Tuesday, August 16, 2016

[pima.nius] [Pacific_media_watch_list] 9738 REGION: Make better use of 'indy' journalism role, academic tells universities

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REGION: Make better use of 'indy' journalism role, academic tells universities

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Associate Professor Pradip Thomas, co-director of the CCSC, making a presentation
to Professor David Robie. Image: Laura McDowell / CCSC

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Item: 9738

BRISBANE (CCSC/Pacific Media Watch): Universities with strong journalism and communication programmes should step up and produce independent media with the "tremendous resources" of talented students at their disposal, says a media educator.

"We should be playing our role in strengthening the Fourth Estate in the face of a declining global environment for independent journalism," says Professor David Robie.

Dr Robie, director of the Pacific Media Centre at Auckland University of Technology, gave a seminar organised by the Centre for Communication and Social Change at the University of Queensland. He presented an overview of the challenges of two successful independent media products published out of Auckland – Pacific Scoop and Asia Pacific Report.

He described Pacific Scoop in its six years of existence as one of the best specialist news websites on Pacific affairs, produced in partnership with Scoop Media Limited in Wellington.

But the new website replacing it this year, Asia Pacific Report, had boosted the digital options and some of the recent highlights were: livestreaming of the Philippine presidential elections – one of the biggest audiences the website had experienced; sustained coverage of the Papua New Guinea student unrest for two months climaxing with PNG police opening fire on the students; strong reporting on climate change and sustainability in the region; and comprehensive coverage on West Papua.

"Enterprising Pacific student journalists, citizen journalists and alternative online sources have been key to this independent coverage," he said.

He has also directed several award-winning newspapers in the Pacific, including Uni Tavur and Wansolwara.

Asia Pacific Report is backed up by the Pacific Media Watch research and publication project with TJ Aumua as editor.

Dr Robie, who is on sabbatical, was at Queensland University to meet staff and students of the CCSC. He also travelled to Sydney to visit the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism at UTS and the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, which runs a programme for journalists and has been recently elevated to a department at Sydney University.

Dr Robie's presentation at Queensland University

Professor David Robie with Associate Professor Pradip Thomas, co-director of the CCSC, centre organiser Laura McDowell,
and some of the other staff and doctoral students who attended the seminar. Image: CCSC

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

[pima.nius] Are You My Sis? PIMA promotes Pacific media women

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#20160815 Monday 15 August 2016

PACIFIC ISLANDS MEDIA ASSOCIATION AOTEAROA

NEWS RELEASE

 

: immediate>

: headline > Are You My Sis? PIMA promotes Pacific media women

: story>

 

Pacific media women will be celebrated this Friday night at the Auckland waterfront.

 

The Pacific Islands Media Association is celebrating media women leaders at a special event to encourage more debate, between Maori and Pasifika communities.

 

PIMA says they are looking for input on the Best Pacific Media Personality, and what contributions they bring to Aotearoa.

 

Starting 6pm at the Ponsonby Cruising Club next to the harbour bridge, the event is asking one of the speakers, "Are You My Sis?"

 

That question is to be discussed by Greens MP Marama Davidson.

 

Her talk is a follow up to the 2013 PIMA event with former MP Hone Harawira - Are You My Bro?

 

Other invited speakers are TVNZ Pacific correspondent Barbara Dreaver and Coconet Wireless founder, Mez Aue.

 

PIMA Chair Will 'Ilolahia says asking Maori - are you my sister or brother? - is a way of creating more unity between Polynesians, across borders.

 

MORE :

 

Will 'Ilolahia

Chair

Pacific Islands Media Association (NZ) Inc. Aotearoa

+64272713964

 

 

BOOKING FOR FRIDAY :

 

Mrs. Judy Bataillard

Deputy Chair / Treasurer

Pacific Islands Media Association (NZ) Inc. Aotearoa

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

[pima.nius] Invitation to Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane

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Phoenix Performing Arts with support from Leadership New Zealand and Vodafone Foundation would like to warmly invite you to the development season of Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane a play created and directed by Jay Junior Williams of Phoenix Performing Arts. 

