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Society considers legal action over Te Arawa model

Russell McVeagh has been contacted to potentially pursue seeking a judicial review.

Jamie Ball
Tue, 02 Jun 2015

The Rotorua Pro-Democracy Society may seek a judicial review following Rotorua Lakes councillors’ decision to allow unelected Te Arawa-affiliated members be nominated for its key committees.

Councillors last week voted 8/5 to allow two Te Arawa representatives, with voting rights, on its strategy,

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Jamie Ball
Tue, 02 Jun 2015
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