Join us and our guest speaker broadcaster, journalist and writer Alison Mau for a fabulous 3 course luncheon. Enjoy a glass of bubbles on arrival and a 3 course meal overlooking the ocean at The Boardwalk.
We have an exciting selection of donated items for great spot prizes. We guarantee you will have an afternoon full of fun and inspiration. You will leave feeling like you have had a delicious lunch, complimentary drink having made a donation to Breast Cancer New Zealand and have hopefully walked away with a wonderful prize!
Book your tickets now and why not invite your friends or family along too. Don’t forget to dig out some pink items from your wardrobe to include in your outfit!
Alison (Ali) Mau is a broadcaster, journalist and author with 35 years experience in television, radio and print news and current affairs, starting out aged just 18 for the Warracknabeal Herald in Victoria, Australia.
Following a brief stint in London she then moved to NZ and was employed by TVNZ. Her first television appearance was on the business-related current affairs show Made in New Zealand, and later presented late night current affairs programs Eyewitness and Newsnight.
Ali has worked as a television news anchor and co-host of the TVNZ current affairs Seven Sharp. She is former co-presenter of the consumer affairs show Fair Go, former co-host of TVNZ Breakfast programme and former talkback radio host on RadioLIVE.
She writes for the Sunday Star Times weekend newspaper and Stuff.co.nz and in February 2018 launched the national #metooNZ project with Stuff, leading a team investigating sexual harassment in New Zealand workplaces.
In November 2018, Ali was awarded the Fairfax Women of Influence Award for Leadership Excellence at a ceremony in Sydney, Australia. The awards celebrate those who have made a real difference in their communities, locally and nationally.
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