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Dear Racing Industry participant,

 

Please find attached a letter from Hon Nathan Guy, Minister for Racing, inviting nominations for one independent member position on the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) governing body. Nominees should have:

 

  • a good knowledge of, or experience in, the racing industry;
  • legal experience and qualifications; and/or
  • experience in business, marketing or economics.

 

Nominations should be submitted to the following address by 28 February 2017.

 

Racing Private Secretary

Office of Hon Nathan Guy

Parliament Buildings

WELLINGTON

 

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Anyone know what the pay is ?  I might have a crack.

After all I already go to heaps of race meetings and drink and eat and gamble all day. 

This way I get the food and drinks for free and a bit of play money to help the punting.

Doesn't seem to be any work required is there ?:ph34r:

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2 hours ago, chelseacol said:

Anyone know what the pay is ?  I might have a crack.

After all I already go to heaps of race meetings and drink and eat and gamble all day. 

This way I get the food and drinks for free and a bit of play money to help the punting.

Doesn't seem to be any work required is there ?:ph34r:

Think you are over qualified if you know which end of the horse the tucker is poked into Chelseacol.  

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Would have thought another lawyer was the last thing they needed, with all due respect to Rumpole and his ilk. Here's a concept: How about looking for someone with some knowledge/experience in the GAMING INDUSTRY while turnover continues to descend at min-numbing pace. 

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16 minutes ago, Phantom said:

Would have thought another lawyer was the last thing they needed, with all due respect to Rumpole and his ilk. Here's a concept: How about looking for someone with some knowledge/experience in the GAMING INDUSTRY while turnover continues to descend at min-numbing pace. 

That's an intriguing idea but I think it's too sensible for words. It beggars belief that we have a board running a wagering organisation that has no wagering expertise on it at all. You'd think that would be a core requirement for the bulk of the board, at least the independent members. It's insane and the results prove it.

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