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Painted Apple Moth Media Briefing


Painted Apple Moth Media Briefing - 3.00pm, Tuesday 10 September 2002. MAF Biosecurity would like to invite you to a presentation on the future eradication programme of the painted apple moth.

The one-hour briefing (presentation plus question and answers) follows the Government's decision to expand and continue the eradication of the Australian pest in Auckland.

Presenters will be Ian Gear, Director Painted Apple Moth Project, Robert Isbister, General Manager Painted Apple Moth Project, Hans Verberne, General Manager Biosecurity Services and M.C. Brett Sangster, MAF Corporate Communications Director.

The presenters will be available for interviews after the briefing.

What: Painted Apple Moth Media Briefing

Where: AgriQuality, 131 Boundary Road, Blockhouse Bay

When: Tuesday 10 September 3.00pm, 2002

Note: Cameras and recording equipment may be used. If you have any queries, please contact Mary-Ann Crawford on 021 648 117 or Sherryl Arneil on 027 486 3534

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