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Thursday 25 February 13:30

Vice President's Speech at Chamber Lunch 25th February 2016 › read more

Thursday 21 January 09:42

President's Speech at Chamber Lunch 20th January 2016 › read more

Friday 8 January 12:14

Chamber News – A New Look To Your Monthly Newsletter. › read more

Monday 21 December 09:42

Mark Boleat addressed the Chamber Lunch in December. › read more

Friday 11 December 08:11

President, Kristina Le Feuvre, delivered Chamber's Christmas 'Wish List' at our December lunch - read her address here: › read more

Wednesday 25 November 12:46

Chamber Comment – Week Commencing Monday, 23rd November, 2015. › read more

Friday 20 November 08:59

Senator Maclean addressed a packed Chamber Lunch. › read more

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