Labrador Morning | Feb 18, 2013 | 5:05

Combined Councils Delay

It takes months of planning for the Combined Council of Labrador to prepare for their annual February meetings. This year the AGM had to be moved back by 2 whole months, following confusion with hotel bookings. Jenny Mccarthy spoke to Council Chair, Nat Morris about what's been happening.

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