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Destiny New Zealand Campaign Launch

14 June 2005

“Destiny New Zealand Campaign Launch – TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre”

Destiny New Zealand officially launches its election campaign at the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre in Manukau City at 7.00pm this Saturday, 18th June. With an anticipated audience of over 2,000 people, the party will present its full compliment of candidates, including the candidate for TE TAI TONGA, Maru Samuel.

“This event is the culmination of two years planning and preparation towards what I consider to be the most important election of our lifetime. Our country desperately needs a powerfully unified political vehicle to restore traditional family values to politics - Destiny New Zealand is that vehicle”, says Party Leader, Richard Lewis.

The party will stand a total of 42 candidates in many General electorates and all seven Maori seats.

“Our candidates are unified in our commitment to protect, empower and prosper New Zealand families. No party carries traditional family values like Destiny New Zealand”, Lewis added. Destiny New Zealand policies can be viewed on
http://www.destinynz.org.nz

ENDS

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