This is an opportunity for you to support Jay and Phoenix in their journey to develop this important work commenting on issues facing many young New Zealanders today.

There are two night in which you not only get the opportunity to see the show but also get to contribute both to Phoenix and Leadership NZ.

The Monday night show is presented in conjunction with the Vodafone NZ Foundation which Jay was a recipient of their "World of Difference" award 2013.

The Tuesday night show is presented in conjunction with Leadership NZ which Jay was a participant in their 2013 Leadership programme.

Both the Vodafone Foundation and Leadership NZ have shown real belief and commitment to Jay and this project looking to contribute to NZ society through the arts.

These special fund-raising nights will contribute to Phoenix Performing Arts ability to further their important work with youth in West Auckland and to put on a full-season of this work in 2014.

The Tuesday night show will also contribute to LeadershipNZ's scholarship fund. Jay wants to give-back and enable other leaders from the arts and community sectors to have the opportunity to experience the LeadershipNZ programme all monies from ticket sales will go to the LNZ scholarship fund. 

Vodafone NZ will also be in support matching dollar for dollar and proceeds going directly to help Phoenix – double bang for your buck.

The issues covered in the play are very topical in the news but sadly a daily reality for many youth. Jay and Phoenix have devised a play which offers a view of this reality with pathways in which to transcend these issues – a bullying culture, loss of identity, loss of self-worth, being lost in an untrusted system, depression, mental illness, and contemplations of ending it all.

Young Maui Filemu born into a confusing 21st century world asks, "How do I fit?"  His quest takes him on a journey through mental illnessand betrayal. After suffering hardships and loss, in the end he finds himself becoming proud of his individuality. Maui's journey is for all of us who want to be free to be ourselves. This powerful contemporary ugly duckling story, grown out of West Auckland, layered with Maori and Pacific urban influences and performed by a talented cast of young actors, dancers and musicians, is a poetic and operatic drama of transcendence.

Please go to the Q-Theatre website in order to purchase tickets in support of this wonderful cause.

Website: http://www.qtheatre.co.nz/elephant-garden-gethsemane

Phone Bookings: 09 309 9771

Date and time: Monday & Tuesday, 25th & 26th November, 7:30pm

Location: Q-Theatre, The Loft, Queen Street, Auckland


Your support is much appreciated.

Kind Regards

Phoenix Performing Arts/Phoenix NZYP (New Zealand Young Performers)

DD: (09) 8384455 xtn 215
MOB: 021 208 4289
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Sunday, November 10, 2013

[pima.nius] MR: A New Play Tackles Youth Issues Headon

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Media Release

A New Play Tackles Youth Issues Head-On

Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane – a story of courage and unspoken truth

By Jay Junior Williams

 

Facing up to the issues of youth bullying and the resultant effects within communities, especially those in the West Auckland area is a task that Jay Junior Williams, the creator of 'Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane' has taken by the horns.

 

With a cast of talented young West Aucklanders, Williams fuses Maori and Pacific motifs with gritty hard-hitting realities of youth living real daily lives – somewhere between lost and found. It is an ugly duckling story described as a poetic and operatic drama of transcendence.

 

"The transcendence we're talking about is that of self-worth and the freedom to be yourself," explains Williams.

 

The play touching on issues of bullying, depression and suicide have all been issues big in the news of the day re: Roast Busters and others. But, Williams says, these are not new issues and he's been working with them since 2007 when he began Phoenix NZYP (New Zealand Young Performers).

 

"Contrast to the Roast Busters, we've got a group of young men doing incredibly positive things. But, what these guys have done is highlight the issues we've been working with all along. Bullying today has changed and it's time communities and especially schools started recognising that."

 

Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane examines some of these issues, which Williams is passionate about. He goes on,

 

"You know it's about responsibility; of the bystander, the community, the schools all to feel a certain level of responsibility towards each other. If we had more of this, then intervention and reaction would be so much more meaningful. What we're about [Phoenix] is being proactive and tackling the problems in a real multi-dimensional way, which is what our communities and schools should also be doing."

