State of the Nation 2000

Published: Mon 10 Jan 2000 09:56 AM
Friday 7th Jan 2000
Richard Prebble
Media Release -- Other
ACT Leader Richard Prebble will make his traditional state of the nation speech in Auckland on Monday.
In past years Mr Prebble has made a number of political and economic predictions in his state of the nation speech which have proved remarkably accurate. Last year's speech, for example, predicted the election date of 27 November 1999.
Media are welcome for Richard Prebble's State of the Nation 2000 speech:
When: 1pm Monday 10 January 2000 Where: Elliot Rooms, Centra Hotel, Auckland
For more information visit ACT online at or contact the ACT Parliamentary Office at

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