Events Near You

Registrations are now open for these two public meetings.

  • Public Meeting with Erica Stanford, Opposition Spokesperson for Immigration and Education: Monday 18 July in Welcome Bay. Register here.
  • Public Meeting with Hon Mark Mitchell, Opposition Spokesman for Police: Wednesday 17 August in Papamoa. Register here.

 

  • Public Meeting about Immigration and Education

    Monday, July 18, 2022 at 06:00 PM · Welcome Bay Hall in Tauranga, New Zealand

     

    If you are interested in the state of New Zealand's education system, New Zealand's immigration policy or any issues about the Bay of Plenty, this is your opportunity to hear and be heard by Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller and his special guest Erica Stanford, MP for East Coast Bays.

    Erica Stanford is the Opposition Spokesperson for Immigration and Education and will be visiting Tauranga on Monday 18 July. She'll be attending a public meeting at the Welcome Bay Hall at 6pm that Monday night and invites any interested constituents of the Bay of Plenty and other local electorates to come for a chat. There'll be an opportunity to hear about the Opposition's perspectives on these key issues for New Zealand families, employers and students and also to ask questions of your own on the night.

    We recommend pre-registering so that you can be sure of a seat on the night. 

     

  • Law and Order Public Meeting

    Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at 06:00 PM · 8 rsvps · Papamoa Surf Livesaving Club at The Domain in Papamoa, New Zealand

    MP for Bay of Plenty Todd Muller invites constituents of the Bay of Plenty electorate and surrounding region to attend a public meeting in Papamoa on Wednesday 17 August 2022. Todd will be accompanied by special guest Hon Mark Mitchell, Opposition Spokesman for Police.

    This is a great opportunity to hear National's perspective on the state of New Zealand's crime landscape and how a National-led Government would better support Police to protect our communities. You'll also have the chance to ask questions and share your views about local crime concerns or other issues with your local MP and his guest.

    We highly recommend pre-registering so we can ensure you have a seat on the night.