 

As a secondary school teacher, Williams explains that all too many times bullying would go unnoticed until it was too late – especially cyber bullying which is almost invisible except to those involved.

 

"This is the worst thing about it. We haven't yet learnt to identify it as something as real as getting punched in the face. But, it can be much worse than just a physical act. This is part of the reason I wanted to do the play, to bring awareness to the power of words and the humiliation this can wield over others, especially in an online context."

 

Williams says that the recent spate of news items about these issues serve to highlight the gap in societies responsibilities to teach emotional literacy and care particularly through our schooling system.

 

"Phoenix as an organisation is robust and has provided opportunities for hundreds of young people to transition and transform through accessible forums and empathetic encounters. These are not always accessible in the schooling system and so we find that we are catching those who leak through the cracks."

 

Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane examines the issues in a non-traditional narrative. It points to a betrayal of the system, as in the Garden of Gethsemane, whereby the elephant standing in this garden is covered in a shroud of secrecy and ignored.

 

"We're using a non-traditional narrative because what people don't understand is that these issues have evolved and yet we are still using old mechanisms. We're trying to make it accessible and also to be able to bring out the discussion that needs to be had around these issues. It's not about laying blame, as some have been doing, it's about finding solutions and forums in which young people may be free to share."

 

Although the Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane ends in a positive, as with the story of the ugly duckling, this doesn't always happen in real life. Williams points to the fact that for a real change to happen over the long-term to stop bullying, violence and suicide the community has to stand-up attack it in a multi-dimensional way and get support from government dollar for dollar. Williams concludes,

 

"I don't have all the answers but I do know that at least my organisation has been and will continue to be part of the answer. I'd like to see community, schools and individuals really find solutions that connect and share through a focus on wellbeing. We're helping out with providing art as a mechanism for change and we hope that others may see some worth in this."

 

* Jay Junior Williams is the founder of Phoenix NZYP, a Senior Secondary Schools drama teacher and social change agent.

* As a recipient of the Vodafone World of Difference Award 2013, Jay worked on a number of projects through the year - Matariki (drawing awareness of it's significance for Maori), Phase 1 young writers festival, Candid (showcase of emerging artists), Blood in Water theatre piece, Women's Refuge Campaign in Palmerston North, The White Ribbon Campaign, Anti-Bullying Campaign in schools, visit to NYC.

* Elephant in the Garden of Gethsemane also has limited public seating in a fundraiser performance for Leadership NZ on Tuesday 26th November 8pm, preceded by an address by Mr Williams at 730pm. Contact Q-Theatre for enquiries.

 

For direct interviews with Jay Junior Williams or the cast, please contact:

Jay Williams, MOB: 021 208 4289, Email: phoenixnzyp@hotmail.com

 

For feature articles/multi-media please contact Aaron Taouma, MOB: 022 123 1050, Email: hottymedia@gmail.com

 

For ticketing details at Corban Estate Arts Centre (Shed 1) on Friday 13th December at 8pm (preceded by a directors talk at 730pm), you can find out more at info@ceac.org.nz or ph: 838 4455, website: www.ceac.org.nz.


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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

[pima.nius] Pacific Islands Media Association: Are Maori and Pasifika Peoples Really Bros?

3:01 PM |

MEDIA RELEASE
PACIFIC ISLANDS MEDIA ASSOCIATION
THURSDAY 26 SEPTEMBER 2013

ARE MAORI AND PACIFIC PEOPLES REALLY 'BROS'?

Pasifika and Maori relations will come under the spotlight on Wednesday 6th November at the Pacific Islands Media Associations (PIMA) fundraising dinner in Auckland.

More than two hundred and fifty Pasifika and Maori media, community members and colleagues are expected to attend the event at the Manhattan Function Centre in Mt Roskill - which features keynote speaker, Hone Harawira.

PIMA Interim Chair, Will Ilolahia, says it's timely to discuss Maori and Pasifika relations "especially as New Zealand is looking at a range of matters around the Treaty of Waitangi and constitutional law."

