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Phillida Bunkle Media Diary


Office of Hon Phillida Bunkle
Minister of Customs
Minister of Consumer Affairs
Associate Minister for Economic Development
Associate Minister for the Environment
Associate Minister of Women’s Affairs


Media Diary
Week ending 25 June 2000


Friday, 23 June

Award Certificate to Customs dog handler Geoff Rollinson and Willy, who won top drug dog honours at National Dog Trials last week.
Venue: International Mail Centre
Laurence Stevens Drive
Auckland Airport
Time: 8.30am


Inspect cargo of clothing seized by Customs, to be donated to East Timor people.
Venue: Hobsonville base
Time: 10.15am

Note: Media wanting to attend the clothing inspection will need clearance to get on to base. Please contact Juli Clausen, Minister's press secretary to register interest.

Friday, 23 June

TrustPower National Certificate presentations
Presentation of certificates to call centre operators. TrustPower is the first electricity supply company to have graduates in this national certificate.
Venue: TrustPower Head Office
Truman Lane
Maunga
Mt Maunganui
Tauranga
Time: 2.30pm

Note: Minister will visit the call centre, and present TrustPower graduates with certificates.

Saturday, 24 June

Opening address to Association of Women in Construction workshop

Venue: Massey University, WELLINGTON campus
Time: 9.45am

Contact: Juli Clausen, Press Secretary 04 471 9761 or 025 89 66 29

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