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Media Diary And Advisory - Matt Robson

Hon Matt Robson
Minister of Corrections, Minister for Courts
Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control
Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Diary: Tuesday 11thth April – Friday 14th April

Tues. 11th April
3.30pm Key note speech at Oceanic Regional Heads of Prisons Meeting, Hawkes Bay Prison, Bridge Pa Rd, Hastings.

News Advisory: 10th April 2000

Minister of Corrections, Matt Robson will deliver a key note speech at the Oceanic Regional Heads Of Prisons, meeting at Hawkes Bay Prison tomorrow. The Conference is a chance for heads of prisons from countries across the Pacific to gather together and discuss and resolve issues of common interest. 13 countries will be represented. The two key themes of the meeting are professional training and development, and the management of indigenous inmates.

Wed. 12th April
9.30am Minister to visit Napier Library to view the 'Robson' Restorative Justice Collection, Lyndon Rd.

Thurs. 13th April
10.30am Courtesy call by Russian Ambassador, Amb. Shabannikov

11.00am Treaty of Waitangi Hui, TPK head office, Wellington

3pm Meetings with NGOs re East Timor

Fri. 14th April
9am Opening of new Community Probation Service Centre, 3 Poto St. Whangarei

10.45am Visit to CPS servicing office at Whangarei Court

11.15am Visit to 2 Periodic Detention projects

Further comment:
Josie Harbutt, press sec. 025 5888 60 (04) 470 6676

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