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Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 30, No. 5. 1967.

Harlow decides against action

Harlow decides against action

Salient Reporter

Mr. Harlow will not bring an action against Neil Woodhams and the Students Association.

A settlement has been reached between the parties.

The Monday after the last issue Mr. Harlow arrived in Wellington from New Plymouth and discussions with Messrs, Rennie (acting-President) and Neil Woodhams (publications officer) were held.

On concluding, Mr. Rennie released the following statement.

I Have discussed Salient's article, "Defamation Charge is Coming" with Mr. Harlow, Mr. Woodhams, and the editors of Salient, Messrs, Curry and Saunders.

I am satisfied that there never were any defamatory statements made, and I accept Mr. Harlow's explanation that his statement to Salient was based on a misunderstanding of the position.

Mr. Harlow has made a full apology to Mr. Woodhams, and I understand both parties have amicably agreed to regard the matter finished.

In connection with the advertising differences between the Association and Harlow Advertising Services, a settlement has been reached which is completely acceptable to all parties.

H. B. Rennie,

Acting President.

Mr. Harlow has written to Salient explaining his position.