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Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship Awards

To date, nearly 900 New Zealanders have been Churchill Fellows, travelling overseas to further their knowledge in an incredibly diverse range of fields. The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust was established in the 1960s, with fellowships awarded to people whose research will have practical outcomes, and result in a report on their findings on their return to New Zealand. From this year onwards, Churchill Fellows will be able to write CF after their names.

Phil Squire, representing the 25 Fellows at today's ceremony, spoke about his research trip to Germany and the UK to look at urban sustainability measures that might be implemented in New Zealand.

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