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Evergreen Announces New Date for AGM

News Release
14 October 2005

Evergreen Announces New Date for Annual General Meeting

Evergreen Forests Limited advised today that it will postpone the intended date for the 2005 Annual General Meeting from 28th October (as announced on 27th July) to 11th November.

Chairman Peter Wilson said the Board wished to hold a Special Meeting on the same day to seek shareholder approval to distribute a substantial proportion of the net proceeds arising from the sale of the majority of the land and forest assets now due for completion on 31st October.

The notice of meeting for both the Annual General Meeting and Special Meeting will be forwarded to shareholders on 28th October.

ENDS

Evergreen is a public company listed on the NZSX Market. The company owned or had cutting rights over 18,959 stocked hectares (46,847 acres) planted predominantly in fast-growing radiata pine at 30 June 2005. Its forest properties are principally located in Northland, South Auckland and the East Coast.

The company’s web site is located at: www.evergreen.co.nz. For information on the NZSX Market and the company’s share price on the NZSX Market, please go to: www.nzx.com


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