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An Open Invitation: Pacific Programmes Of Action

An Open Invitation: Pacific Programmes Of Action – Regional Launches

Last week Pacific Island Affairs Minister anounced that Pacific representatives from eight regions throughout New Zealand have completed plans of action on how they will strengthen their communities and work in partnership with Government.

More than 5000 Pacific people's representatives from around the country have been involved in identifying their plans of action for the future and developing partnerships with local and central Government.

The Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs will be holding a series of eight community meetings for Pacific communities to launch programmes of action for each region.

Local media representatives are welcome to attend these launches.

Region Date Venue Time
Waitakere City Monday 2 April, 2001 Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa, 1-7 Lincoln Road, Waitakere City 11am-3pm
North Shore Monday 2 April, 2001 Netball North Harbour Inc, 44 Northcote Road, Northcote, North Shore 6pm – 9pm
Auckland Central Tuesday 2 April, 2001 Freemans Bay Community Centre, 52 Hepburn Street, Freemans Bay 6pm-9pm
Hamilton Wednesday 4 April, 2001 Glenview International Hotel & Conference Centre, Ohaupo Road, Hamilton 11am-3pm
Porirua Monday 9 April, 2001 To be advised
Hutt Valley Monday 9 April, 2001 To be advised
Christchurch Tuesday 18 April, 2001 To be advised


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