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Trevor Mallard - Media Diary to 2 July 2000

26 June 2000 Media Advisory

Media Diary –> 2 July 2000


Monday 26 June - Wellington

10.00am Preview of Te Kete Ipurangi - Online Learning Centre and announcement of Budget issues relating to ICT in schools.
E-Vision, Corner of Blair and Wakefield Streets, Wellington.


Tuesday 27 June – Tauranga

3.30pm Opening of Otumoetai College Library, Computer Suite and Wharenui. Windsor Rd, Tauranga.


Wednesday 28 June – Wellington/Christchurch

7.30am Speech to SAP New Zealand Ltd Breakfast Ltd
"Dawn of E-Government – citizens as customers"
Speechnotes will be available

1.00pm Media briefing to announce details of review into sport
Beehive 7.2

6.00pm Speech to the Lincoln University Regional Educators Degree Students Function.
The George Hotel, Park Terrace, Christchurch.
Speechnotes will be available

7.30pm Speech to Pacific education fono. The Minister of Pacific Island Affairs and the Minister of Education will announce Government initiatives in Pacific education.
Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs
96/Unit 6 Armagh Street, Christchurch

Thursday 29 June – Christchurch/Palmerston North

11.30am Speech at the Export Commendation Award Ceremony for Canterbury Voice Release.
Canterbury Clay Target Club, McLeans Island Rd, Christchurch

2.30pm Keynote Address to the NZ Principals Federation
Christchurch Town Hall
Speechnotes will be available

7.30pm Attend the Netball test at Manawatu Stadium
Silver Ferns vs Pacifica Team

Friday 30 June 2000 - Wellington

12.30pm Launch Hutt Valley Learning Centre
Old Hutt Hospital site

5.30pm Host Parliamentary reception for netball teams
Media wishing to attend this event should contact Bob Franklin at the Ceremonies Office on 04 470 2910


Saturday 1 July 2000 – Wellington/Auckland

9.30am Speech to NZ Parent Teacher Association Conference
Brentwood Hotel, Wellington

7.00pm Attend the Rugby Test at Eden Park
All Blacks vs Scotland


Sunday 2 July 2000 - Ngaruawahia

11.00am Speech to the NZEI Hui a Tau
Turangawaewae Marae, Ngaruawahia


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