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Monday 26 May

4.45pm Launch of Primary Product Week
Beehive Foyer

Tuesday 23 May

6.30pm Presentation of Certificates to Lower Hutt Victim Support Graduates
Lower Hutt Police Station
King Street, Lower Hutt

Wednesday 24 May

7.00pm Wellington Sportsperson of the Year
Plaza International Hotel

Thursday 25 May – Auckland/Wellington

9.30am Address North Shore Principals' Association
Fairway Lodge (behind events centre), North Shore

1.00pm Address Pacific Island early childhood education conference
Lakeside Convention Centre, Airport Oaks, Mangere

2.30pm Visit Yendera School, Bairds Rd, Otara
re: SEMO project and further education initiatives in Mangere and Otara

8.15pm: Parliamentary Rugby Team plays Lower Hutt Police
North St ground, Petone

Friday 26 May

6.30pm Address Nelson/Tasman Sportsperson of the Year
Rutherford Hotel, Nelson

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