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Media Diary for Mark Gosche


Office of Hon Mark Gosche
Minister of Transport
Minister of Housing
Minister of Pacific Island Affairs
Member of Parliament for Maungakiekie

Media Diary for Mark Gosche
Week Ending 28 May 2000


Monday 22 May 2000
The government will table the Housing Restructuring (Income-related Rents) Amendment Bill after Cabinet today. Mark Gosche will answer any questions at the Prime Minister's press conference this afternoon and information will be made available to the media.


Wednesday 24 May 2000
10:00 – 10:50 am
Open a Ministry of Education Conference for Pacific Early Childhood Education providers from greater Auckland region and Rotorua, Hamilton, Tokoroa.
Venue: Lakeside Convention Centre, Montgomerie Road, Manukau, Auckland

Thursday, 25 May 2000

8:30 am - 9:30 am
Visit the Central Youth & Family Net to view project which provides a service as a Non Government Agency to the community - Venue: Martin Hautus Pacific Peoples Learning Institute, 76-78 Onehunga Mall


10:00 am - 10:30 am
Opening address at the International Transport Workers Federation
Meeting Venue: Novatel Hotel, Auckland.


3:00 pm approximately
First reading of the Housing Restructuring (Income Related Rentse) Amendment Bill.


Friday, 26 May 2000

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Te Papapa Primary School. Talk with principal, staff and visit literacy programme.Venue: 219 Mt Smart Rd, Te Papapa, Auckland.

2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Tour of some Auckland Hostels for people with mental Health Issues. Programme to be confirmed.

Saturday, 27 May 2000

11:00 am - 1:00 pm - Launch of Pacific Health Service - Hutt Valley. Venue: 249 Rata Street, Naenae, Wellington.


For more information please call Christine Robertson on 04-471-9063 or 025-270-9004

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