Our visit to the New Zealand Parliament (aka The Beehive) in Wellington on Thursday 27th of July
James O’Donnell, Kim Lovegrove and Nick Bell-Booth of Ponsonby Law Auckland attended a function at the Beehive hosted by the Hon. Judith Collins, Minister for Energy & Resources, Revenue and Ethnic Communities on the 27th of July. Her Honour, an old friend of both Kim and Nick very kindly gave James, Kim and Nick medallions. It was the first time James visited New Zealand, and he was both delighted and honoured to be afforded such kindness by her Honour. Judith is featured standing between Kim and James at her offices in the Beehive. Nick, who used to be a COO at Lovegrove & Cotton, is a very old friend and used to play rugby with Judith’s Husband David Wong Tong.
The Challenger Medallion
From left to right: Nick Bellbooth, Kim Lovegrove, Hon. Judith Collins, and James O’Donnell
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