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Media Advisory Mark Gosche Diary

12 June 2000 Media Advisory

Diary for 12-18 June 2000

Monday 12 June

Public Transport Pre-Budget Announcement
Announces plans to remove the $46.2 million cap on passenger transport service grant that could see public transport companies offered an extra $51 million over three years in a push to get commuters out of their cars.
 Press release


Wednesday, 14 June 2000.

Speak at the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) Annual Conference
Time: 7pm - 8:30 pm
Venue: Millennium Hotel, 14 Cathedral Square, Christchurch
 Speech

Thursday, 15 June 2000

Speak to Pacific Health Sector
Time: 10am-11am
Venue: Ministry of Health, 133 Molesworth St, Wellington
 Speech


Social Sector Budget Lock-Up
Time: 12.30-1.30pm
Venue: National Library Auditorium, Aitken St, Wellington
 Speech


Attend Transfund Launch of National Roading Programme
Time: 5.30-6.30pm
Venue:
 Speech


Friday, 16 June 2000

Live Interview on Radio 531PI Budget Special
Time: 8.30-9.30am
Venue: 531 PI, Rasgate Avenue, Ellerslie, Auckland


Visit and open Auckland College of Education Pacific Diploma of Education
Time: 11.30am-1.30pm
Venue: Auckland College of Education, 74 Epsom Avenue, Epsom, Auckland
 Speech


Friday, 16 June 2000
Powhiri Welcome and Visit to Stanhope Road Primary School
Time: 2pm-4.30pm
Venue: Stanhope Road Primary School, Harris Road, Mt Wellington, Auckland.


Saturday, 17 June 2000

Address Institute of Advanced Motorists AGM
Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Venue: Gateway Hotel, Mangere, Auckland
 Speech


Visit with Auckland Niuean Community
Time: 2.15-3.15pm
Venue: To be confirmed

Sunday 18 June

Live interview on Tagata Pasifika Budget Special
Time: 9am-10am
Venue: TVNZ studios, Auckland

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

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