He says Hone Harawira symbolises much of the Maori political angst which Pasifika people sympathise with but have struggled to understand. 

"Many of our people sympathise with the Maori struggle for tino rangatiratanga because we know the importance of having our own sovereignty back in the islands," says PIMA chair Will Ilolahia.  

"But when our people see Maori 'radicals' on TV talking about the injustices of Aotearoa's colonisation, we don't know where we fit into that conversation. We have our own struggles with this system here too and many don't want to wait in line for answers."

Harawira will be joined by Yolande Ah Chong, morning show host for Pacific Media Network's Radio 531 PI. The Mana Party leader will be probed for answers during a live interview in front of the audience.

"Maori and Pasifika relations is an issue often debated by Pasifika people behind closed doors," says Ah Chong.  "I'm going to have fun interviewing Mr Harawira and asking him questions from a Pasifika perspective."

Funds raised at the event will go towards PIMA's work supporting and promoting Pasifika media in NZ.

The Pacific Islands Media Association was established in 2001 as an advocacy group to encourage more Pacific people to join the media industry and support those already working in the industry.  Its current executive members are: Will Ilolahia (Chair), Adrian Stevanon (Vice Chair), Iulia Leilua (Secretary), Sandra Kailahi, Richard Pamatatau, Eleanor Ikinofo and Angelina Weir.  

Tickets for PIMA's fundraiser cost $50.00 per person or $450.00 for a table of 10.  The dinner is BYO (soft drinks only sold at the bar) and will be followed by a live band and dancing. Dress code is Pacific dress or casual smart. Doors will open at 6.30 pm for a 7.00 pm start. The Manhattan Function Centre is located at 941a Dominion Rd in Mt Roskill, Auckland, with the entrance on Jasper Ave.  Parking is available across the road.

Ends

For more information contact:
Will Ilolahia:       will@waiatatrust.co.nz - 0276 368 359 (media interviews)
Sandra Kailahi:  Sandra.kailahi@gmail.com – 021 441 443 (ticket info)
Iulia Leilua:        ileilua@ihug.co.nz - 021 378 639 (event info)


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Monday, April 22, 2013

Re: [pima.nius] Fwd: Pacific Islands Media Association votes in Interim Executive Committee

5:16 PM |

sina and others can also click on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email ... you may have to drop down or show the contents of earlier emails if you are viewing the latest copy, like this message, and Aaron's.

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On 23 April 2013 11:27, Aaron Taouma <aaron.taouma1@gmail.com> wrote:
despite popular belief - Jason does not have controlling access of
this list. Neither do I. This is the remnants of the old pima google
group and Iulia has password. Will if you get the passwords, I can
show you how to operate this list and other things.

