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Flag Day, Tasmania 2011 Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Thursday, 11 August 2011
   
 
 

The  Annual National Flag Day Luncheon for Tasmania will be held in Hobart

·         On Friday, 2 September 2011

·         At  12 noon for 12:30

·         At the Derwent Sailing Squadron, Sandy Bay

·         Cost: $35 per person

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The guest speaker is Jai Martinkovits. 

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Reservations, by Thursday 30 August, as well as inquiries may be made to Reg Watson 62438597 – 0409 9075 587,  email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or to John Salmon 62653840.  

 
 
Judeo Christian values and Our Constitutional Monarchy Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Friday, 10 June 2011

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Host: Rev Fred Nile MLC  Chairman: Pastor Peter Rahme


Invited Speaker:

 Professor David Flint 


“WHY SHOULD CHRISTIANS
SUPPORT OUR
CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY?

 

($10 per person including afternoon tea.)

 

ON: Monday 20 June 2011

AT: 12noon

AT: Parliament House

Macquarie Street Sydney


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Bookings essential: Phone Judy 0292302478 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
The Diminishing Republic Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Thursday, 09 June 2011

 

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THE PRESIDENT AND COMMITTEE

Of the

ROYAL COMMONWEALTH SOCIETY (NSW Branch)

 

Extend an Invitation to you and your friends to a

Luncheon to be held on June 16, 2011

 

ADAMS ROOM, 4TH FLOOR, CASTLEREAGH INN,

169 CASTLEREIGH STREET, SYDNEY.

 

TIME: 12:15PM FOR 12:30 LUNCHEON

DRESS: Lounge Suit

 

Guest Speaker: Professor David Flint AM

THE DIMINISHING REPUBLIC

 

 

Acceptance Form by Monday June 6

Bookings for Places for Lunch @ $50pp

Download the booking form here 

Cheques Payable to: ROYAL COMMONWEALTH SOCIETY (NSW Branch)

P.O. Box 3289

BELLEVUE HILL NSW 2023

 

 
Queen's Birthday Service in the City of Melbourne Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Sunday, 15 May 2011
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Royal Wedding Celebrations across Australia Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Thursday, 17 March 2011

The wedding of HRH Prince William to Ms. Catherine Middleton will be celebrated across Australia. Much of this will centre on the television transmission which will attract an enormous audience.

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In the meantime, ACM divisions across the country are working on local celebrations of the wedding. Details of these will be announced as soon as possible.

In Sydney there will be a special event on Friday, 29th April at Parliament House in Sydney.  You can download the brochure here.

 


...Hon Diana Fisher...

 


Our special guest speaker is the very well known media personality, the Hon. Diana Fisher OAM. Mrs Fisher has long been engaged by the Australian and British media for her superb commentaries and insights into Royal Occasions, going back to the marriage of the late Princess Margaret in Westminster Abbey on 6th May 1960.

To mark this significant occasion, guests will also be sharing a celebratory wedding cake, made especially for this occasion.

 

..Melbourne...

 

In the meantime a dinner has been arranged by the Victorian Division in Melbourne on 29 April at 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm at the popular Morgan’s at 401  in Collins Street with special guest  Senator The Hon George Brandis SC Federal Shadow Attorney General.

After the Senator’s speech, guest will be able to watch the Royal Wedding on TV screens in the Dining Room.

You can download the brochure here.

 

...ACM media collections ... 

In addition, ACM has launched two special internet collections of news, images and videos,  Royal Wedding Story and Prince William in Australia.

Just click on the icons on the front page of this website, www.norepublic.com.au , now the most visited constitutional monarchist website in the world.

Prince William’s visit to Australia also leads the reports in the latest issue of the nation’s oldest and only monarchist newspaper, Australian Constitutional Monarchy, which is posted to all financial supporters.

If you have not received yours, or want to help us in our work, just call us at the national office (02) 92512500.  ACM operates on a minimum budget, and all our accounts are audited and publicly accessible.

