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Trevor Mallard - Media Diary To 4 August

31 July 2000 Media Advisory

Media Diary 31 July – 4 August 2000

Monday 31 July 2000 - Wellington

2.30pm Open Owhiro Bay School Administration Block and Sport Facilities
Happy Valley Rd


Tuesday 1 August 2000 - Wellington

12.30pm Receive Bledisloe Cup from Australian High Commissioner
Parliament's Front Steps
The cup will be on display to the public in Parliament until Saturday

3.00pm Press Conference to release Special Education Review report
Beehive 7.2
With Associate Minister of Education Lianne Dalziel


Thursday 3 August 2000 – Wellington/Marton

12.30pm Visit Capital E Education Services
Civic Square, Wellington
Minister will be interviewed by Hutt Intermediate School children

5.30pm Meeting at James Cook School, Marton to discuss school closure proposal
This meeting is not open to the Media

6.30pm SPEECH: Kiwi Can Celebratory Dinner
Marton Memorial Town Hall
Wellington Rd, Marton

Friday 4 August 2000 – Taumarunui/Hamilton/Bombay

7.00am Meeting at Taumarunui High School to discuss Educational Development Initiative
This meeting is not open to the media however, there will be an opportunity for photographs

10.40am Visit Melville High School
6 Collins Rd, Hamilton
Following this visit, there will be an opportunity for the Minister to talk to media at approximately 11.20am.

12 noon Visit Fairfield College
Bankwood Rd, Hamilton

1.15pm Hamilton city-wide principals forum
Fairfield College

3.40pm NZEI meeting
Te Rapa Race Course, Level 3

5.00pm PPTA meeting
Cnr Bryant and Te Rapa Rds

7.15pm Meeting at St Stephen's School to discuss ERO report into the school's future
This meeting is not open to the media


ENDS

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