Stand Together - Ka tū tahi tātou

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Stand Together, Ka tū tahi tātou,  is our campaign for stronger public and community services, and the people in our communities who work hard every day to provide them. From librarians to customs officials, from home support workers to DOC rangers, more than 62,000 PSA members are striving to make New Zealand the best it can be.

We're ordinary New Zealanders who want our communities to be strong, vibrant and health. We want out public and community services to be properly funded and well resourced. And we want them to be cherished and celebrated- and protected against further cuts.

On our own it can seem overwhelming, Together, we'll make a real difference.

To find out more and join the campaign, check out our Stand Together website.

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Documents

  • Election Party Invitation pdf | 892 KB | Last Changed: 18/09/2017 11:40am

    The Stand Together team has designed an invitation you can personalise to encourage your whanau, friends and neighbours to join you to watch the election results come in. Post your party pictures to the Stand Together Facebook page and be in to win a Stand Together prize pack.


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