 

 

 

 
National Events Calendar 2009 Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Tuesday, 14 April 2009

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Monday, 20 April 2009 12 noon for 12.30pm, Sydney:

 Luncheon for The Queen’s 83rd Birthday. Speaker: the Hon. Dr Brendan Nelson MP.  Cello’s Restaurant, 169 Castlereagh Street. Cost $75. Bookings: ACM 02 92512500.  This will be an opportunity to thank Dr Nelson for his considerable work in the defence of the constitution and the flag.

Friday 29 April 2009, place to be prescribed:

Scheduled Public Hearing of the Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration inquiry into the Plebiscite for an Australian Republic Bill 2008. Details TBA.    


Sunday 3 May 2009 at 12 noon, Wangaratta:

Malcolm Browning, President of the ACM North Eastern Branch, Victoria invites you to a light luncheon to mark “The North East Revival”. The Bulls Head Hotel, 87 Murphy Street Wangaratta. Guest speaker, ACM State Convenor, Brett Hogan. Interstate and non members welcome. Cost $20, payable to Bulls Head Hotel, Drinks at bar prices. Please reply by Friday 24th April 2009 to Malcolm Browning, “Stewarton”, PO Box 162 Yarrawonga, Vic. 3730

Saturday, 9 May 2009 2pm-4pm Mornington Peninsula Branch, Victoria:

Address  “ The Way Forward” Professor David Flint. Details TBA.

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Wednesday, 3 June 2009 5.30pm, Sydney:

Launch of the ACM Education Project, The Crowned Republic by Australia’s leading broadcaster, Alan Jones.  The Jubilee Room, Parliament House.  Details TBA.

Thursday, 4 June 2009, Canberra:

Queen’s Birthday Lunch, Canberra Yacht Club. Speaker: Professor David Flint. Details TBA

Thursday 18 June 2009, 12noon for 12.30pm Hobart:

The Tasmanian Council for Commonwealth Societies Annual Queen's Birthday Luncheon at the Black Buffalo Hotel.  Cost $35 per person.  Bookings essential.  Individual or groups welcome.  Phone Reg Watson on 0409 975 587.

Tuesday 30 June 2009 12 Noon Sydney:

 Luncheon offered by the English Speaking Union (NSW Branch). Guests of Honour: Major General Michael Jeffery AC AO CVO MC and Mrs Marlena Jeffery. Major General Jeffery will speak on “Reminiscences of a Governor-General” Sir Stamford Hotel, 93 Macquarie Street. Cost $75 (members ESU $70) Phone Fax ESU 0292863111 (24 hour answering machine)

Friday to Sunday 23-25 October 2009 Gold Coast:

 11th National Conference since the referendum. Greenmount Beach Resort. Details TBA


  






  

 

 
 
Celebrating Affirmation Day: the Neville Bonner Oration. The 60th Birthday of The Prince of Wales Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Tuesday, 04 November 2008


 

In celebration of Affirmation Day, the 6th of November , 1999,  when the Australian people in all states affirmed their support for our indissoluble Federal Commonwealth under the Crown, and, in honour of the 60th Birthday of HRH The Prince of Wales,ACM has organised the following functions across the Commonwealth. 

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Thursday 6 November, 2008: Sydney

A Luncheon for Affirmation Day, the

9th Anniversary of the Referendum Victory,

and  

  the 60th Birthday of HRH The Prince of Wales.

Senator the Hon. George Brandis SC, Shadow Federal Attorney General

will deliver the 2008 Neville Bonner Oration

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[Neville Thomas Bonner AO (28 March 1922 - 5 February 1999)]

Time: Noon for 12.30pm.

Venue: New South Wales Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

Cost: $70.00 (Including GST) Dress: Lounge suit

RSVP: By 27th October 2008.

Thursday, 13 November, 2008: Sydney

A Celebration in honour of the 60th Birthday of the Prince of Wales.

A panel of outstanding young Australians will send messages to the Prince.

Drinks Party (cost by donation): 6pm-7.15 pm The Mitchell Theatre, Sydney School of Mechanics, L1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.

