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6 June 2000 Media Advisory

Media diary 6 – 10 June 2000


Tuesday 6 June - Wellington

Apprx 3.20pm Torchbearer – Olympic Torch Relay
Lambton Quay to Parliament


Wednesday 7 June – Wellington/Auckland

8.45am Speech to the Public Sector Leaders Summit
Te Papa, Wellington
Not open to the media but speech notes will be available

5.30pm Speech to open the new premises for ABN AMRO
Level 32 Royal and Sun Alliance Centre
Shortland Street, Auckland
Speech notes will be available

7.20pm Attend Sydney Olympic Torch Relay handover
Auckland Domain

Thursday 8 June – Helensville/Auckland

10.30am Open new buildings at Kaipara College
Rautawhiri Rd, Helensville

4.00pm Speech to Waitakere Principals' Association
2nd floor, Don Oliver Building
Cnr Rankin and Clark Streets, New Lynn
Speech notes will be available

5.30pm Speech to Sport Waitakere Regional Forum
Netball Waitakere, Te Pai Park (off Lincoln Rd)
Speech notes will be available

7.30pm Speech to early childhood education meeting
Kohia Teachers Centre, Epsom
Speech notes will be available

Friday 9 June – Wellington/New Plymouth

12.45pm Visit to Miramar Creche
27 Chelsea Street, Miramar
The creche has received funding from the recently announced increased discretionary grants scheme pool for a new building.

3.00pm Speech to the New Zealand Kindergarten Association conference
Plymouth Hotel, New Plymouth

Saturday 10 June – Wellington

7.00pm Speech to the Karate New Zealand Awards Dinner
James Cook Centra Hotel, Wellington


Contact: Moerangi Vercoe (Press Secretary) 04 471 9080 or 025 27- 9194

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