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Destiny NZ Political Conference - 3rd July


Destiny NZ Political Conference - 3rd July 2004 at 7.00 pm

Political party, Destiny NZ, will be holding its national conference this Saturday at Destiny Church, 18 Allright Place in Auckland. Launched a year ago, the party is now ready to introduce its 35 delegates who are on the pathway to candidacy at the next election. Party leader, Richard Lewis, will also present some of Destiny NZ's key policies moving forward. Attached is a brief overview of the Destiny NZ's policies covering 19 different areas and brief bios of the delegates who'll be introduced. These are embargoed until 7.00 pm this Saturday (3/7/04). Our agenda will be as follows:

AGENDA

* National Anthem of New Zealand - Destiny Choir * Destiny NZ Theme Song - Doug Norris * Welcome - Manuel Renata * Entertainment by the Destiny Church Culture Group and Youth Artists.

* Introduction of Destiny NZ Delegates 2004 - Richard Lewis * Message from the Leader - Richard Lewis

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