 

Thursday, 13 November, 2008: Sydney

A DInner in honour of the 60th Birthday of HRH The Prince of Wales ($85): 7.45 pm for 8.15 pm

The Union, University & Schools Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney.

 

Friday, 14 November , 2008: Hobart

 

AUSTRALIANS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY

 

in association with

 

THE COUNCIL OF THE UNITED COMMONWEALTH SOCIETIES OF TASMANIA

Invite members and their guests to attend a

 

LUNCHEON TO HONOUR THE BIRTHDAY OF

 

His Royal Highness Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales

 

With guest speaker Professor David Flint

A.C.M. National Convenor

 

VENUE: Drysdale House 59 Collins St. Hobart, 700. DRESS: Lounge suit or uniform Cost: $28. 00 PER PERSON FOR a set 3 COURSE MEAL

 

For all ACM enquiries please ph. 03 62489305.

 

Friday, 21 November, 2008: Brisbane

A Luncheon in Celebration of HRH Prince of Wales’ 60th Birthday 

 With guest speaker Professor David Flint, National Convenor of ACM 

Time: 12.00 p.m. for 12.30 p.m.

Venue: United Services Club, 183 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane.

RSVP: November 14th 2008.

Cost: $60 Per Person. (Includes GST)  

 

 

 

 

 
Events Calendar from 24 May 2008 Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Sunday, 25 May 2008

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  Queen's Birthday Lunches


 
Among the events on this calendar are luncheons which are graced by vice-regal attendance in both Sydney on 16 June and Hobart on 18 June, 2008. The ACT Branch is also having a lunch on Saturday 31 May 2008.

 

 ACM- ACT Queen’s Birthday Luncheon


The ACT & Region Branch of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy will hold a luncheon at the Canberra Yacht Club on Saturday 31 May 2008 to mark The Queen's Birthday. Members and guests welcome.


Alan Fitzgerald will deliver the address,  'Barons, Rebels & Romantics'.

The charge is $40 a head. Bookings by Wednesday 28 May to Hon. Secretary, Caroline Ross Smith,4 Malara Street, Waramanga ACT 2611. Tel. 6288 1809.


   Monday, 26 May, 2008.

University of Sydney, Main Campus: Public Information Forum. 5pm.  “Australia’s Constitutional Future.”
Edward Ford Building, Marjorie Oldfield Room. Sydney University Law Students Society.  Speaker: Professor David Flint

 

  Friday, 6 June, 2008

 

Brisbane, United Services Club, 183 Wickham Terrace. 12 for 1230pm.  Lunch.  Speaker: Professor David Flint:  “The New Political Situation: Defending the Constitution and the Flag."    


  Monday, 16 June, 2008

Sydney, Australia-Britain Society: Queen’s Birthday Luncheon Parliament House.   Her Excellency, The Governor of New South Wales, Professor Marie Bashir, and Sir Nicholas Shehadie.  Noon for 1230 pm. $70 ($65 A-B S members) Mr. Richard Nott, Chairman, Australia-Britain Society:  02 9449 7532


  Tuesday, 17 June, 2008


Coogee, in Sydney, ACM Kingsford Smith Branch: Meet Special Guest Councillor Scott Nash. At the Coogee Diggers Club-Coogee RSL, Carr and Byron Streets  Googee. At 7.30 pm for 8 pm. Dinner is avilable before in the Club Bistrot at 6 pm.



  Wednesday, 18 June 2008


Hobart. Queen’s Birthday Luncheon. 12 Noon for 12.30pm. His Excellency, the Hon PG Underwood, the Governor of Tasmania.  Black Buffalo Hotel Federal St (cnr Letitia St) North Hobart.
$35. Council of the United Commonwealth Societies of Tasmania. ACM enquiries 03 62489305

  

 

  Friday, 20 -22 June 2008 

 

Marlborough, New Zealand. The Vintner's Retreat. Blenheim. The Summer Sounds Symposium, now held on the southern winter solstice.   Key note speech, “Constitutional change in Australia and New Zealand?”  Speaker Professor David Flint.     [Details will shortly be posted on the symposium site, http://www.summersounds.co.nz. The Symposium is an annual meeting of minds from the scientific, academic, business, political and media communities founded in 1997 by Amy (Agnes-Mary) Brooke, columnist, critic, commentator and children's writer.]



