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Media Diary for Mark Gosche

Friday 5 May

Transport and Road Safety in Auckland - 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

 8-9am - travel by Eagle Helicopter from Mechanics Bay and observe air peak traffic flow management
 9-9:30am - travel to Eastern Area HQ
 9:30-9:50am - briefing regarding Specialist Crash Investigations
 9:50-10:15am - Youth Education Services - Road Safety Programme
 10:15-10:45am - Motorway Policing
 10:45-12:00pm - accompany traffic patrol in Auckland City on pro-active patrol including a visit to ACC sponsored CBT unit and traffic camera operation


Manukau Institute of Technology – 1-2pm
Speech: ''Achieving Pacific Aspirations - Government response to social and economic disparities". Venue: Nga Kete Wananga Marae, North Campus entrance, Otara Road, East Tamaki.


Sixth Auckland University Samoan Students Graduation Ball - 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Guest Speaker at the 6th Auckland University Samoan Student's Graduation Ball, Hyatt Regency Hotel Princes Ballroom, cnr Waterloo Quad & Princes St, Auckland

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