Pat Kelly (trade unionist)
Kelly emigrated from Liverpool to New Zealand in 1954. He was an official of the Drivers' Union, a secretary of the Cleaners' and Caretakers' Union and president of the Wellington Trades Council during his career. He was also active in the anti-Vietnam War, anti-apartheid, anti-nuclear, and peace movements.
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