Labour Day Rally - Monday 10:30 a.m.

Published: Fri 19 Oct 2001 03:23 PM
Labour Day Rally - Monday 10:30 a.m.
Cobham Court - Porirua Programme
10:30 a.m. Brass Razoo Solidarity Band
10:40 Pinky Agnew introduces the day
10: 45 First speaker - Graham Kelly M.P.
10: 55 Irish Band (Phil O'Connell & Co.)
11: 05 Local Councillor - Kevin Watson
11: 15 Choir Choir Pants on Fire
11: 25 Kevin Campbell (Alliance M.P.)
and/or Whitireia Students Association spkr?
11: 35 Irish Band
11: 45 Te Makao Bowkett (PPTA Apiha Maori)
11: 55 Tali Williams (singer)
12:05 YUM Speaker &/or NZUSA Speaker
12:15 Peter Conway sings
12: 20 Ross Wilson
12: 30 Pinky closes the entertainment programme
There will also be a number of organisations setting up stalls (Those confirmed to date are listed below)
NDU Water Charter Group
RMTU/Seafarers Sausage sizzle
S Anti-WTO Organising Committee
Mana Labour Party Peace Movement Aotearoa
Mana Alliance YUM
New Zealand Council of Trade Unions
Te Kauae Kaimahi
The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Te Kauae Kaimahi brings together over 350,000 New Zealand union members in 40 affiliated unions. We are the united voice for working people and their families in New Zealand.
Contact New Zealand Council of Trade Unions
Physical Address:
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