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Media Diaries For Trevor Mallard – Paul Swain – Mark Gosche – Pete Hodgson – Parekura Horomia – Jim Sutton


Trevor Mallard Media Diary 14-19 August 2000

Monday 14 August - Wellington

First meeting of the Early Childhood Education Equity Funding Working Group

Tuesday 15 August - Wellington

Speech to the New Zealand Golf Administrators Conference
Speech notes will be available

Friday 18 August – Wellington/Auckland

Launch of the Watties Baked Beans Most Valuable Coach Award

Speech to Rudd Watt and Stone Business Client Function
Speech notes will be available

Saturday 19 August – Ruatoria

1.00pm Parliamentary Rugby Team plays Ruatoria
Whakarua Park, Ruatoria


Paul Swain diary for 14 August – 18 August 2000


Tuesday 15 August
Speak to Victoria University Masters Degree in Communication's students

Wednesday 16 August
Speech to Institute of Directors

Andersen Consulting Executive Forum Luncheon,

Thursday 17 August
Speech to launch the Bachelor of Electronic Commerce degree

Friday 18 August

Hutt City Council Business Breakfast
Upper Hutt City Council

Presenting certificates: Milliennium Trees N Youth


Mark Gosche Weekly Diary 14 August – 20 August 2000

Monday, 14 August 2000

Visit South Wairarapa District Council


Friday, 18 August 2000

Visit St Mary's Family Centre, meet the Pacific Island Family Support Team, visit Granger Grove Residential area and visit Te Whare Ruruhau O Meri

Visit Stoddart House - a family-type environment home for young boys with social and behavioural problems

Radio 531PI Weekly Talkback Session


Meet and address Waitakare City Council Pacific Network and Pacific Community
"Closing the Gaps for Pacific Peoples"


Pete Hodgson Media diary to 20 August 2000

Wednesday, 16 August
Launch book, Magnitude 8: NZ's Biggest Earthquake (Victoria University Press),

Thursday, 17 August
Visit new Ministry of Fisheries office

Meet Tauranga Mayor Noel Pope to discuss economic development

Visit Design Mobel Ltd (furniture manufacturer) to discuss timber supply issues.

Attend Bay of Plenty Export Institute AGM. Speak to Bay of Plenty Export Institute AGM, Q & A to follow. Speech notes will be distributed.

Friday, 18 August

Attend Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust function,


Parekura Horomia Weekly Diary 14 August – 20 August 2000

Monday, 14 August 2000

Attend Indian Independence Day

Saturday, 19 August 2000

Parliamentary Rugby Match Ruatoria


Jim Sutton's week, ending Sunday August 20, 2000

Monday August 7 - - Speak to MAF Outlook Seminar,


Tuesday August 8 - Seadown School visits Parliament


Thursday August 10 - - to Brisbane for Australia and New
Zealand Agriculture
Ministers
meeting


Sunday August 20 - back from Brisbane


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