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Matt Robson - Media Diary

Matt Robson
Diary: 3 June 2000 - 10 June 2000

Tues 4 June
2.55pm Xanana Gusmao arrives, Wellington
international airport

5.15pm Xanana to receive investiture at
Government House

Wed 5 June
9.20am Matt to attend seminar on East Timor
With Xanana, VUW Law Faculty, Lecture

11.00am Extention of Home Detention into regions
to be announced

Thurs 6 June
4pm Press conference with Xanana, Phil Goff and
Matt Robson, 6.4 Beehive

5.40pm Reception for Xanana, Beehive Banquet Hall

Fri 7 June
1pm Matt to give key-note speech at Restorative
Justice AGM, ChCh

Sat 8 June Xanana & Matt Robson to visit Rotorua
Details to follow

Mon 10 June
12.10pm Matt to host farewell lunch for Xanana, Ak
International Airport, Media Centre (ground

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