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Dates and places for Nandor's campus tour

Dates and places for Nandor Tanzsos's campus tour

Mon 21 Feb - Speech at Lincoln University on cannabis decriminalisation, 1pm.

Tue 22 Feb - Speech at Otago University - subject to be confirmed, 12.30pm. Stall at Otago University 12 - 3pm.

Wed 23 Feb - Parliament all day.

Thu 24 Feb - Stall at Lincoln University, 11am - 3pm.

Fri 25 Feb - Stall at Massey University, 11am - 3pm.

Mon 28 Feb - Speech at launch of Auckland University of Technology orientation week, 1pm.

Tue 29 Feb - Stall at Victoria University, 10.30am - 2pm. Guest speaker at Victoria University Great Debate, 6pm.

Wed 1 Mar - Stall at Auckland University.

Thu 2 Mar - Speech at Christchurch Polytech, 12pm. Visit to Natural Housing Company, 2pm. Fri 3 Mar - Stall at Auckland University of Technology, 12 - 4pm.

Mon 6 Mar - Caucus Retreat.

Tue 7 Mar - Caucus Retreat.

Wed 8 Mar - Speech on cannabis decriminalisation at Waikato University, 1 - 2pm.

Thu 9 Mar - Day of locally arranged activities in the Waikato.

Thu 16 Mar - Speech at Hawkes Bay EIT. Time, subject to be confirmed.

This schedule is in skeleton form only. Nandor will be conducting a series of media interviews and will be involved with a number of locally organised events during this time. More appointments may be added. Requests for media interviews and all inquiries to Jonathan Hill. Phone 04 470 6719 or 021 212 0642.


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