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Destiny Rallies Support in Kaitaia

DESTINY New Zealand
Political Party
PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10 JUNE 2005

"Destiny Rallies Support in Kaitaia"

Destiny New Zealand leader Richard Lewis presented the party's 'empowering families' message to over a hundred locals in Kaitaia last night.

"This year we face the most important election of our lifetime because our country is on course for a social crisis unless we give priority and restore strength to the basic building blocks of our society - New Zealand families".

Destiny New Zealand's policies are wide-ranging but give priority to strengthening families. To that end, the party has a foundation policy that focuses on protecting, empowering and prospering New Zealand families.

David Isaachsen - Candidate for Northland and Ernest Morton - Candidate for Te Tai Tokerau, were introduced at the meeting.

Next Saturday (18th June) the party launches its election campaign at the new TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre in Manukau City.

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