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Hon. Pete Hodgson - Diary

Hon. Pete Hodgson
Monday, 17 July 2000 Media Advisory

Diary to 23 July 2000


Tuesday, 18 July
6:05pm Depart Wellington for Gisborne, for East Coast electorate visit hosted by Janet Mackey MP.

Wednesday, 19 July
9:00 am: Visit Linnaeus and Riversun Nursery Ltd, Cnr Banks St and Awapuni Rd, Gisborne.

11:15 am: Gisborne Milk Co-Op Ltd, 114 Peel St, Gisborne.

12:15 pm: Lunch meeting with Tourism Eastland to discuss regional development, The Works, Cnr The Esplanade & Crawford Rd, Harbour Basin, Gisborne.

2:00 pm: Visit Cedenco Foods Ltd, Waimata Valley Rd.

3:00 pm: Meeting with TPK officials re regional development for Maori, Mahia Electorate Office, 52 Gladstone Rd, Gisborne.

3:45 pm: Visit Ngati Porou Forests Ltd, 195 Wainui Rd, Gisborne.

5:10 pm: Return to Wellington.

Thursday, 20 July
3:00 pm: APEC Youth Science Festival students to visit before attending Festival in Singapore. Venue: Minister's office, 19th floor Bowen House.

Friday, 21 July
1:00 pm: Speech to Recreational Fishers Conference, Rutherford Hotel, Nelson. Speech notes will be distributed.

ENDS

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