  Sunday, 22 June, 2008

Hamilton, New South Wales.  2pm. Gallipoli Legion club in Beaumont Street. General Meeting of the ACM Newcastle Hunter Branch, followed by address by Thomas Flynn, Executive Director ACM


  Tuesday, 8 July, 2008


Sydney. Morning Tea, 1030 am, to be confirmed.  The Union Club, Bent Street. “Ready for the next  campaign”  Speaker: Professor David Flint.



  Thursday, 10 July, 2008


Canberra, Australian National University, 2.30pm Address: “Constitutional monarchy and the current debate regarding a republic.” Professor David Flint



  Friday 22 - Sunday 24 August, 2008

 

North Sydney, NSW.  Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154 Information: [email protected] Web: www.samuelgriffith.org.au    

 

  Friday, Saturday, Sunday ( optional excursions) 19-21 September, 2008:  

 

Perth, Western Australia, ACM National Conference at the Hotel Northbridge, Northbridge WA.  

 

  Thursday, 6 November, 2008:

 

 Affirmation Day, TBA The Ninth Anniversary of the 1999 Referendum. TBA 

 

   Friday, 14 November, 2008:

 

  The Birthday of the Prince of Wales, TBA          

 

 

 
National Events as at 22 April, 2008 Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Sunday, 20 April 2008

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  Monday, 28th April 2008

 Melbourne,  12noon for 12.30pm, lunch, The Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, Melbourne (located off Russell Street between Little Collins and Bourke Streets) ,cost:$55. Speaker, Professor David Flint: “2008 and Beyond – The Way Ahead”  

 Thursday, 1 May, 2008 

Canberra, 9am – 5.15pm, Roundtable on Constitutional Reform.  Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.   Parliament House, Committee Room 1R4. 

  Thursday, 1May, 2008

 Sydney, NSW, The Pittwater School, Great Hall. Royal Society of St. George. Dinner. St.George’s Day. Speaker: Professor David Flint : " 320 Glorious Years."  

  Friday, 16 May, 2008 

Sydney, NSW, Reception, 6-730pm. Sydney-Portsmouth Sister City Committee. Lord Mayor’s Reception Room. Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street, Sydney.  The 221st Anniversary of the Sailing of the First Fleet from Portsmouth on 13 May 1787. Hosted by Councillor Phillip Black. Guest Speaker:   Richard J Tanner: "The First Fleet and the Re-Enactment First Fleet. Some Historical Parallels and Differences.”     

   Friday, 6 June, 2008 

Brisbane, United Services Club, 183 Wickham Terrace. 12 for 1230pm.  Lunch. “Defending the Constitution and the Flag in the  new political situation.”  Speaker: Professor David Flint:  “The New Political  Situation: Defending the Constitution and the Flag."  A Power Point presentation.    

  Friday, 20 -22 June 2008 
 

Marlborough, New Zealand. The Vintner's Retreat. Blenheim. The Summer Sounds Symposium, now held on the southern winter solstice.   Key note speech, “Constitutional change in Australia and New Zealand?”  Speaker Professor David Flint.     [Details will shortly be posted on the symposium site, http://www.summersounds.co.nz. The Symposium is an annual meeting of minds from the scientific, academic, business, political and media communities founded in 1997 by Amy (Agnes-Mary) Brooke, columnist, critic, commentator and children's writer.] 

  Friday 22-Sunday 24 August, 2008

North Sydney, NSW.  Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154 Information: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : www.samuelgriffith.org.au    

  Friday, Saturday, 19-20 September, 2008:
  

ACM National Conference at the Hotel Northbridge in Northbridge (Perth) Western Australia.

