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Today At The RCGM

Formal Hearings Day 3 of Week 5 29 November 2000 9:30am - 5:00pm Joint submission from NZ Vegetable & Pototo Growers' Federation, NZ Fruit Growers' Federation and NZ Berryfruit Growers' Federation. Dr Steven Hughes of the University of Exeter will appear as an expert witness. The submission can be found at http://www.gmcommission.govt.nz/publications/PDF_submission.html under NZ Vegetable & Potoato Growers' Federation. Dr Hughes' witness brief is located on the same page under NZ Life Sciences Network.

Written submissions These close at 5pm this Friday, 1 December 2000. Submissions can be mailed to PO Box 3554, Wellington, faxed to 04 495 9153 or emailed to: submissions@gmcommission.govt.nz

Maori consultation programme Workshops will be held in Invercargill, Dunedin and Upper Hutt next week. Details are available by going to http://www.gmcommission.govt.nz/media/public_meetings_schedule.html

Please note there has been a change to the date and venue of the Dunedin Regional Hui. This will now be held on Tuesday, 6 March 2001, from 9:15am to 5:00pm at Otakou Marae, Tamatea Rd, Otakou.


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