On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 4:22 PM, Sina Moore <sina.moore@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jason
>
> Pls take me off this mailing list
>
> Thanks
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> Sina
> 021666595
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> from my iPhone
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> On 22/04/2013, at 1:03 PM, will@waiatatrust.co.nz wrote:
>
> Malo Jason,
> I've asked a response from the former executive and will respond accordingly.
> Meanwhile besides your concern below how else can PIMA improve.
>
> Will
>
>
>
> Quoting "avaiki - jason brown" <avaiki.nius@gmail.com>:
>
>> . . .
>>
>> greetings all,
>>
>> great to see PIMA acknowledge the problems facing this organisation.
>>
>> PIMA shares the same problem as other media associations - a lack of
>> interest due to a perception that such organisations can be misused to
>> represent individual agendas.
>>
>> Another problem not peculiar to PIMA is a disastrous failure to keep up to
>> date accounts and hold audits. My understanding is that this is due to
>> mainly to the failings of one or two people. The media is known for
>> pointing out failings of other organisations on a daily basis. Turns out we
>> are just as bad ourselves.
>>
>> Until finances are sorted, PIMA lacks the credibility to move forward. I
>> have had suggestions for putting PIMA onto a transparent, accountable and
>> responsive basis for years now, but no one seems interested.
>>
>> This would see PIMA move towards a project facilitator role for not just
>> islands media here but in the islands as well. Partnerships, in other words.
>>
>> *jason*
>>
>> . . .
>>
>> jason brown
>> www.facebook.com/avaiki
>> +642102484560
>>
>> . . .
>>
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: pima news <pima.nius@gmail.com>
>> Date: 22 April 2013 08:18
>> Subject: Pacific Islands Media Association votes in Interim Executive
>> Committee
>> To:
>>
>>
>> *Media release - 19 April 2013
>> *
>> *PIMA votes in Interim Executive Committee*
>>
>> Apathy from Pacific Island media could see the end of an organisation
>> formed to support them.
>>
>> The Pacific Island Media Association (PIMA) celebrated its 10 year
>> anniversary in 2011 but last night it barely managed a quorum for its
>> Annual General Meeting held at the Fickling Centre, Mt Roskill.
>>
>> The lack of attendance and apparent lack of interest from PI media raised
>> major concerns on whether PIMA had had its day and if PIMA could continue
>> to act effectively to represent all Pacific media.
>>
>> Outgoing secretary Sandra Kailahi asked the committee to consider winding
>> down the organisation if a new committee could not be formed. However
>> attendees at the meeting agreed on an interim committee to work on PIMA's
>> future role and remain in place until elections in October.
>>
>> Newly elected Interim Chair, Will Ilolahia said he had accepted the
>> nomination as interim Chair because as one of the founding members he was
>> saddened after a decade of vital work and programmes like the AUT
>> Scholarships, representation at regional Pacific Media fono that PIMA could
>> be wound down.
>>
>> "I hope as a change consultant to try and change the direction PIMA is
>> heading for a more positive outcome."
>>
>> With over 90 registered members, one of the tasks for the new Interim Chair
>> is a proposed workshop on PIMA's future. "We will be contacting each of the
>> 90 members for their active participation," he said.
>>
>> Deputy Chair Adrian Stevanon said "There has been a call for a while for
>> new blood to join the PIMA Executive, hence my decision to accept the
>> Interim Vice Chair position."
>>
>> The committee will undertake strategic planning sessions and potential
>> activities as a pathway forward.
>>
>> The Interim Executive committee members are:
>> Chair Will Ilolahia, Deputy Chair Adrian Stevanon, Secretary Iulia Leilua,
>> Treasurer Angelina Weir-Taylor, Committee members Eleanor Ikinofo (PR),
>> Richard Pamatatau (Radio).
>>
>> Mr Ilolahia acknowledged the tremendous work of the outgoing Chairperson
>> Iulia Leilua throughout the previous 11 year tenure. "Her representation is
>> the key why PIMA has survived to date."
>>
>> Ms Leilua gave up the Chair's post due to work commitments and to allow for
>> new blood to take the organisation in a new direction. However still fully
>> committed to PIMA Ms Leilua has stayed on as interim secretary until the
>> next elections.
>>
>> *For more information please contact: Will Ilolahia M: (027) 6368359 E
>> will@waiatatrust.co.nz W www.waiatatrust.co.nz S willilolahia1 or Secretary
>> Iulia Leilua - 021 378 639 or 021 441 443 (Ends)*
>> *
>> *
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Re: [pima.nius] Fwd: Pacific Islands Media Association votes in Interim Executive Committee

4:27 PM |

despite popular belief - Jason does not have controlling access of
this list. Neither do I. This is the remnants of the old pima google
group and Iulia has password. Will if you get the passwords, I can
show you how to operate this list and other things.