  Thursday, 6 November, 2008: 

 Affirmation Day, TBA The Ninth Anniversary of the 1999 Referendum. TBA  

   Friday, 14 November, 2008:

  The Birthday of the Prince of Wales, TBA          

 
National Events Diary as at 11 April, 2008 Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Friday, 11 April 2008

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  Tuesday 15th April 2008  

 Sydney, NSW: 11am for 1130am The Kingsford Smith Branch meets at  the  Coogee Diggers Club - Coogee RSL, Carr/Byron Streets, Coogee.  

Conversation with Barry Collins O.A.M. recently returned from the USA, where he met Hilary Clinton during the election primaries.  Barry has served in the Police, the Army & has many community interests. Visitors are invited to stay for lunch, if they wish. RSVP: Margaret 9665 3512; Rosemary 9398 3773; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  

  Tuesday, 15 April, 2008 
  

 Sydney, NSW: 715pm Dinner La Tavola, 16 Falcon St, Crows Nest. The Northern Suburbs Liberal Club. 

Speaker: Professor David Flint: “A republic? Not inevitable...and certainly not likely!” 

  Rrsvp by 9 April  to Marilyn Mackenzie-Cameron 0402 118 059 or email to Richard Rawle via This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . $40 per head for two course meal including wine. Cash/chq on the evening.   

Sunday 20 April, 2008 

 
Collingrove Homestead, South Australia, 6 K from Angaston, Barossa Valley. From noon.The Queen’s 82nd Birthday. Country Barbecue, entertainment including Australian Light horse, English Folk Singers, Scottish Piper and dancer.

Adults,$15, under13 $5, preschoolers, free. In recogntion of 60years of the Land Rover, if you bring and display yours, free for the driver.  Transport available.

Contact Rob Carter, phone (w) 83 49 62 55 (h) 83 89 15 18
 
 

 
Monday, 21 April, 2008: The Queen's Birthday
 


Sydney, 12noon for 1230PM, Luncheon, Parliament House, The Queen’s Birthday, Speaker : The Hon. Alexander Downer: " "Republicanism in Australia."



  Monday, 28th April 2008
 

Melbourne,  12noon for 12.30pm, lunch, The Kelvin Club, Melbourne Place, Melbourne (located off Russell Street between Little Collins and Bourke Streets) ,cost:$55. Speaker, Professor David Flint: “2008 and Beyond – The Way Ahead”
 


 Thursday, 1 May, 2008

Canberra, 9am – 5.15pm, Roundtable on Constitutional Reform.  Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs.   Parliament House, Committee Room 1R4.


  Thursday, 1May, 2008

Sydney, NSW, The Pittwater School, Great Hall. Royal Society of St. George. Dinner. St.George’s Day. Speaker: Professor David Flint : " 320 Glorious Years."


  Friday, 6 June, 2008

Brisbane, United Services Club , 183 Wickham Terrace. 12 for 1230pm.  Lunch. “ Defending the Constitution and the Flag in the  new political situation.”  Speaker: Professor David Flint:  “ The New Political  Situation: Defending the Constitution and the Flag."  A Power Point presentation.



Friday, 20 -22 June 2008 

  
Marlborough, New Zealand. The Vintner's Retreat. Blenheim. The Summer Sounds Symposium, now held on the southern winter solstice.   Key note speech, “Constitutional change in Australia and New Zealand?”  Speaker Professor David Flint.   

[Details will shortly be posted on the symposium site, http://www.summersounds.co.nz. The Symposium is an annual meeting of minds from the scientific, academic, business, political and media communities founded in 1997 by Amy (Agnes-Mary) Brooke, columnist, critic, commentator and children's writer.]

  Friday 22-Sunday 24 August, 2008 

North Sydney, NSW.  Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154 Information: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : www.samuelgriffith.org.au 

   Friday, Saturday, 19-20 September, 2008: 

ACM National Conference at the Hotel Northbridge in Northbridge (Perth) Western Australia.  

