Otago Students Invite John Key to Follow Example
Otago Students Invite John Key to Follow in the Footsteps of
The Otago University Students Association
(OUSA) is joining calls for the National Party to reveal
their policy on student allowances.
Mr Key will be
visiting Dunedin on Thursday and OUSA is inviting him to
follow Helen Clark’s highly successful visit to Otago
University with an announcement of his own.
students gathered to hear the Prime Minister on Monday and
they really liked what she had to say. I’m sure students
would be thrilled to hear National’s plans for students
allowances” said Otago University Students Association
President Simon Wilson.
With the election just 25 days
away and students across the country preparing for exams
there is concern that any delayed announcement from the
National Party will be missed by the majority of
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