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Ministers Media Diaries, Week Beginning 11 Sep

Media diaries for the week beginning 11 September 2000 for: Michal Cullen – Jim Sutton – Trevor Mallard – Pete Hodgson – Tariana Turia – Mark Gosche

|Hon Michael Cullen's diary - September 11 to 17

Monday
Singapore to Melbourne.

Tuesday
Address to the Economist Intelligence Unit CEO Forum Breakfast,
[speech
notes will be circulated.]

Attend Asia Pacific Economic Summit. Guest only, will not
be
speaking.

Thursday
Attend lock-up for the Crown Financial Statements, 1999-2000.

Hon Jim Sutton's Diary


speech to MIA annual meeting


speech to Dairy Board annual meeting

represent Government at Chile National Day

Thursday, 14 September
brief select committee on Singapore CEP agreement,

Friday, 15 September meet French Agriculture Minister Jean
Glavany

Media conference at 5.15pm


Saturday, 16 September in Auckland with Mr Glavany

Trevor Mallard Media Diary: 11 – 17 September 2000


Tuesday 12 September


Speech and presentation of study award
Wellington Primary Principals Association

Thursday 14 September

Travel to Sydney to attend the 2000 Olympics


Pete Hodgson Diary to 17 September 2000


Correction: Friday's speech is in Dunedin, not Auckland as advised earlier.

Thursday, 14 September
Address Auckland Environmental Business Network: Strategies for NZ Business on Climate Change. Speech notes will be distributed.

Present (Foundation for Research, Science and Technology) Technology Commendation Award to Sullivan & Haddon Group.

Attend presentation of Waitakere City Economic Development Strategy.

Address Importers Institute general meeting and conference: The Government's role in economic development. Speech notes will be distributed.

Friday, 15 September 2000
Address Maritime Seafood Educators Association of Aotearoa conference, Dunedin. Speech notes will be distributed.

Visit Sealords factory

Sunday, 17 September
Attend Battle of Britain Commemoration Service.

Tariana Turia Media diary for week ending 15 September 2000

Thursday 14 September 2000

Keynote speaker to New Zealand Council of Social Services conference

Friday 15 September 2000

Speak to Masters Education Class, 'Maori education for the future'.


Mark Goshe Media Diary 11 September – 17 September 2000

Monday, 11 September, 2000

Keep New Zealand Highways Clean
Handing out free car litter bags to motorists with Hon Hobbs and Hon Bunkle as run up to Clean Up New Zealand Week and New Zealand Highway Cleanup Day.

Friday 15 September, 2000

Trip to Napier and Hastings

Meet Hastings Mayor Jeremy Dwyer

Visit Housing New Zealand Hastings Neighbourhood Unit - Hastings and Napier Staff

Visit Pacific Island Resource Centre


Visit Kahungunu Housing Project

Meet Napier Mayor, Alan Dick

Hawkes Bay Pacific Post Budget Closing the Gaps Fono


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