   
Thursday, 6 November, 2008:  

Affirmation Day, TBA The Ninth Anniversary of the 1999 Referendum. TBA 

 
 Friday, 14 November, 2008:  The Birthday of the Prince of Wales, TBA           

 

 
Events for 2008 as at 30 March Print E-mail
Written by ACM   
Thursday, 27 March 2008
Sunday, 30 March,2008

Sydney, 9am 2RJD FM 88.1 and other community radio stations. Immediately after Macquarie Radio News. "Kaleidoscope":  Comperes George and Felicity interview Professor David Flint.

Tuesday 15th April 2008

 Sydney, NSW: 11am for 1130am The Kingsford Smith Branch meets at  the  Coogee Diggers Club - Coogee RSL, Carr/Byron Streets, Coogee.

Conversation with Barry Collins O.A.M. recently returned from the USA, where he met Hilary Clinton during the election primaries.  Barry has served in the Police, the Army & has many community interests. Visitors are invited to stay for lunch, if they wish. RSVP: Margaret 9665 3512; Rosemary 9398 3773; This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


Tuesday, 15 April, 2008 
 

 Sydney, NSW: 715pm Dinner La Tavola, 16 Falcon St, Crows Nest. The Northern Suburbs Liberal Club.

 

“A republic? Not inevitable...and certainly not likely!” Speaker: Professor David Flint.  Rrsvp by 9 April  to Marilyn Mackenzie-Cameron 0402 118 059 or email to Richard Rawle via This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it $40 per head for two course meal including wine. Cash/chq on the evening.

   Sunday 20 April, 2008  

Collingrove Homestead, South Australia, 6 K from Angaston, Barossa Valley. From noon.The Queen’s 82nd Birthday. Country Barbecue, entertainment including Australian Light horse, English Folk Singers, Scottish Piper and dancer. Adults,$15, under13 $5, preschoolers, free. In recogntion of 60years of the Land Rover, if you bring and display yours, free for the driver.  Transport available. Contact Rob Carter, phone (w) 83 49 62 55 (h) 83 89 15 18

   Monday, 21 April, 2008: The Queen's Birthday 

Sydney, 12noon for 1230PM, Luncheon, Parliament House, The Queen’s Birthday, Speaker : The Hon. Alexander Downer: " "Republicanism in Australia."

 Thursday, 1May, 2008  

Sydney, NSW, The Pittwater School, Great Hall. Dinner. St.George’sDay. Speaker: Professor David Flint 

 Friday, 20 -22 June 2008   

Marlborough, New Zealand. The Vintner's Retreat. Blenheim. The Summer Sounds Symposium, now held on the southern winter solstice.   Key note speech, “Constitutional change in Australia and New Zealand?”  Speaker Professor David Flint.

 

[Details will shortly be posted on the symposium site, http://www.summersounds.co.nz. The Symposium is an annual meeting of minds from the scientific, academic, business, political and media communities founded in 1997 by Amy (Agnes-Mary) Brooke, columnist, critic, commentator and children's writer.]

 Friday 22-Sunday 24 August, 2008   

North Sydney, NSW.  Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154

Information: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Web: www.samuelgriffith.org.au 

  Friday, Saturday, 19-20 September, 2008:  

Friday 22-Sunday 24 August, 2008 

North Sydney, NSW.  Upholding the Australian Constitution. The Samuel Griffiths Society, 20th Conference. Rydges Hotel, 54 McLaren Street, North Sydney, (02) 9922 131154 Information: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it : www.samuelgriffith.org.au 

   Friday, Saturday, 19-20 September, 2008: 

ACM National Conference at the Hotel Northbridge in Northbridge (Perth) Western Australia.  

   
Thursday, 6 November, 2008: 

  Thursday, 6 November, 2008:  

Affirmation Day, TBA The Ninth Anniversary of the 1999 Referendum. TBA

 Friday, 14 November, 2008: 

The Birthday of the Prince of Wales, TBA        

 
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