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Newsmaker - Robert Sewell

The results of the Cooperative Bulk Handling group director elections for the Kwinana, Geraldton and Albany zones have been finalised with chairman Robert Sewell (above) retaining his seat by the barest of margins, winning 50.9 per cent of the vote. Deputy chairman Tony Critch and director Wally Newman have also retained their seats in the Geraldton and Albany zones respectively. The directors were campaigning for re-election based on CBH becoming a corporatised entity. Opponent to the proposal Derek Clauson, a former oil industry executive, was running against Mr Sewell. According to CBH, 60 per cent of growers in each of the Kwinana, Geraldton and Albany zones voted in this year’s elections.

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