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Jim Anderton Regional Visit To Dunedin

Regional Visit 33

David Benson-Pope MP for Dunedin South will attend this visit.
John Wright, Undersecretary for Economic Development, will attend on Friday

Thursday 3 May (Dunedin)
11.15 am Visit Natural History New Zealand Ltd.
Tour of facilities with CEO Michael Stedman
Second largest natural history documentary makers in the world.

2pm Visit Centre for Innovation at Otago University.
Corner Union and Castle Streets

7 pm Public meeting
Security and Opportunity
Royal NZ Foundation for the Blind Hall
Corner Law Street and Hillside Road, South Dunedin

Friday 4 May
7.30 am SPEECH to Chamber of Commerce Breakfast
Otago Museum
419 Great King Street

11:30 am Meeting with Otago Mayors' Joint Committee

1.30 pm Meeting with Shipbuilders Cluster
Fessum Engineering
Birch Street


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