Meet the Candidates.

Written By: - Date published: 11:49 am, October 30th, 2014 - 3 comments
Categories: Andrew Little, labour, Nanaia Mahuta - Tags: , ,

Andrew Little and Nanaia Mahuta have both accepted an invitation made by the Andersons Bay-Peninsula Branch of the Labour Party to attend an informal pre-hustings social catch-up this afternoon. You are most welcome to drop by if you are in the area.

When:  4:30 – 5:30pm, Thu 30 October 2014
Where:Robbies Bar and Bistro
67 Macandrew Road, South Dunedin
Corner of Macandrew Road and King Edward Street
www.robbiesbar-bistro.co.nz/locations/robbies-dunedin/location-map/

3 comments on “Meet the Candidates.”

  1. Anne 1

    I would be interested to know if Grant Robertson and David Parker were also invited. If so, did they turn the invitation down?

    • left for deadshark 1.1

      Grant Robertson an David Parker are known to us down here,the to North Island MP’s were not,I was very pleased to have meet with them.I think they would add a great deal to Labour’s rise again.

  2. finbar 2

    What hope Labour.Listen now to the debate in Parliament,about tea breaks.I fly often and imagine pilots and their staff without a tea break and our saftey,Lees Galloway.The Prefect,running damage on the previous Lees Galloway,ignorance of understanding,was not much better.What hope.

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