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Heads Up LIVE CHAT with Paul Swain

Heads Up LIVE CHAT with Paul Swain

This is a special edition of the Beehive Business E-newsletter, to let you know about the first online chat by a Minister, Wednesday 16 July at 6pm.

Minister for ICT, Transport and Corrections, Paul Swain will be the first Minister to take part in an online chat session on the new Labour youth website – http://www.headsup.co.nz.

He is hoping to generate interest from young people in his portfolio areas of ICT, Transport and Corrections, as part of the Government's approach to encouraging the use of technology and encouraging participation. There is no need to download anything to take part, and it is entirely free.

The chat sessions will be run on a monthly basis - on Wednesday's. Other Ministers who will be taking part later this year include, Trevor Mallard, John Tamihere, Pete Hodgson, and Steve Maharey. Feel free to come along between 6 and 7pm, Wednesday 16 July to take part in the chat session.

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