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Stable Population Party Networking events: ACT, NSW, Qld, Vic & WA

The Stable Population Party Australia is reaching out to members and sympathisers in a series of networking events across Australia. Should be interesting and fun to meet like-minded people and help to organise a coordinated electoral response to the growth lobby that has taken over our country. (Candobetter Ed.)

Invitation to all sympathisers

A message from William Bourke, National Convenor of Stable Population Party of Australia:

We'd like to welcome members and non-member supporters to Stable Population Party networking events across Australia.
These social events present a great opportunity to engage with like-minded people on sustainability and population matters.

Each event will run for around 3 hours & include:

- Party update
- Opportunity to meet current candidates
- Opportunity to meet state coordinators to discuss policies, campaign support and expressions of interest in candidature
- Opportunity to purchase lunch/dinner & beverages

Details:

NSW

12pm on Saturday 2 June @ Edinburgh Castle Hotel, Sydney (L1, Lounge Bar):

http://www.edinburghcastlehotel.com.au

Queensland

6pm on Friday 8 June @ E'cco Bar, Brisbane:

http://www.eccobistro.com/ecco-bar.html

Victoria

12pm on Saturday 16 June @ Richmond Club Hotel, Richmond (L1, Balcony Bar):

http://www.richmondclubhotel.com.au

WA

12pm on Saturday 23 June @ The Court Hotel:

http://www.thecourt.com.au

ACT

12pm on Sunday 24 June @ The Kingston Hotel (Red Room):

73 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

For planning purposes, please RSVP ASAP by replying to this eNews or contact us through our website: CLICK HERE

Networking events: NT, SA & Tas

Would you like to attend a networking event in Darwin, Adelaide or Tasmania in July?

If so please contact us ASAP to express your interest. You can reply to this eNews or contact us through our website: CLICK HERE

Your support is vital...

Our grassroots community party relies on its members and supporters to make these events a success. We look forward to seeing you there!

Kind regards

William Bourke
National Convenor
On behalf of the national committee
STABLE POPULATION PARTY
www.populationparty.org.au

Like us on Facebook:
www.facebook.com/populationparty

Follow us on Twitter:
www.twitter.com/populationparty

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Victorian meeting: Richmond

Promotional planning in lead up to 2013 election

Date: Sunday 16 September

Time: 12:00pm to 1:30pm (then lunch)

Venue: Richmond Club Hotel (Level 1, Balcony Bar), 100 Swan St Richmond.

Local members and supporters are invited to come and discuss how you can participate in a support group promoting our party around Melbourne. This meeting is for people who will volunteer their time (say) every month or two (e.g. to hand out flyers).

Refreshments are available for purchase during (and lunch following) the meeting.

To RSVP (if not already done): CLICK HERE

We look forward to seeing you there. If you would like to be part of our volunteer support group in Victoria but can't make the meeting, please still contact us and we'll include you in relevant correspondence.

Kind regards

Jonathan Page
Victorian Coordinator
STABLE POPULATION PARTY
www.populationparty.org.au

 

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Press Release

 

Native Australian Awards Announced
National Wattle Day 1st September 2012

 

Order of the Wattle Blossom

Archie Roach

For excellence in the writing and performance of music contributing to
the advancement of Australian Culture and Heritage.

Rex Gilroy

For persistent archaeological endeavour on our Native Soil to research and expose the pre-history of human occupation of the Australian continent.

Warren Fahey

For the preservation, recording and performance of folk music
from Australia’s heritage.

Keith Windshuttle

For advancing objectivity as a primary principle of research and critique into the historical records of Australia’s pioneering era.

AUSTRALIA FIRST PARTY
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