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Anderton Regional visit to Auckland - Advisory

17 August 2000 Media Advisory

Regional visit to Auckland

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic development Jim Anderton is visiting South Auckland as part of his programme of regional visits to look at econom ic development issues.

He bgins with a function tonight [Thursday] at Enterprising Manukau. On Friday Morning he will deliver a speech to a business audience in central Auckland, before continuing the South Auckland visit.

Thursday, 17 August
6:00PM Enterprising Manukau, Manukau Sports Bowl, Te Irirangi Drive, Manukau City Centre.

Friday, 18 August
7:30AM Business Breakfast, Auckland Chamber of Commerce, Carlton Hotel, Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central.

10:00AM Signing of contact between Manukau City Council and Enterprising Manukau, 22 Amersham Way, Manukau City

10:45AM Visit Astron Plastics, 43 Cryers rd, East Tamaki

11:30AM Visit JAGAS Concrete, 69 Kerwyn Ave, East Tamaki

12:15PM Luncheon hosted by Enterprising Manukau, MIT Marae, Manukau Institute of technology, North Campus Marae, Nga Kete Wananga Gate 12, Otara Rd. Totara.

2:30PM Visit PSM Healthcare, 14-16 Norman Spencer Drive, Wiri.


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