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Media Diary Trevor Mallard

Monday 24 July 2000 Media Advisory
Trevor Mallard
Media Diary: 24 – 29 July 2000

Monday 24 July - Wellington

1.00pm Launch Unesco Training Seminars
Wellington Convention Centre

7.15pm Parliamentary Rugby Team plays Stokes Valley
Delaney Park, George Street, Stokes Valley

Thursday 25 July – Auckland/Wellington

7.00am Launch the Get Going with Breakfast Campaign
Aorere College
Portage Rd, Papatoetoe

10.00am Launch the Be Fire Wise Resource Package
Eastern Hutt School
83 Kings Cres, Lower Hutt

11.30pm Primary Production Select Committee
Minister to answer questions relating to Vote: Land with Hon Paul Swain

4.30pm Government Administration Select Committee
Minister to answer questions relating to Vote:State Services and Vote:Sport, Fitness and Leisure.

Friday 26 July – Wellington

12 Noon Open Belmont School's new administration block and IRC
off Western Hutt Rd, Belmont

Contact: Moerangi Vercoe (Press Secretary) – 04 471 9080 or 025 270 9194



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