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National Campaign Blast – Monday 5th August 2013

Windsor Hotel2Dear Members,

With great excitement we wish to bring to your attention that Rise Up Australia Party will be having its National Campaign Blast at the Windsor Hotel in Melbourne at 111 Spring Street on 5th Aug 2013 from 11am to 1pm.

This is your opportunity to meet with the 52 lower house and 12 upper house candidates and talk to them one on one.

RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah will also share the short and long term vision and plans for Australia in his speech, as well as announce some of the major policies of the Party.
The event will be live webcast throughout Australia and the world for those of you unable to attend.

There will be a $15 entrance fee and this includes coffee and cake afterwards. During the coffee break you will have the opportunity to mingle with the candidates and have photos taken with them. Read more »

Rise Up Australia Party to contest Mallee

The Wimmera Mail – Times Horsham – By ERIN McFADDEN – April 8, 2013
Wimerra Mail - Times Horsham
THE Rise Up Australia Party will contest the seat of Mallee at the federal election on September 14. Candidate and Mildura resident Tim Middleton will stand against candidates from the Nationals, the Australian Labor Party, the Greens and the Katter’s Australian Party. The Liberal Party has not yet revealed whether it will contest the seat.
Rise Up Australia president Daniel Nalliah is touring Australia ahead of the election and will be in Horsham on April 21.

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Controversial party to meet in Bunbury
Controversial party to meet in BunburyPastor Danny Nalliah

Controversial Christian political party Rise Up Australia and its outspoken national leader Daniel Nalliah will be at the Bunbury Bowling Club this Saturday as part of a regional tour ahead of the Federal election.

The patriotic, flag-waving party aims to “Keep Australia Australian” and has set its eyes on Senate seats in September’s election.

WA president and senate candidate Jane Foreman said the new political party already had members in and around Bunbury.

“Political correctness is eroding the freedom and Aussie way of life we enjoy – freedom of speech, freedom of religion,” Mrs Foreman said.

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Foreman announced as Rise Up president
Jane ForemanJane Foreman

Prominent Geraldton Christian identity Jane Foreman has been elected WA president and Senate candidate in the next Federal election for the Rise Up Australia Party.

Mrs Foreman will host Rise Up Australia Party national president Daniel Nalliah, a controversial Sri Lankan-born Pastor of Catch the Fire Ministries, in Geraldton at a launch function tomorrow. Read more »

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