Reminder: Roger Award tomorrow

Written By: - Date published: 12:05 pm, March 10th, 2010 - 2 comments
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Drinking LiberallyThe first Drinking Liberally – Wellington of the year is being held in conjunction with the annual Roger Award.

The Roger Award is presented each year to the worst transnational corporation operating in New Zealand, and the winner of the 2009 Roger Award will be announced at a ceremony in Wellington on Thursday March 11 2010, at the Southern Cross Bar, 39 Abel Smith Street.

Speakers include Dr Christine Dann (for the judges) and Murray Horton (CAFCA). Doors open 5.30pm, with some food provided, and presentations will get underway from 6pm.

The 2009 Roger Award finalists are: ANZ, BNZ, Infratil, Newmont, Rio Tinto Aluminium NZ, Rymans, Telecom, Transpacific and Westpac.

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2 comments on “Reminder: Roger Award tomorrow”

  1. vto 1

    why infratil and rymans?

    • Daveo 1.1

      Infratil’s probably to do with their repeated lockouts of bus drivers. CAFCA usually issues a report afterwards detailing why each company was up for awards.

      For what it’s worth, my money’s on Telecom.

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