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Trevor Mallard Media Diary

Trevor Mallard Media Diary

Monday 15 May – Wellington
7.30pm

Address the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Graduation Ceremony
Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington

Speech notes will be available

Tuesday 16 May – Wellington

9.15am – 10.30am

First meeting of the School Staffing Review team
Beehive 7.2

Note: Media are invited to attend the final 15 minutes of the meeting at 10.15am to meet the review team.

1.15pm – 1.45pm

Open National Annual Conference of Correspondence School National Parents Association
Royal Society Building, Turnbull Street

Speech notes will be available

Wednesday 17 May – Wellington

12.30pm

Press Conference on Budget announcement regarding sports funding
Beehive 7.2

5.20-5.50pm

Attend unveiling of new puppets
Backbencher Pub – Molesworth Street

6.15pm

Wheelchair rugby game for Parliamentary team against the Wellington Wheelchair Rugby Team
Wellington Girls College Gymnasium

Thursday 18 May – New Plymouth/Wellington

10.00am – 11.00am

Address the Rural Teaching Principals' Conference
New Plymouth International Hotel, New Plymouth

5.15pm – 5.55pm

Address the NZ Olympic Committee General Assembly
Copthorne Plimmer Towers, Wellington

Friday 19 May – Wellington

7.15am – 8.20am

Speech to the Taita College Business Breakfast on business school links
Taita College School Hall,, Eastern Hutt Road, Lower Hutt.

Speech notes will be available

6.00pm

Address the Careers and Transition Educators National Executive Meeting
Venue TBC

Saturday 20 May – Wellington

12.15pm

Take part in Telecom Netday activities

7.00pm

Muritai School Celebratory Debate
Muritai School Hall, Muritai Rd, Eastbourne

The moot is: "New Zealanders are getting thicker." Trevor Mallard to lead the negative team


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