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Ministerial Media Diaries – 21 August

Ministerial Media Diaries – 21 August

This week’s Ministerial diaries received so far: Jim Sutton, Phillida Bunkle, Mark Gosche, Trevor Mallard, Pete Hodgson, Michael Cullen…


Hon Jim Sutton

Week ending Sunday August 27, 2000


Acting Foreign Minister all week


Thursday August 24 - speech to Grape Growers
Conference,
Nelson

- 8pm - speech to Australia-New Zealand
Business Council,
Auckland

Hon. Phillida Bunkle

Media Diary week ending Sunday, 27 August 2000

Friday 25 August

2000 Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ (ECO) Conference
"Navigating the political environment in an open society"


Saturday 26 August

Opening Address to Textile Institute Annual Conference
"Small Business Opportunities".


Hon. Mark Gosche

Media Diary 21 August – 26 August 2000

Monday, 21 August 2000

Maungakiekie Community Meeting


Wednesday, 23 August 2000

Address Board of Airline Representatives New Zealand Inc.


Thursday, 24 August 2000

Meet with Auckland-based Pacific radio and television media


Friday, 25 August 2000

11am - 11:30 am Weekly Radio 531PI talkback session


Attend a Zone 5 and 6 [South Island] meeting of Local Government New Zealand and address those attending (closed meeting)

Friday, 25 August 2000 (cont.)


Dunedin Pacific Post Budget Pacific Community Fono


Saturday, 26 August 2000

Invitation to launch the Computers in Homes in Panmure


Hon. Trevor Mallard

Media Diary – 21-27 August 2000

Wednesday 23 August – Palmerston North

Speech to Early Childhood Professional Development Open Forum
Speechnotes will be available


Thursday 24 August – Palmerston North

Joint ICANZ/Vision Manawatu Business Breakfast Meeting

Attend the New Zealand Secondary Schoolgirls 'Federation Cup' Hockey Tournament and the Lower North Island Secondary School Netball Tournament.

Friday 25 August - Wellington

Open Waiwhetu School new library

Open Newlands School new administration area

Sunday 27 August – Wellington

Open new Seahorse Deck at East Harbour Kindergarten


Hon. Pete Hodgson

Diary to 27 August 2000

Wednesday, 23 August
Speak at Capital Business Show, Wellington, on "Transforming the NZ Economy". Speech notes will be distributed.

Present Science Medals for Royal Society of New Zealand, Beehive Banquet Hall.

Friday, 25 August
Launch Window Efficiency Rating Scheme at Windows Association

Sunday, 27 August
Attend reception for NZ Universities Debating Championships,

Michael Cullen

Diary - August 21 to 27


Tuesday
Address to Public Sector Finance 4th Annual Forum, Wellington.

Wednesday
Short address on the Role of a Cabinet Minister to a function of the New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust,

Thursday
Address on 'The Policy Programme from Here,' Business to Business Show, , Westpac Trust Stadium, Wellington.

Official luncheon for HE Mr Tadao Chino, President ADB,

Sunday
Opening Address to the New Zealand Businesses for Social Responsibility 2000 Conference,

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