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AGM Waitakere Community Law Service

October 22, 2013 at 2:59 PM

Atached is your invite/flyer to the Waitakere Community Law Service AGM on Thursday 31st October 2013, 2pm at Tui Glen Reserve, 2 Claude Brookes Drive Henderson.

Guest Speaker: Inspector Fata Wili Fanene to speak on

Topic: 'Maori and the Justice System' The Turning of the Tide. A new approach within the New Zealand Police

You can download the flyer here for more details.

Please RSVP to Louise on Phone 09 835 2130 Mob (021) 259 2735 or email Louise

Category: Community Notices