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Minister’s Diaries

Michael Cullen – Jim Sutton - Trevor Mallard – Pete Hodgson – Paul Swain

Michael Cullen's diary

Office of Hon Dr Michael Cullen
Cullen's diary - August 28 to September 3

Monday
Open Transitional Living Unit, ISIS Centre, Healthcare Otago

Address to Castle St Branch, Labour Party on the Knowledge
Economy,

Tuesday
site visit ACC Business Service Centre

Wednesday
site visit, Glidepath Engineering

visit to Waitakere City Council Chambers

Address Annual Dinner, Export Institute of New Zealand,

Thursday
Address to Northern Chamber of Commerce,


Address to Napier Family Centre AGM


Jim Sutton's week


Week ending Sunday September 3, 2000

Monday August 28 - MAF : IMA/Dairy Exports launch


Tuesday August 29 - press conference to preview CER
ministerial
meeting

Wednesday August 30 - CER ministerial meeting with Hon
Mark
Vaile,


Thursday August 31 - CER ministerial Media conference

Sunday September 3 - depart to South East Asia (back Thursday
September 7)

Hon Trevor Mallard Media Diary

Media Diary – 28 August 2000 to 3 September 2000

Tuesday 29 August – Wellington

Speech to mark the launch of the New Zealand high performance sports centres,
Speech notes will be available

Wednesday 30 August – Auckland

Speech at Auckland Primary Principals' Association meeting
Speech notes will be available.

Speech at the Auckland School Trustees AGM,
Speech notes will be available.

Thursday 31 August – Christchurch

Speech to the TEFANZ Conference,
Speech notes will be available.

Friday 1 September - Wellington

Visit to Wainuiomata School, Homedale Road

Sunday 3 September – Wellington

Attend training session of Gt Britain and Ireland rugby league
Team at St Bernard's College


Pete Hodgson Media Diary

Diary to 3 September 2000

Monday, 28 August
Reception for Youth Parliamentarians

Tuesday, 29 August
Lunch with Youth MPs,

Wednesday, 30 August
Speak to Marine Sciences Society Conference, Speech notes will be distributed.


Paul Swain Media Diary


Swain diary for 28 August – 2 September 2000

Monday 28 August
Youth Parliament

Tuesday 29 August
"Growing and sustaining a prosperous Economy"
Upper Hutt City Council
Brief address

Wednesday 30 August
Electorate - am

Auckland - pm

Thursday 31 August
Auckland

Friday 1 September
Electorate

Saturday 2 September
Electorate

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