ABOUT THE NRRC
The NRRC was established in 1989. As a National Council it is of itself not a decision making body but rather a governance body who, through the member Clubs, provides a voice for the breed to the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC - the governing body for purebred dogs in Australia) and coordinates NRRC projects and activities.
The actions of the NRRC are created and guided by motions submitted by the member Clubs.
The committee is made up of:
The President is selected by a member Club/s of which they are a member. The president serves a 2 year term and cannot serve consecutive terms. The position of President rotates through all the affiliated member clubs - Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, West Australia.
The Secretary serves a 2 year term but may serve consecutive terms. Nominations for Secretary are accepted bi-annually at the annual general meeting.
Each Club is required to put forward a Delegate who acts as a conduit of their member Club's tender of motions and decisions on motions tendered by other Clubs.
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