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Media Diary: Steve Maharey

Hon Steve Maharey
Minister of Social Services and Employment
Associate Minister of Education (Tertiary Education)
Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector
MP for Palmerston North

Media diary for the week ending 16 April 2000


Wednesday, 12 April 2000
10am-12.15pm launch of Hamilton Family Start
location: Waikato Christian Social Services Village,
100 Morrinsville Road, Hamilton

1.15-2pm Waikato Students' Union political forum
location: Student Union Building, Gate1, Knighton Road,
Hamilton

Thursday, 13 April 2000
10.30-12pm Minister and Hon Burton, Minister of Defence, to meet with the
Palmerston North Defence Cluster representatives to discuss
current issues
location: Ground Floor, Steeple Restaurant, Palmerston North
(Hon Burton will make any statements which flow from this
meeting)

Friday, 14 April 2000
8.30-10.15am panel discussion , followed by Q&A at the New Zealand Family
and Foster Care Federation Annual Conference
location: Airport Hotel, Kilbirnie, Wellington

10.30-10.45am short address to the Wellink Employment Expo on services in
the wider Wellington area for mental health consumers
location: St John's Church Conference Centre, Willis Street,
Wellington


ENDS

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