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== Background ==
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After the formation o fthe orginal New Zealand Section,&nbsp;in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the<br>executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island&nbsp;NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a subsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section.<br>In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections.
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After the formation o fthe orginal New Zealand Section,&nbsp;in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island&nbsp;NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a&nbsp; ubsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section.<br>In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections.
  
 
== Section Officers ==
 
== Section Officers ==

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Background

After the formation o fthe orginal New Zealand Section, in 1975 Robin Harrington of Christchurch approached the executive of the NZ IEEE Section with a proposal that a South Island NZ Section of the IEEE be established. The proposal could not proceed at the time because there were fewer than 50 members in the South Island. At a  ubsequent election of officers Robin Harrington became Vice Chairman of the existing New Zealand Section.
In 1978 he put forward a first petition for a South Island Section. This petition was finally approved in 1979 after a boundary adjustment which divided the New Zealand membership into North and South sections.

Section Officers

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