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Men 'After 5' inspired by the wildly popular 'Bubbles After 5'

"The road ahead may be challenging, but essential for New Zealand's progress."
24 Apr 2024
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After 5 attendees - Evans Chogumaira, Andrew McFetridge and Andrew
After 5 attendees - Evans Chogumaira, Andrew McFetridge and Andrew

An evening of camaraderie and conversation, the 'After 5' networking event for the men of St Paul's brought together 120 attendees to share ideas and forge new connections.   

The highlight of the evening was a refreshingly honest and thought-provoking talk by renowned New Zealand economist Cameron Bagie. He offered a candid assessment of the New Zealand economy and education system, reminding everyone, "The road ahead may be challenging, but essential for New Zealand's progress."

Adding a splash of fun to the evening, local brewer Good George conducted a whisky-tasting session, giving the men a chance to enjoy some fine spirits and learn a bit about the art of whisky making.

The evening raised $6,100 in support of St Paul's students and the Futures Fund. Thank you to all who attended. 

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