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June 25, 2009 | by  | in News Online Only |
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Delicious VUWSA Nom, Nom, Nom, Nominations Open

Nominations have opened for four positions on VUWSA’s Executive left vacant by a scurry of resignations last trimester.

The positions of Vice-President (Administration), Activities Officer, Women’s Rights Officer and Environmental Officer are all up for grabs in a special by-election.

Nomination forms can be picked up from VUWSA’s Kelburn Campus office on the bottom floor of the Student Union Building.

Nominations close on July 17, with polling to be held between July 27 and 29.

Potential nominees and all other interested folk can find more details by emailing

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  1. Paul Danger Brown says:

    I nominate Melissa Barnard for ruler of VUWSA

  2. Deja Vu says:

    Will you inappropriately ‘authorise’ another 20k of student money on a gratuitously useless van Paul?

  3. Deja Jew says:

    You going to use your real name or hide behind a pseudonym? Coward.

  4. r4i gold says:

    It is very good news for me and for other people also who love nominations. Any ways this news has made me very happy as I am eagerly waiting for this news.

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