On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 4:22 PM, Sina Moore <sina.moore@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jason
>
> Pls take me off this mailing list
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> Thanks
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> Sina
> 021666595
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> from my iPhone
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> On 22/04/2013, at 1:03 PM, will@waiatatrust.co.nz wrote:
>
> Malo Jason,
> I've asked a response from the former executive and will respond accordingly.
> Meanwhile besides your concern below how else can PIMA improve.
>
> Will
>
>
>
> Quoting "avaiki - jason brown" <avaiki.nius@gmail.com>:
>
>> . . .
>>
>> greetings all,
>>
>> great to see PIMA acknowledge the problems facing this organisation.
>>
>> PIMA shares the same problem as other media associations - a lack of
>> interest due to a perception that such organisations can be misused to
>> represent individual agendas.
>>
>> Another problem not peculiar to PIMA is a disastrous failure to keep up to
>> date accounts and hold audits. My understanding is that this is due to
>> mainly to the failings of one or two people. The media is known for
>> pointing out failings of other organisations on a daily basis. Turns out we
>> are just as bad ourselves.
>>
>> Until finances are sorted, PIMA lacks the credibility to move forward. I
>> have had suggestions for putting PIMA onto a transparent, accountable and
>> responsive basis for years now, but no one seems interested.
>>
>> This would see PIMA move towards a project facilitator role for not just
>> islands media here but in the islands as well. Partnerships, in other words.
>>
>> *jason*
>>
>> . . .
>>
>> jason brown
>> www.facebook.com/avaiki
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>>
>> . . .
>>
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: pima news <pima.nius@gmail.com>
>> Date: 22 April 2013 08:18
>> Subject: Pacific Islands Media Association votes in Interim Executive
>> Committee
>> To:
>>
>>
>> *Media release - 19 April 2013
>> *
>> *PIMA votes in Interim Executive Committee*
>>
>> Apathy from Pacific Island media could see the end of an organisation
>> formed to support them.
>>
>> The Pacific Island Media Association (PIMA) celebrated its 10 year
>> anniversary in 2011 but last night it barely managed a quorum for its
>> Annual General Meeting held at the Fickling Centre, Mt Roskill.
>>
>> The lack of attendance and apparent lack of interest from PI media raised
>> major concerns on whether PIMA had had its day and if PIMA could continue
>> to act effectively to represent all Pacific media.
>>
>> Outgoing secretary Sandra Kailahi asked the committee to consider winding
>> down the organisation if a new committee could not be formed. However
>> attendees at the meeting agreed on an interim committee to work on PIMA's
>> future role and remain in place until elections in October.
>>
>> Newly elected Interim Chair, Will Ilolahia said he had accepted the
>> nomination as interim Chair because as one of the founding members he was
>> saddened after a decade of vital work and programmes like the AUT
>> Scholarships, representation at regional Pacific Media fono that PIMA could
>> be wound down.
>>
>> "I hope as a change consultant to try and change the direction PIMA is
>> heading for a more positive outcome."
>>
>> With over 90 registered members, one of the tasks for the new Interim Chair
>> is a proposed workshop on PIMA's future. "We will be contacting each of the
>> 90 members for their active participation," he said.
>>
>> Deputy Chair Adrian Stevanon said "There has been a call for a while for
>> new blood to join the PIMA Executive, hence my decision to accept the
>> Interim Vice Chair position."
>>
>> The committee will undertake strategic planning sessions and potential
>> activities as a pathway forward.
>>
>> The Interim Executive committee members are:
>> Chair Will Ilolahia, Deputy Chair Adrian Stevanon, Secretary Iulia Leilua,
>> Treasurer Angelina Weir-Taylor, Committee members Eleanor Ikinofo (PR),
>> Richard Pamatatau (Radio).
>>
>> Mr Ilolahia acknowledged the tremendous work of the outgoing Chairperson
>> Iulia Leilua throughout the previous 11 year tenure. "Her representation is
>> the key why PIMA has survived to date."
>>
>> Ms Leilua gave up the Chair's post due to work commitments and to allow for
>> new blood to take the organisation in a new direction. However still fully
>> committed to PIMA Ms Leilua has stayed on as interim secretary until the
>> next elections.
>>
>> *For more information please contact: Will Ilolahia M: (027) 6368359 E
>> will@waiatatrust.co.nz W www.waiatatrust.co.nz S willilolahia1 or Secretary
>> Iulia Leilua - 021 378 639 or 021 441 443 (Ends)*
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