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ERB – Future Seminar Dates and Times

Sunday 30th Apr 2000
Media Release -- Economy

Employment Relations Bill – Future Seminar Dates and Times

Mon 1 May Hon Richard Prebble 730 Dunedin – breakfast. Heritage Room, Southern Cross Hotel, Princes Street then 2.15 Invercargill. Kelvin Hotel, Kelvin Street

Dr Muriel Newman 5 pm Whangarei. Quality Hotel; Riverside Drive.

Tues 2 May Hon Ken Shirley 3pm Nelson. Riwaka Room, Rutherford Hotel, Trafalgar Square

Wed 3 May Hon Richard Prebble 7.30am Tauranga – breakfast meeting. The Gallery Room Armitage Hotel, 9 Willow Street then 11.30am – meeting in Rotorua. Mansfield Room Royal Lakeside Novotel Rotorua then 3 pm Taupo meeting. Rimu Room Great Lake Centre

Wed 10 May Penny Webster 7pm Orewa. Puriri Park, 290 Centreway Road

Thurs 11 May Penny Webster 9 am Allenby Park Motor Inn 477 Great South Road Papatoetoe

Richard Prebble 730am Waikanae/ Paraparaumu Southwards Car Museum, Otaihanga Rd then 10 15am Freyberg Lounge. Cnr Queen & Chamberlain Sts, Levin then 2 pm Commerce House, Main Street Wanganui then 5 pm Camelot Motor Lodge 295 Fergusson Street, Palmerston North

Fri 12 May Hon Richard Prebble 730am Angus Inn – Railway Avenue Hastings then 3.00pm Cody Lounge Masterton Town Hall Masterton ENDS For further information contact: John Bishop on 04 470 6615 or email john.bishop@parliament.govt.nz

For more information visit ACT online at http://www.act.org.nz or contact the ACT Parliamentary Office at act@parliament.govt.nz.




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