior Citizens and Immigration, Hon Lianne Dalziel, will be visiting the electorate to speak to residents and spread Labour’s good news for Rakaia.

Lianne Dalziel and Tony Milne will speak to Ashburton Greypower from 2pm, and visit Rosebank hospital and home from 3.40pm”, Tony Milne said.

“People have a clear choice this coming election” Tony Milne said. “A government that keeps its word, that has achieved positive results in social and economic development, and a government that can build on those foundations, or an opposition with a track record of poor economic and social development, and an opposition that cut health, education, and super spending”, Tony Milne said.

“This campaign has been one of the biggest challenges of my life, yet with so much good news to spread and an underperforming opposition I am enjoying the challenge”, Tony Milne said.

Programme/Media Opportunities

1.45pm: Available to meet with media, Seniors Centre, Cameron Street
2.00pm: Greypower meeting, Seniors Centre, Cameron Street
3.15pm: Interview on Fox FM
3.40pm: Visit to Rosebank Hospital and Home, 77 Walnut Avenue, Ashburton

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