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Judith Tizard's Media Diary May 22-28

Hon Judith Tizard
Minister of State
Associate Minister for Arts, Culture & Heritage
Associate Minister for Transport
Minister Assisting the Prime Minister with Auckland Issues
MP for Auckland Central

Parliament Buildings
Wellington
Phone: +64 4 470 6569
Fax: +64 4 495 8470


22 May 2000

JUDITH TIZARD'S MEDIA DIARY MAY 22-28

Monday, May 22

1pm: Interview with Radio BFM in Auckland on her role and Auckland issues

Friday May 26

9am: Tour of Ports of Auckland operations with Transport Minister Mark Gosche

Saturday, May 27

10.30am: Opening the St Heliers Bay Arts Festival, ASB Stadium, Kohimarama

2pm: Opening the new YWCA Hostel , (formerly police hostel)67 Vincent St, Auckland

4.15pm Participating in prize-giving at Model United Nations Association (MUNA) Conference – 80 schools involved. Venue: Auckland Girls Grammar School,
2 Howe St, off Karangahape Rd

6pm: Addressing the Auckland Volunteer Fire Police Unit's Gold Star Honours Function, Barrycourt Motor Inn, Gladstone Rd, Parnell.

Contact: Margot Staunton (press sec) 04 471 9792, 025 270 9172 or margot.staunton@parliament.govt.nz


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